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Essay Contest V Runnerup

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008

Global Warming Possibly Logical Global warming is perhaps the most misunderstood and misrepresented political topic today. One view sees global warming as the greatest risk to humanity through famine, hurricanes, and the extinction of the great polar bear. Another view sees global warming as a way for socialist academics to punish corporate America while spreading […]

Winner Essay Contest V

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008

GLOBAL WARMING     KSU_Aviator     I started this essay contest with the idea that I would address numerous pollution issues through minimal government regulation. In the process I stumbled across a method for reducing pollution produced by vehicles AND increasing the productivity of farm crops. Just add water.        In 2004 […]

Winner of Essay Contest IV

Tuesday, August 29th, 2006

Topic: How should the US address the spread of radical militancy? Congratulations to ~ George For the purposes of the essay, I am presuming to limit the definition to Islamist militancy, and particularly to militancy aimed specifically at harming Western states from within or without The first and most obvious question which must be asked, […]

Essay Contest IV Runners-Up

Tuesday, August 29th, 2006

Note: The following essay was disqualified because of its length, but the judges feel it is still very much worth reading. LB forgotten_centrist In contemplating militant extremism, I first thought of a clear late-summer evening 5 years ago, when I watched the Pentagon burn from the roof of my apartment building. It was a sight […]

Essay Contest IV Runners-Up

Tuesday, August 29th, 2006

JackoVance How should the US address the spread of radical militancy? First of all I want to say that the USA can’t be blamed for Al-Qaida, Hezbollah and all the others attacking civilian, hiding behind them and generally following the way of terrorism. Even though there aggression might be justified the way they act can […]

Essay Contest IV Runners-Up

Tuesday, August 29th, 2006

Kiss A radical is one who advocates fundamental or revolutionary changes in current practices, conditions, or institutions. It has been said that our country’s foundation was built on New Testament Christian beliefs. The first American radicals were the Pilgrims, who were religiously and economically repressed by the Church of England. Israel still holds to the […]

Essay Contest IV Runners-Up

Tuesday, August 29th, 2006

Topic: How should the US address the spread of radical militancy? Bob L In order to address the issue of radical militancy effectively, we must first determine what the underlying causes of this phenomenon are and how we can address each of those issues. We must also understand that not all causes of radical militancy […]

LNF Essay Contest III Winner

Wednesday, August 16th, 2006

Bob L The question of whether or not we are winning the war on terror is one that doesn’t have any definitive answer. The answer is completely dependent upon how you define “winningâ€?. What goals do we hope to achieve in our “war on terrorâ€?? Is it the complete eradication of terrorist organizations and their […]

LNF Essay Contest III – Runners-Up

Wednesday, August 16th, 2006

Jasmine “WINNING” (To the tune of Santana’s “Winning”) One day, we were feeling down Our nation got hit, and The towers came down But we rolled up our sleeves And we stood up as one We took sharp aim at those Taliban feces Fired a few shots, blew them to pieces And just like that […]

LNF Essay Contest III – Runners-Up

Wednesday, August 16th, 2006

Kiss Are we winning the war on ? No country, government or individual can ever win the war on because people define the war on in many different ways. There doesn’t seem to be a universally understood and accepted definition of the ists. Some see our present war on as a war against the Muslims […]