Was it worth it?
Was it worth flying the Trump flag higher than your steeples?
Was it worth it, making your Trump banners the focal point of your yard?
Was it worth it to coat your trucks in stickers and images of this man?
Was it worth it to throw away all of your convictions, beliefs, hopes, and truth?
Were the excuses, failed explanations and defense of this man on the Facebook posts of your loved ones really worth it?
Was it worth it to, somehow, say he didn’t mean to tell the American people to inject bleach?
Trump should not be trusted. Here’s why.
Important note before reading this paper:
It is imperative to note that truth is truth regardless of bias. I acknowledge my own biases but biases should always be divorced from fact. If one says that the sky is blue but believes it would be prettier in a shade of green, the statement that the sky is blue remains true despite the underlying bias. Going into this work I state factually accurate statements that are true. Truth exists and persists despite any underlying bias, election, other candidates, past candidates, or whataboutism [the form of…
Henry Fuseli was born on February 7, 1741, in Zürich, Switzerland, and died on April 16, 1825, in London, England. Fuseli is widely regarded as one of the greatest artists of the Romanticism period. Romanticism is exceedingly dramatic in its style, being theatrical in its extreme use of lighting and subject matter. Fuseli was a master of Romanticism in his time, creating striking scenes of the supernatural, the mythological, the terrifying, and the terrific.
Despite his mastery in the arts, Fuseli had harbored a twisted, darker side. The best possible example of both Fuseli’s Romanticism artwork and the dark side…
“It’s unconscionable that any nation would continue to waste public funds on fossil fuels when clean energy sources are readily available [and] more cost-effective and healthier for families and communities across the globe.” -Nicole Ghio, Sierra Club [Carrington 2017]
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Hitchcock’s films essentially grew up with the film industry, from silent film to black and white talkies to color film. While Hitchcock worked on silent films, black and white talkies, and color films throughout his career as the master of suspense, his black and white audio films stand out among the rest and are his best works. Hitchcock’s earliest works in silent film were well before he found his niche, and with the advent of audio-rich film, Hitchcock found that niche in suspense.
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