Ceremonial Speech Bill Murray

  • Speech

    Journal #1 My speech wasn’t as bad as I thought it was going to be, but it could have been better if I put more time into getting more information from my partner. The body paragraphs needed to give more information and go into more detail. Although it wasn’t that bad of a speech giving the thought that we met up for about thirty minutes. Back in high school when someone was giving a speech, we, the audience always tried to make them laugh, or simply just didn’t pay attention to the speaker and

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  • Bill

    Bill Davis Davis 1 Professor ENG 111 15 September 2010 Not Your Typical Fast Food Restaurant When you first look think of McDonald’s, you probably think of just a place to pick up a quick, cheep meal. In some cases, this is true. McDonalds is one of the most widely known and popular fast food restaurants around the world. It may not be a place for a romantic date, but there

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  • Speech

    restoring parks for my community. I had the great opportunity to be a part of a life changing experience called HOBY (Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership) which built and shaped me to be the great leader I am today, I don’t think I would be up here giving this speech if I hadn’t gone to HOBY. I have been a part of SGA since 8th grade and fell in love with it ever since. I got an award for doing more than the president that year. Now I would like to share with you why I want to take on the position of CCASC president

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  • Bill Clinton

    After serving ten years as the Governor of Arkansas, Bill Clinton became eager to pursue his high school dream of becoming President of the United States. During his governing years, Clinton came up new strategies, ideas, and campaign methods to be used for a much larger opportunity. In 1991, he announced he would be running for the 1992 Democratic presidential nomination. Clinton believed that America’s future was in jeopardy and he had the solutions and answers to get it back on track. He began

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  • Bill of Rights

    Obama - Level : State The reason why rights are not absolute because The Right to Free Speech does not allow you to yell "Fire" in a movie theater. When they start conflicting with the rights of others, they aren't absolute. As another example, the right to religion does not allow you to marry 13 year old girls even if it is your religion. There are limits on all of the rights enshrined in the Bill Of Rights, but when they are limited, they are subject to strict scrutiny by the courts.Additionally

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  • Bill of Rights

    Bill of Rights Ronald Lee Similarity Index 0% Similarity by Source Internet Sources: 0% Publications: 0% In this paper of the Bill of Rights and several amendments will be discuss, which is the First, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Fourteenth. Also will discuss how the Bill of Rights evaluates different areas in security and the administration of justice. Such as challenges of law enforcement, roles of the courts, roles of the security, and recommendation. The main purpose

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  • Ceremonial Speech: Bill Murray

    Ceremonial Speech Best Person to Make People Laugh Award Bill Murray To Begin I would like to say one of my favorite quotes of Bill Murray from probably one of his most well known movies. Dr. Peter Venkman (Ghostbusters): "Back off man. I'm a scientist." That is what Bill Murray really is. He is a scientist in real life on how to make people laugh. It has been said that Bill Murray is a hard person to work with on set because he is always changing the script to what he believes is funnier

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  • Bortk Bill

    The Bork Bill The Bork bill is named after Robert Bork, an American scholar that was an advocated forThe Judical pholisphoy of originalism. Originalism is a principle of interpretation that tries to Discover the original meaning or intent of the constitution. This falls under the umbrella of two Theories. Those two theories are the Intent theory which is the interpretation of a written Constitution that Is consistent with what was meant by those who drafted and ratified it. The Other

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  • Bill of Rights

    Bill of Rights After reading the Bill of Rights and researching them, I must add that I have a better understanding of each of them and I believe that they are all important in their own ways. The Amendment that is most important to me would have to be the first Amendment. I believe that it is the foundation of all our rights as Americans. The first Amendment established the four great liberties; freedom of the press, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of assembly. All of these

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  • Bill

    ECPSC- 2013 CURRENT AFFAIRS HANDOUT NO 13 LOKPAL BILL 1. Background. (a) The Administrative Reforms Commission (ARC) while recommending the constitution of Lokpal was convinced that such an institution was justified not only for removing the sense of injustice from the minds of adversely affected citizens but also necessary to instill public confidence in the efficiency of the administrative machinery. Following this, the Lokpal Bill was for the first time presented during the fourth Lok Sabha

