Problem | Democrats | Republicans | Socialists | Economy | * Helping small businesses. * Spurring Manufacturing job creation. * Cut taxes for 95% of working families. | * Believe in the power and opportunity of America’s free-market economy. * Believe in the importance of sensible business regulations that promote confidence in economy among consumers | * Minimum wage of $15 per hour indexed to the cost of living. * Call for a national pension authority to hold the assets of private funds | Health Care | * Helping stabilize the economy and reduce the deficit. * Cutting health care taxes for families and small business. * Creating greater health care competition and accountability. | * Support common-sense health care reforms. * Their reforms would lower costs preserve quality, end lawsuit abuse, and maintain the healthcare that Americans deserve. | * Full funding for AIDS research, prevention, and treatment. Demand full civil rights for people living with AIDS. * Support the right to choose or refuse medical treatment, the right to die, and the right to assisted suicide. | Education | * Reforming the federal student loan program and making college more affordable. * Promoting community service and civic engament. * Investing in early childhood education. | * Believe that maintaining a world-class system of primary and secondary education. * Believe in the power of schools choice, that giving parents the ability to send their children to better schools not to keep them trapped in failing schools. | * Recognizes the right of students of all ages to a free, quality education in a safe and supportive environment, and of all school employees to good wages, benefits, and working conditions. * Call for a maximum of 15 students per teacher for grades K-12. | NationalSecurity | * Ending war in Iraq * Securing America’s borders * Reducing the threat of nuclear weapons. * President Obama is focused on preventing terrorism across the globe. | * Defending America’s homeland, including remaining vigilant in confronting global terrorism,…
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Fossil fuels, such as petroleum, natural gas and coal, are the stored radiant energy formed from the remains of organisms that lived millions of years ago. These fuels are collected right out of the ground. Coal has been used as a source of heat in homes since the 1500s replacing low-energy wood. Natural gas was first used by the Chinese to make salt, then in t he early 1800s it was used in Europe and the US as lighting fuel. Petroleum was first used as lighting…
This paper will provide specific examples on how energy can be converted from one form to another. Attractive sources of energy and how we define them when we mean fossil fuels. This paper will also describe the two different energy alternatives to fossil fuels in detail. Discussing how they work, compare with fossil fuels, and their relative advantages and disadvantages.
Converting Energy from One Form to Another
Potential energy is defined as energy due to position. Potential energy can…
effective substitute for fossil fuel.
With the development of global industry, energy shortage has been a significant problem for many countries. The threat of fossil fuel exhaustion has always perplexed human society. It is urgent to create a new kind of fuel to replace fossil fuel before fossil fuel is depleted. This essay will discuss that the biofuel is an effective substitute for fossil fuel due to its renewability and environmental protection.
Biofuel is better than fossil oil to use due to its…
Fossil fuel energy sources include natural gas, oil, and coal, which are non-reusable resources that have been formed by plants and animals that have died and were buried gradually by layers of rock. Over the course of millions of years, different forms of fossil fuels were created. These forms were created by the different combination of organic matter, how long it was buried, the temperature oft eh region in which it was buried, and the how the pressure conditions existed as the time passed. The…
There are 3 major forms of fossil fuels: Coal, oil and natural gas. Coal is a hard, black colored rock-like substance. It is made up of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and varying amounts of Sulphur. There are three main types of coal – anthracite, bituminous and lignite. Oil and natural gas are found under ground between folds of rock and in areas of rock that are porous and contain the oils within the rock itself. To find oil and natural gas, companies drill through the earth to the deposits…
we are killing the earth with the use of fossil fuel. Using alternate energy sources can lead to the end of the burning of these harmful pockets of ancient sunlight. The problem with these alternate energy sources is the initial investment to acquire and install these devices.
The first device of the 3 main alternate energy sources is the solar panel, used to acquire solar energy. Solar power is a great choice to reduce a home’s dependency on fossil fuels, it is surprisingly the most affordable…
Congestive Heart Failure
Congestive heart failure is “an extremely common illness, accounting for increasing hospital admissions and a large segment of costs to health care systems. It is the leading cause of hospital admissions and readmissions in Americans aged over 65 years of age. The illness has been estimated to account for 2% of total health care costs in industrialized nations” (Goble, A.J., Worchester, M., Le Grande M., & Parkinson, A., 2002). The American Heart Association published the following…
Only 43% said they would feel comfortable living in an area that was one-third black
Consequences of segregation
Crime, lack of economic opportunities, poor health, social isolation
Empty buildings increase fear
Places for drug dealers and fugitives to hide
Lack of safe, livable, low-income housing
Scattered site housing
What are the greenhouse gases?
global worming is wear the earth is gitting hotter an hotter do to green house gases. greenhouse gases is a gas in an atmosphere that absorbs and emits radiation within the thermal infrared range.
19. What are the problems associated with global warming in the artic? Coastal area?
well i the artic it is melting the ice burgas am its causeing the see levels to go up in the coastal areas.
20. What are some ways that human lifestyles affect the environment?