Government 1A Uncategorized

Government 1A Lesson 10

Describe family government in terms of the five institutional characteristics: sovereignty, hierarchy (authority), law, sanctions, and succession.

In my last essay I explained that Family is a legitimate form of Government, this is going to be something similar that I wrote last week. So I’m going to talk about Family Government with these five characteristics.

Sovereignty is used with this question: Who’s in charge here? Well, I would say the adults of the Family who look after the children and help them. Hierarchy or Authority is used with this question: To whom do I report? The parents are the authorities of the children until the legal age of 18.

Law is used with this question: What are the rules? Well, it really depends on what the parents decided that is right for their own child. Depending on the parents mind and thought. Sanction is used with this question: What do I get if I obey/disobey? Now there are positive and negative sanctions. Like if your parents tell you to do your school and not goof off until your school work is done, then you not get in trouble. But if your parents see improvement on your school work, it means you have been learning and studying and maybe you’ll get a surprise treat. However if you flunk off your studies or abandon school then your parents will ground you.

Succession is used with this question: Does this outfit have a future? Well, when your child becomes a legal adult at age 18, they are supposed to responsible for themselves, parents can sometimes interfere with their lives as well, depending on the parent type, but they shouldn’t really tell you what to do anymore, but at least give advice. You should also get an inheritance form your parents when they plan for insurance, family name, or for their savings for when they die.

Offer an opinion on what the source of the family’s sovereignty is.

So families come from many members, man and woman. Now humans were not created just by themselves, it’s God that created them, we are God’s creation, no one else’s. God gave us these 5 points of Family Government. We learn from these points, especially the children do as they get older and once they do they are mature adults in life, and then they create their own family, and do the same thing over and over and over again. Families are getting created every second of your life that impacts you right now. There is so many people in the world right now, especially babies, that its hard to find the estimate of people in each country by man or woman.

This was my essay for Government 1A Lesson 10 I hope you enjoyed it.

Uncategorized Western Civilization 2

Western Civilization 2 Lesson 105

What were the key steps in the process of Italian unification?

Italy used to be a country with Independent states. Examples are Tuscany, Naples, Papal States, Venetia, Venice, and Lombardy. Giuseppe Garibaldi was a great general in Italy. He crated the Republic of Rome in the year of 1848, however this declines a year later. And he was very highly respected. Then Count Camillo de Cavour became Prime Minister in Piedmont, which is in Italy. He wanted all of the Italian states to unite with Italy but they need the help with France. Since those 2 countries did not get along with each other they had to make an alliance. Since the country Austria owned Lombardy, Venice, and Venetia, Cavour needed to get those states back.

The countries fight Austria and Cavour got Lombardy back. But after that Cavour seems to be unsatisfied and he wants more states. He has support from Garibaldi and King Victor Emmanuel I. But when he died in 1861, the unification of Italy still continued. Then all of the other states joined Italy, except Vatican. So most of the states in Italy are unified in 1871.

What were the key steps in the process of German unification?

Otto Von Bismarck who unified Germany. In 1862 he became Prime Minister in Prussia. In 1864, the German Confederation goes to war with Denmark to get the lands Schleswig and Holstein. In 1866 Otto goes to war with Austria, and he and Prussia won the war. Austria had to accept the new annexation of lands, and the Northern German lands belonged to Otto. However the Southern German states were independent. Meanwhile Napoleon III, went to war with Prussia, and Napoleon went to war due to balance of Power shifting toward the Prussians.

So the war lasted a year and then the Southern German States belong to Prussia. So the unification was done and King William I of Prussia becomes the first emperor of Germany.

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This was my essay for Western Civilization 2 Lesson 105 I hope you enjoyed it.

Lots of Awards Uncategorized

Sunshine Blogger Award pt.3

Thx so much Indie 4 nominating me follow her blog:

Indies Questions:

1.Favorite song?

2.Zootopia or Stranger things? Zootopia.

3.Animations or pencil and paper? Ehhh both r good.

4. Homeschool or Public school? Homeschool.

5.Do you like Pizza? Pizza is fine.

6. How many Kids do you want? Ummmm Idk maybe 1 or 2.

7.Have you watched watership down? No.

8.Are you good at art? Ehhh not really, maybe.

9.What is your favorite book? Harry Potter, and other fantasy books.

10.Canine or Feline? Canine.

11.Future or past? All.