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  • Bill of Rights

    Article III Of The 1987 Constitution Of The Republic Of The Philippines BILL OF RIGHTS Section 1. No person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law, nor shall any person be denied the equal protection of the laws. Section 2. The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures of whatever nature and for any purpose shall be inviolable, and no search warrant or warrant of arrest shall issue

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  • Ceremonial Performance in Hopi Culture

    were numerous ceremonies that took place, bringing the Kachinas to their tribes. The second half of the year was devoted to the various ceremonies which were part of their religion, and performed in an attempt to bring rain. There is evidence of ceremonial calendars that marked the dates for each of the sacred ceremonies. These ceremonies can be considered performances, as they combined music, dance and song in one art form. The Kachina dances played a huge role in Hopi culture; every man took an

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  • Homeless of Liz Murray and Murray Barr

    Homeless of Liz Murray and Murray Barr Elizabeth Murray has been homeless since she was born by her parent were cocaine addicts who spent most of the family’s money on feeding their habits. By her age 15, she was homeless and her mother had died of AIDS, and her father was on the streets. She told her mother that she made her vows to herself that her life would be different life, and made her decision that the best way to avoid that to go back to school, but she accepted at Humanities Preparatory

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  • Bill Clinton Speech

    Criticizing Bill Clinton Speech Essay “If a President of the United States ever lied to the American people he should resign” William J. Clinton,1974 Introduction: Critics should pay a very special attention to the Bill Clinton apology speech. The speech of the ex-president Bill Clinton was a bright example of how perfect rhetoric techniques might fail to deliver the message of a president to a mass audience if it goes about his morality. In his speech, Clinton, actually confesses he had a

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  • Acceptance Speech

    Ceremonial Speech Assignment I would like to start off by saying that my name is Jordan Brown and I would like to thank everyone in attendance today. It is an honor for the MLB to select me for the winning of the Cy Young Pitching Award which goes to the pitcher with the best stats at the end of the regular season. I have always dreamed of playing Major League Baseball, and on top of that, winning the Cy Young Award. If I was ever good enough to hit I would have strived to win the Triple Crown

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  • Bill

    successful leaders combine the leadership in different domains such as technologies and business. In this respect, it is possible to name Bill Gates as one of the most successful leaders of the present epoch. In fact, Bill Gates managed to successfully combine his talent as a successful IT specialist with the qualities of a successful business leader. Nowadays, Bill Gates is considered to be one of the most successful people in the world. At the same time, if his success may be measured in financial

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  • The Bill of Rights

    The Bill of Rights Rebecca D. Joy Pima Community College Business 220 Professor Browning March 11, 2014 The Bill of Rights The Bill of Rights creation began over two hundred years ago in 1789 and were ratified and put into effect December 15, 1791. “The Bill of Rights may be old but they are still America’s most debated and discussed section of the United States Constitution”, (Stutzman). The Bill of Rights were created to put limits on government’s power over the people and extend the

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  • Bill of Rights

    Which of the Bill of Rights is most important to you and why? The Bill of Rights was written for the American people for two reasons. The first was to pacify Anti-Federalist’s fears of an overwhelmingly powerful central government provided by the Constitution. The second reason was to protect the freedoms secured by the Americans after their war for independence. Without a Bill of Rights, the people feared that the government would have the power to oppress and to control everything. In my opinion

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  • Speech

    6 days a week. Naisip ko noong nag-aaral pa ako, gusto ko na magtrabaho. Ngayong eto na ang santambak na trabaho,parang gusto ko na bumalik sa pag-aaral. I missed the high school life, simple yet fun. No demanding boss, no stressful customers, no bills to pay. The only complex problem to solve is the problem -solving in Math class of _____(name of teacher)-_____. Then I realized that its been 25 years since we graduated from high school. 25 years, silver anniversary, an exact time to have a reunion

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  • Paul Murray

    Paul Murray* Paul Murray would soon graduate from business school with his MBA. He had accepted a fine job offer. Paul’s wife, Nancy, was an attorney with a local firm specializing in corporate law. Paul and Nancy were expecting their first child a few months after Paul’s graduation. With the experience of paying for their own graduate educations fresh in their minds, Paul and Nancy recognized that they would have to plan early to accumulate enough money to send their child through four years

