U.s. President Essays


Russian Meddling in U.S. Election Essay

In this essay, we will investigate the topic of Russian interference in the United States’ 2016 Presidential election.  This essay will contain a list of topics related to Russian meddling, possible titles for essays covering those topics, an outline of the essay, and an example demonstrating how to write a strong essay.  Our free example essay will not only explain how Russian interference influenced the election, but also show you how to write each part of an essay: introduction, thesis statement, and body paragraphs that combine evidence and analysis.  The essay will conclude with a review of the information presented Continue Reading...

President Donald Trump Essay

Abstract This essay focuses on the possible ramifications, both negative and positive, of a Trump presidency, from the perspective of Trump as the President-elect.  Because Trump has no experience in public service, much of the paper is speculative and focuses on what is known about the people Trump is selecting for his cabinet.  The paper acknowledges that Trump, a Republican President, will be supported by a Republican House of Representative and Senate in Congress, as well as being in the position to support at least one, if not more, members of the Supreme Court, but also acknowledges that Trump may not have Continue Reading...

2016 Presidential Election Essay

Abstract In what is shaping up to be the strangest election in United States history, the contest between the Democratic nominee, former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and the Republican nominee, billionaire real estate developer Donald J. Trump is being closely monitored by U.S. voters and an increasingly concerned international community. The Democratic nominee has most recently been charged with several abuses of classified information during her tenure as secretary of state, perjury before the U.S. Congress and illicit dealings with foreign interests buying favors from the State Department through donations to the Clinton Foundation. Conversely, the Republic Continue Reading...

Democrats Poor Performance in the 2016 Elections

In the 2016 U.S. presidential elections, the Democrats experienced significant losses in both the Senate and the House of Representatives in addition to losing the presidency.  While the Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, won the popular vote, Donald Trump won the electoral college votes to clinch the presidency.  The Republicans not only won the presidency but also won the Senate and the House of Representatives.  In the aftermath of the 2016 elections, the performance of the Democratic Party has been the subject of scrutiny among political analysts and experts in political matters.  The media has remained puzzled with the outcome… Continue Reading...

John Hinckley Jr. the Stalker

notorious offender who committed a very heinous act. In 1981 he managed to shoot u.s. president Ronald Reagan (Daniel). He also succeeded in shooting other members of Reagan’s staff that day. As egregious an act as this was, Hickley Jr.’s shooting became even more unusual when it was discovered that he had allegedly done it because of an infatuation with actress Jodie Foster. This fact motivated many who followed the case to initially believe that the shooter had a questionable mental status—both at the time of the shooting as well long before it occurred. The resulting criminal case was… Continue Reading...

Fake News Essay

Recommended Topics When does “fake news” become “real news,” if ever? How did fake news affect the outcome of the 2016 U.S. presidential election? Has fake news been used by foreign powers to adversely affect U.S. interest at home and abroad? How can people tell for certain when news is fake? What is being done about the proliferation of fake news?   Outline I.  Abstract II. Introduction III. Review and Discussion A.  What is fake news? B.  The potential impact of fake news C.  Responses to fake news IV. Conclusion   Title:  A Real Look at the Fake News Phenomenon… Continue Reading...

Black Lives Matter Essay

Topics: What is the Black Lives Matter Movement and why is it important? Is the Black Lives Matter Movement doing more harm than good? What is the purpose of the Black Lives Matter Movement? Who founded the Black Lives Movement? Titles: The Troubled State of Race Relations in America:  The Rise of the Black Lives Movement The Impact of the Black Lives Movement on the Discourse over Race Relations in the U.S. How a Grassroots Idea became an International Movement through Social Media The Purpose and Future of the Black Lives Matter Movement[h1] Abstract:[h2] Established in 2012 following the high-profile… Continue Reading...

2016 Presidential Election Essay

Yale University School of Law in New Haven, Connecticut where she met her future husband and u.s. president, William “Bill” Clinton, a fellow law school graduate in 1975. Following their marriage, Clinton would go on to serve as the first lady of the U.S. during the period 1993 through 2001 during husband’s tumultuous tenure as president (Clinton biography, 2016). In 2001, Clinton was elected to the U.S. Senate and was later appointed as the 67th U.S. secretary of state in 2009 where she served until 2013 (Clinton biography, 2016). In 2016, Clinton secured the Democratic Party’s nomination, becoming the… Continue Reading...

Pokemon Go Essay

Watch Pokemon GO! – An Overview of the Hottest New Augmented Reality Game   Mixed between the alarming headlines of terrorist acts on the global stage and those concerning the strangest U.S. presidential election in history are increasing reports of people of all ages and walks of life engaging in one of the hottest new games to hit the market in recent years, Pokemon GO. Indeed, even the mainstream media appears to be caught up in the craze, and curious consumers are joining the Pokemon GO throngs in pursuit of elusive but valuable wild Pokemon characters they can “catch” with… Continue Reading...

New Jim Crow Essay

New Jim Crow Michelle Alexander, the author of The New Jim Crow, is a professor at Union Theological Seminary, a New York Times columnist, and civil rights lawyer and advocate.  I believe that the motive she had in writing her book was to explain how Jim Crow still exists in America even though people sometimes choose not to see it.  It exists today in hidden and not-so-hidden ways, as it is part of the power structure that still dominates America.  The prison industrial complex is just one example of how Jim Crow still exists, as Alexander shows.  Her aim is… Continue Reading...

Repealing the Individual Mandate

The individual mandate is arguably one of the least popular provisions of the Obamacare, the health reform law that was enacted in 2010. Obamacare has received considerable attention in the past few years because of rising health insurance premiums. The rising health insurance premiums were at the center of the 2016 U.S. presidential elections campaign. Following President Trump’s election, Republican lawmakers have moved swiftly to repeal Obamacare’s individual mandate. GOP senators are trying to repeal the individual mandate based on the argument that it would give them an extra $338 billion over 10 years for their proposed tax cuts (Luhby,… Continue Reading...

The Challenge Of Doctors Without Borders

conducting interviews, publishing information on their own and even writing directly to the u.s. president himself (Bernish). As Gordon notes, the group “accused the US government of inserting provisions into the TPP that would interfere with the low-cost delivery of malaria and hiv/aids medicines to developing nations” (Gordon 20). And then on October 3rd, 2015, U.S. forces bombed the Kunduz region in Afghanistan and destroyed the trauma hospital operated by Doctors without Borders killing 42 people, including patients, volunteers and doctors who had dedicated their lives to helping the victims of the international crises ongoing in the Middle East. It was… Continue Reading...