My nominees:

My Questions:

  1. What is ur favorite song?
  2. What do u want 2 be when u grow up?
  3. What is ur favorite color?
  4. What is ur favorite movie/TV show?
  5. Do u play video games?
  6. How many times a day do u go outside?
  7. What is the biggest meal u have ever eaten?
  8. Do u prefer cats or dogs?
  9. Do u know how 2 blow a bubble by chewing gum?
  10. What do u think the future would be like?
  11. How were my questions?

Thx so much Indie, follow her now or I’ll have a jellyfish sting u

Thx so much and have a wonderful day wherever u r.

Uncategorized Western Civilization 2

Western Civilization 2 Lesson 100

Discuss two weak points in the views of Karl Marx, and explain what’s wrong with them.

I honestly don’t like talking about the subject of Karl Marx or Communism/Marxism/Socialism, but I have to answer this essay anyway. First of all Karl Marx is a guy who created Communism/Marxism/Socialism. In my opinion, and for those of you who are reading this don’t even judge me, but he is not a great man neither is Communism/Marxism/Socialism, in my opinion. But anyway one of his views that isn’t right would have to do with the idea where he thinks that Capitalists are living terrible lives and being worked hard as slaves. Not true, Capitalists are living great lives. And in his view he viewed that you should produce what the Communists/Marxists/Socialists tell you to produce, instead of you deciding what to produce. Those are what the views are of Karl Marx.

What were Herbert Spencer’s views, as you encountered them in the reading for this week? Does he deserve to be called a “Social Darwinist”?

Herbert Spencer was an Englishman who is a libertarian/philosopher that supported private charities. He had been called a Social Darwinist. I honestly don’t know if he deserves to be called that or not. Because I don’t want to get the wrong answer. But this is what people called him back in his time.

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This was my essay for Western Civilization 2 Lesson 100 I hope you enjoyed it.

Uncategorized Western Civilization 2

Western Civilization 2 Lesson 95

What happened in France during the Revolution of 1830?

The French Revolution of 1830 or the July Revolution started in France. It had to do with the overthrow of King Charles X. He became the king in 1827. And in the election there were Liberals and Moderates. So he drifted away from his own officials who were called Ultras. So in 1830, he limited the number of votes to 23,000, and had made the Chamber of Deputies fall. He got deposed due to the riots going on in France. Then he got replaced with Louis Philippe. Since there were Artisans who got upset over how the economic standards were placed and wanted Philippe to fix it.

Were the Revolutions of 1848 successful or unsuccessful? Discuss two examples.

During the time Louis Philippe was the King in France, Louis Napoleon, who was the nephew of Napoleon, becomes emperor of France in 1852. He banned political assemblies, but people started making Banquets for people who had political assemblies in secret. Napoleon tried to stop it but it was too late. When this was happening in France, Vienna, Austria had some riots because they wanted the government to not intervene. The Emperor of Austria Ferdinand I decided to get the throne to his grandson who was a teen named Franz Joseph. So the riots did stop with the help of Russia.

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This was my essay for Western Civilization 2 Lesson 95 I hope you enjoyed it.

Lots of Awards Uncategorized

Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award pt.1

Thx Dreamer 4 nominating me follow her blog:

Dreamer’s questions:

1: What is the most inspiring thing in your life? Me.

2: What author inspires you the most? Me.

3: If you could live in one place for the rest of your life where would it be? My state, or somewhere else depending on the future.

4: What are your thoughts on music today? I think its cool.

5: What are your thoughts on fashion today? Ehhhhhhhhh not a total fashionista but I guess ok?

My nominees:

My questions:

  1. Which book seems 2 have an impact on ur lifetime?
  2. What r ur thoughts on candy today?
  3. What color matches u?
  4. Have u ever been nominated 4 this award?
  5. R my questions good enough?

Thx 4 nominating me Dreamer, If u don’t follow my friend I’ll have Bruce the shark from Finding Nemo terrorize u.

Thx so much have a wonderful day wherever u r.

Government 1A Uncategorized

Government 1A Lesson 5

Is the Family a Legitimate Form of Government?

What is a family? It consists of parents, children, grandparents, uncles/aunts, cousins, step’s, in laws and much more. Today I will be telling you If the Family is a Legitimate Form of Government or not?

