To The British Parliament, We the colonists believe that we have been taxed unfairly by you (the British Parliament) without representation and we present our grievances with the following solutions: First, The Navigation Acts which restricts us from having profitable trade with other countries, shipping our goods in foreign vessels, shipping directly to any foreign … More Grievances against Parliament and Proposed Solutions
Air Force Rescue Coordination Center (AFRCC) This SAR organization is the the United States’ inland search and rescue coordinator. It is responsible for coordinating on-land federal SAR activities in the 48 contiguous United States, Mexico and Canada. The AFRCC operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The center directly ties in to the … More Responsibilities of SAR (Search and Rescue) Organizations
The Seven Years’ War, is supposedly the first world war involving, Europe, The Caribbean, South America, India, The Philippines, and West Africa. This war which included every major European power, supposedly started from a small skirmish in what is known today as the Battle of Jumonville Glen which took place in the present day state … More History of the Seven Years’ War
China China has a huge variety in its geography. Himalayas in the south, Gobi desert to the north, many rivers, valleys, and mountainous regions in the center, with large coastline with to the Pacific Ocean. It also had quite a line of impressive dynasties some of which were the Xia, Shang, Zhou, Qin, and Han … More History of China and India
Africa is thought to be most diverse continent in the world. It has virtually every type of climate except frozen tundra; there are deserts, jungles, safari plains, forests, mountains, lakes. It also has the longest river in the world: the Nile River. The Nile river flows through some of the most prestigious old civilizations in … More History of Africa: Ancient Civilizations
Throughout my life till now I have give just a few speeches in a private setting so it’s not really important to the reader of my autobiography unless it caused something important to happen to me. As a result, I won’t include most of the speeches I’ve given so far because they’ve had little effect … More Reconstructed Speech?
There are two parts to this question: Who is rich and what is fair? A. Who is rich? Nearly everyone assumes that the top 10% percent of all income earners are qualified to be rich but according to data the top 10% household earns about $150,000 before taxes. This is not quite rich. Meanwhile, the top … More Do The Rich Pay Their Fair Share?
The SI system (System International) and the Old English system have a lot of differences but the SI system is the most advantageous. The English system’s measurements were arbitrarily based on whoever ruled at the present period. e.g The length of a foot was based on the length of the present king’s foot and an … More SI System vs. English System
Every writer has a group, a sect, an audience in mind when writing an autobiography. The audience I have in mind when writing an autobiography is to the teenagers, and unbelievers. Here are my reasons why: First, the the when children enter their teenage years they are often without guidance and often make terrible decisions … More The Target Audience for My Autobiography
Writing an autobiography can be quite challenging and complex but there are a some benefits to both the writer and reader. First, it opens up opportunities to make money from people who want to know about your life. Naturally, people are curious about other people. For example: people want to know what made him/her become … More Benefits Of Writing An Autobiography