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  • Speech

    Homework: persuasive Speech Self-Assessment May 3, 2014 The topic nursing was appropriate for my audience. Even though the majority of my audience. My specific purpose in the speech was to persuade my audience about the benefits of nursing and the choices in career path that they can choose. I feel that it was achieved successfully in the amount of time I had. Additionally, my thesis statement was also clearly which I am sure we can all relate to that you will never forget the way someone makes

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  • Bill

    Vehicle Bill of Sale For the Exact Sales Amount indicated below, I the Seller, do hereby sell and transfer ownership of the Vehicle described below to the Buyer, acknowledge full receipt of payment, certify that I have the authority to sell it, warrant the Vehicle to be free of any liens or encumbrances, and certify that all information given is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. Vehicle Information |VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (VIN#) |ENGINE NUMBER

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  • Ceremonial Speech

    Chris had lived an amazing life even though it was rather short. Chris was a great friend; he was the kind of friend that stands by you when you need somebody to be there. He will always be remembered as the goofball that brought smiles and laughter to our lives. That’s how Chris made his living and built up his legacy as the laid back loveable guy that can never be replaced in the comedy world and in our hearts. Christopher Crosby Farley was born February 15, 1964 to Tom Sr. and Mary Anne Farley

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  • Bill of Rights

    Bill of Rights A brief history on how the Bill of Rights came forth. Back in the late 1700’s, several states were called for a constitution to protect individual’s rights from the government. Through these calls, James Madison came forth and put together the Amendments, which was later signed in 1791(1). What started off as 17 Amendments was trimmed down to 10 main one’s which is where we stand now with the Bill of Rights. There are several key Amendments that tie into criminal law. Those amendments

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  • The Bill of Rights

    Abstract An examination of the Bill of Rights and how it extends the protection of the civil liberties to the population, with emphasis on the First, Fourth, and Sixth Amendments, and a description of a public policy implemented to protect the constitutional rights of suspects, when interrogated by the police. The Bill of Rights and Civil Liberties The Bill of Rights is the first initial inclusion of laws to the Constitution, collected as the first ten amendments out of a total of 27 other

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  • Bill Gates Speech

    STAY HUNGRY. STAY FOOLISH. (This is an excerpt from Steve Jobs Commencement Address at Stanford University, delivered on the twelfth of June, 2005. He was the CEO of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios. I chose to share to you the part where he talked about death.) Remembering that I'll be dead soon is the most important tool I've ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything — all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or

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    Erinn Elledge COMS203-1501A-08 Laticia Dezell 01/23/2015 Speech # 1 I Have a Dream August 28, 1963 Martin Luther King Jr. The speaker gained the attention of the audience of all the people who joined in the demonstration for freedom for the Negro’s. The topic of his speech is for freedom for the Negro, the Emancipation Proclamation. He is trying to stop discrimination for those of color. The facts and explanations that support his arguments are

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  • Rhetorical Analysis of Charles Murray

    has caused the question to become even more relevant. Charles Murray, an author from the American Enterprise Institute, wrote the essay entitled “Are Too Many People Going to College?” Murray’s essay sought ought to explain that universities are being filled with students who are either not prepared for higher education or who are compelled into attending college and are unable to succeed because the lack of inherent abilities. While Murray makes many pertinent points about America’s infatuation with

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  • Speech

    First, let me begin by saying it is an honor and privilege for me to be here today and be your new leader. My name is Justin Murray and I am from Paintsville, Kentucky. I recently graduated from Morehead State University with a bachelor’s degree in business. I am married and have a beautiful daughter. Outside of work and family time, I enjoy hunting, fishing, and traveling. When I was approached to take this position, I had four primary interests: this industry, working for a company with a compelling

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  • Ceremonial Worship

    AFRICA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY BACHELOR OF BUSINESS & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY KISII CAMPUS BIB105: OLD TESTAMENT LITERATURE TERM PAPER: The ceremonial worship in the Old Testament (the tabernacle as a central place of worship) STUDENT NO: 13m04ebt004 MASUMBUO MPATHE ZIRO The sanctuary An introduction: Unquestionably, the greatest revelation of the love and character of God was at the cross, where the Lord offered Himself in

