The Renaissance

Written by Amber Whitman

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Added to this wererepparttar humanists. They proposed to educaterepparttar 125947 whole person and placed emphasis not only on intellectual achievements, but also on physical and moral development. This isrepparttar 125948 method that has moved into today’s education as well. It is a compilation of different achievements and teachings to round out an individual’s knowledge, and, as isrepparttar 125949 case today, people became more interested in music andrepparttar 125950 arts. Many people began singing and took up musical instruments, much as they do in today’s society, with music being a huge influence. Literature andrepparttar 125951 arts began to flourish with a turning toward art inspired by nature.

Above all,repparttar 125952 Renaissance movement left us fantastic monuments of artistic beauty that, even today, define our western culture.

I am 35 years old. I have one son. I have been in a relationship for 11 years now. I grew up in British Columbia, with my grandparents. Some of my family live here, but we are not close. I have been writing since my youth. I also enjoy cooking, gardening, decorating, reading, shopping, and the outdoors.

Fahrenheit 9/11

Written by Gary R. Hess

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The movie continues to showrepparttar connection betweenrepparttar 125946 Saudi royal family andrepparttar 125947 Bush’s. Where Bush Sr. isrepparttar 125948 only president ever to receive secret CIA information after he stepped down from president and then continued to visitrepparttar 125949 Bin Ladens.

After 9/11 many ofrepparttar 125950 Bin Laden family was still withinrepparttar 125951 USA. Butrepparttar 125952 United States did not bother to question any of them, even though Osama was suspected as mastermindingrepparttar 125953 attack. Insteadrepparttar 125954 family was flown back to Saudi Arabia just two days afterrepparttar 125955 attack (it wasrepparttar 125956 only plane allowed in US air atrepparttar 125957 time). The FBI and CIA did not bother to questionrepparttar 125958 family; they just whisked them away to safety. Isn’t this ironic? Even in a murder investigationrepparttar 125959 first people that are talked to byrepparttar 125960 police arerepparttar 125961 suspects family members. So why not them? Could it be that Mr. Bush helpedrepparttar 125962 family for helping him with money in his time of need?

The movie then goes on to other things that happened during his presidency. Such asrepparttar 125963 Iraq war and social security and taxes. The part aboutrepparttar 125964 Iraq War is very emotional. Children shown bleeding to death or with missing limbs from American bombings. The children did nothing wrong, so why should they have to suffer? The segment also shows interviews with American soldiers in Iraq. It shows their real concerns and real feelings towardsrepparttar 125965 war. Not all soldiers agree with it, but since there is a media censorship inrepparttar 125966 military much can not be said,repparttar 125967 soldiers are only allowed to say good things aboutrepparttar 125968 war and cannot say anything else.

Many have actually stepped down and in fact a group of people rebelled when asked to take supplies to another part of Iraq when their vehicles were not properly equipped.

The movie also shows interviews with Iraqi citizens before and duringrepparttar 125969 war. It showed their true feelings for it and what really happened duringrepparttar 125970 war. Tens of thousands of children are getting hurt and killed in Iraq even today. These children are not getting hurt or killed from other Iraqis, but by American soldiers who shouldn’t be there.

When someone says this movie is just liberal bias and is nothing like how it is. How could it be? The movie is made up of videos where Michael Moore only comments on certain things, it doesn’t dub over what someone says or does. It shows what really happened. This is just another part of conservative censorship and it needs to be put to a stop. Watch Fahrenheit 9/11 and see for yourself.

Gary is a writer for Political Articles

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