Family is a legitimate form of Government in my opinion. Why? Well families are responsible for the children, their home and the taxes. They are the ones who make their own laws in their homes, and they are the one’s who help the children learn from their mistakes. The Government can’t do that, can it? No. They should not tell us what to do, because we are the one’s who govern ourselves not the Government especially the families and this is my claim to why families are and should be a Legitimate Form of Government.

This was my first essay for Government 1A Lesson 5 I hope you enjoyed it.

Uncategorized Western Civilization 2

Western Civilization 2 Lesson 90

Summarize the arguments either of Spencer or Molinari (whichever one you read this week).

Gustave de Molinari was liberal who didn’t like the idea of monopolies in a government. He only listened to the free market and not what the government was doing. Government was being in charge of trade deals and they were becoming unpopular because the prices were rising. So he thought the Government should leave us alone so we can do our own trade deals.

What were the characteristics of neoclassicism? Give one example of neoclassicism and show how it embodies at least one of these characteristics.

Neoclassicism is a type of art where they copied the Classical work of art such as Greece and Rome. Many types of art forms include music, theater, paintings, and so much more. An example of neoclassicism painting would be from a man named Jacques Louis David. He made a painting called Oath of the Horatii. There is balance in that painting.

Oath of the Horatii

What were the characteristics of Romanticism? Give one example of Romanticism and show how it embodies at least one of these characteristics.

Romanticism is focused on the structure of emotion. Its pretty much the opposite of neoclassicism. An example I would give you would be Caspar David Friedrich. The Wanderer of the Sea of Fog is an example. It shows braveness as well as fear.

Wanderer of the Sea of Fog

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This was my essay for Western Civilization 2 Lesson 90 I hope you enjoyed it.

English 3 Uncategorized

English 3 Lesson 85

Why did Robinson Crusoe take the coins off the ship?

After Robinson Crusoe got shipwrecked on an island he went to see if anyone was alive and find materials he needed. He want on to the ship and found many resources he needed to survive. Like gun, ammunition, sails, and many other stuff including coins. Why did he take them off the ship? Well I would say like if someone came to the island he might pay for someone taking him home to England, maybe in case he finds a hidden civilization and paying for stuff, or negotiation. This is what I think why he had taken the coins off the ship.

He spent his time on the island exploring, surviving, and working on the island. He made the island as his home for a while. He has a journal that he found on the boat, and wrote about what’s going on the island and thinking about his past where his family forbade him to go out and sailing. They said that he would end up in a negative sanction, and they were right. He did have some positives that he is on a beautiful island but the negatives was that he was trapped on the island. But after a while on he was happy with his life even though he ended up shipwrecked on an island. It made him change.

However I’m not able to tell you the rest off the book due to a term paper that will come on Lesson 180. I will be studying many books to help with my term paper. So there will be an outline of my Term Paper, 2 other essays and Term Paper. And that will be the end of English 3 when my Term Paper gets posted.

This was my essay for English 3 Lesson 85 I hope you enjoyed it.

Uncategorized Western Civilization 2

Western Civilization 2 Lesson 85

What is classical liberalism?

Classical Liberalism is an idea of the freedom of speech, religious liberty, and private property. It is also involved with the Laissez-Faire economy and limited Government. Which meant that a country can grow without the Government spying or being in that country’s business. It protects the rights and properties of many people.

Choose one of the works discussed in lesson 83 and explain how it reflects the principles of classical liberalism.

Fredric Bastiat was a French Economist who who is famous for writing the Petition of the Candle makers. It talks about how the Candle makers and the sun are competing against each other. The sun would give out free light all day long, and the Candle Makers were upset by this so they blocked off the sun from their homes. You can use candles at the night because the sun is not out during the night, but the moon is. Now this would be competition, and against how the Free Market works.

Discuss several classical liberal themes that can be found in the work of Benjamin Constant.

Benjamin Constant was a French man who was a liberal. He believed in limited government and liberty. He thought that there were problems with the political approach like for example the errors in legislation effect society while individual errors have a smaller scope, the consequences of bad laws will be more felt by other people then by the legislator himself, and so he will have less incentive to correct them, and it takes a longer time to correct political error than it does to correct individual error. This is found in the work of Benjamin Constant. He had worked on “The Liberty of the Ancients Compared with That of the Modern”. This is also found in Benjamin Constants work.

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This was my essay for Western Civilization 2 Lesson 85 I hope you enjoyed it.