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  • Bill of Rights

    The Founding Fathers demanded a “bill of rights” that would protect the people from the government. Therefore the bill of rights was added to the Constitution to make sure we had certain liberties that other countries do not give their citizens. This bill of right would make sure that the new government would not treat citizens like the old Government. So the bill of rights was the name given to the first ten amendments of the United States Constitution. These amendments guarantee

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  • Speech

    Speech 1 “A Time for Choosing” by Ronald Reagan 1. Ronald Reagan gained the audience attention by his opening statement “ I’ve been permitted to choose my own words and ideas” 2. The topic was A Time for Choosing, it was a presidential candidate speech concerning the upcoming election which was going to be held in a few week. It explained his standpoint and views on the hot topics such as the war and the economy 3. Ronald Regan stated that he once was a democrat but felt that the issues

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    Day, the Shortest Speech http://vsotd.com/featured-speech/longest-day-shortest-speech#sthash.5hXfbsUi.dpuf "The troops, the air and the Navy did all that Bravery and devotion to duty could do." Address by Dwight D. Eisenhower Written in case of failure of D-Day Invasion, Normandy, France on June 6, 1944 In my analysis of this speech, I have found that the speech fails to adhere to the guidelines of informative speech. Although it meets a few of the guidelines, the speech overall is unsuccessful

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  • Bill of Rights

    right that people live up to day to day is that we have “ Freedom Of Speech “ . The freedom of speech or freedom of expression is one of the basic constitutional rights guaranteed to Americans in the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights. The Founding Fathers believed that a free society must allow its citizens to freely express themselves without government interference. Yes of course everyone has the right to freedom of speech but it doesn't give you the right to (falsely say) “He has a gun “in

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  • Bill of Rights

    Bill of Rights In 1776 the declaration of independence of the United States was signing as the constitution, the supreme law of the land. This famous document has as a purpose a system of government that would prevent one individual from having complete power. However, some states were in opposition with the constitution because it did not contain protection rights against a government. In 1791, 10 amendments were known as the bill of rights. This document was added to the constitution to ensure

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  • Bill of Rights

    Bill Of Rights In 1791, the Bill of Rights, consisting of 10 amendments, was ratified into the constitution. The document’s purpose was to spell out the liberties of the people that the government could not infringe upon. Considered necessary by many at the time of its development, the Bill of Rights became the cause for a huge debate between two different factions: The Federalists and the Anti-Federalists. The Federalists were those who thought that there should be a new Union created with

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  • Speech

    Introduction: We’ve all heard the phrase, “a man’s best friend’ at least a few thousand times in our life time. When we say that, we are referring to the cutest most loyal animals of them all, the dog. For our group speech we decided that volunteering at a Pitbull shelter was just the right thing to do that fit us all perfectly. Saving Grace Pitbull Rescue has a history of helping dogs, what we did there was very influential and what they do for all those dogs is truly amazing. To start off with

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    EXAMPLE OF INFORMATIVE SPEECH OUTLINE Sarah Putnam Informative Outline Topic: The Titanic General Purpose: To Inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about one of the most famous tragedies in history, the Titanic. Thesis: From the disaster to the movie, the sinking of the Titanic remains one of the most famous tragedies in history. I. Introduction A. Attention Getter: An American writer named Morgan Robertson once wrote a book called The Wreck of the Titan. The book was about an

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  • Bill of Rights

    CENTRAL TEXAS COLLEGE United States Bill of Rights ______________________________________________________________________________ Fundamentals of Criminal Law CJSA 1327 Week 1 Essay #3 Not too long ago our nation was young, new, and in need of structure and in need of a government. To solve this issue, the United States Constitution was drafted and implemented across the territories. After the constitution was created, there was immediate pressure from anti-federalists who opposed constitutional

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  • Devondale Murray Goulburn Milk

    • Are there competitors in that market? (local and foreign) Devondale Murray Goulburn Valley Milk exports approximately half of their products overseas. They are focused on the developing markets of South East Asia, Middle East/North Africa, China and Indonesia. The main two countries chosen for this report are China and Indonesia. Goulburn Valley Milk does have local and foreign competitors as well as direct and indirect competitors competing in the dairy/fresh milk industry. • What form of

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  • Who Is Mina Murray?

