Negative campaigning, also referred to as mudslinging, is custom in American politics. Rather than highlighting their own positive attributes, policy preferences and agenda, candidates seek to obtain votes by vilifying their opponents ““ not always accurately, I might add.
March Madness, college fantasy leagues and the ESPNU channel all indicate that college sports are a significant aspect of American culture. Men’s NCAA basketball and football, both considered revenue-generating sports, are particularly lucrative. And universities and corporations have been capitalizing on the business.
Shopping is usually affiliated with tangible goods ““ new clothes, new shoes. It epitomizes consumerism, promoting the search for the highest level of satisfaction possible. So as college students, consumers of higher education, why don’t we “shop” for classes?
John McCain certainly has an irritating habit of plucking unqualified people from obscurity and turning them into political celebrities: First, it was Sarah Palin, and now, Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher. For most people, the name Wurzelbacher is nothing more than a mouthful to pronounce, but his household nickname ““ “Joe the Plumber” ““ should sound familiar.
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