    Who is Mina Murray? The character Mina Murray appears in several storylines, including Dracula and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, that take place during and after the Victorian Era. This era contained debates at the time regarding women’s suffrage. Mina’s character signifies the transition and change in women’s roles in society. She has qualities that can relate to multiple controversial ideas at that time regarding women. Those include women’s intellect, their qualities of thought, and

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  • Speech

    Courtney Hottowe October 23, 2012 Com 345.002 Informative Speech Outline General Purpose: To Inform Specific Purpose: Create awareness among the audience Central Idea: Animal Abuse is a constantly growing issue and today I am going to provide you with some information on where it stems from and how to prevent it. Introduction I. Attention Material a. “We are coming up on our 6 month anniversary of the day we brought Lola home from Homeward Pet.  She is an amazing addition to our

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  • Bill of Rights

    Bill Of Rights Assignment Week 3 Constitution HIS/301 Instructor James Newman Alan L. Olsen February 11th 2012 University of Phoenix Introduction According to Article V of the United States Constitution, when two thirds vote of Congress or State Legislature’s an amendment can be passed. Amendments are ratified by providing 3/4 of the votes in the Federal or State Legislature’s. When the Constitution

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  • Bill of Rights

    Title: “The Bill of Rights” March 12, 2011 Source: Jackson J. Spielvogel, p. 331 Summary: The accession of James II (1685-1688) to the crown guaranteed a new constitutional crisis for England. He was a devout Catholic and made religion the center of controversy between the king and Parliament. In 1687, James issued a declaration of indulgence that suspended all laws that excluded Catholics and Puritans from office. The Parliaments members did not object due to his

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  • The Bill of Rights

    The Bill of Rights Kimm Baker AJS-552 April 30, 2012 Steven J. Duplissis J.D. Abstract The first, fourth, fifth, sixth, and fourteenth amendments to the United States Constitution are vital to the citizens of the United States safety and freedoms. These amendments affect the administration of justice and security in different ways we will discuss this relationship and how each are affected. Every division of law enforcement faces challenges, maintains certain objectives to serve, and protect

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  • Buffalo Bill

    William Frederick Cody lived from till 1846–1917, he become Buffalo Bill, was born in a log cabin near LeClaire, Iowa Territory, on February 26, 1846. His dad Isaac, worked variously as a trader, a surveyor, and as overseer for an absentee landowner. Isaac Cody himself was a product of westering pioneers. The first Codys in America were Huguenots who fled France for the Isle of Jersey to escape religious persecution. By 1698 they owned land in Massachusetts. Isaac was born in Ontario in 1811 and

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  • Bill

    against the RH bill are pouring in. Apparently they have not been considered by the Lower House Committee before the bill was endorsed to the entire body for approval in the plenary session. Hence for the enlightenment of our legislators and the entire citizenry, presented here are some more of these views, one of them coming from a lawyer Atty. Rex A. Salvilla who clearly and ably refutes some stand of the bill’s advocates: “First, the advocates say that the opponents of RH bill are anti-poor for

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  • Bill of Rights

    ARTICLE III BILL OF RIGHTS Section 1. No person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law, nor shall any person be denied the equal protection of the laws. Section 2. The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures of whatever nature and for any purpose shall be inviolable, and no search warrant or warrant of arrest shall issue except upon probable cause to be determined personally by

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  • Ceremonial Speech

    Ceremonial Speech Manuscript I would to thank all the RAZZIE members for selecting my film as the worst in 2010. I didn’t think that making an eighth installment of the Police Academy series was a good idea, but the studio made me an offer that was hard to turn down (especially after my wife saw all those zeros). The studio started me off with a decent script, but every other day a different executive would visit the set and make a “suggestion” that isn’t really a suggestion, but rather since

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  • Bill of Rights

    judiciary. The Constitution did not include a specific declaration or bill of individual rights. It said what the government could do but did not state what it could not do. This Constitution did not apply for everybody, only the consent of the governed, which is white men only. The absence of individual rights turned out to be an obstacle to the Constitution ratification by the states. The Federalists opposed including a bill of rights because they believed it was unnecessary. The Anti-Federalists

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