The UN Secretary-General and International Norm Development
– In 1991, the Soviet Union collapsed and in its wake there were a flood of essays from political scientists around the world. The general theme of the essays was the fall of the Soviet Union would usher in a new age of peace and prosperity that the world had never known before. However, the events that followed the collapse of the Soviet Union were the exact opposite . There was an increased need to restore political order in countries around the world, promote human rights and pacify conflict zones….
Utah, California v. Secretary of Transportation
– Significant facts In 1994, Congress pass a bill, with President approval, that withheld ten percent of federal highway funds from states who fail to penalize drug offenders by suspending the drivers license for six months. A condition the federal government placed on the grants for highway funds is states’ must suspend the drivers license for any drug conviction, regardless of severity, including marijuana possession. However, states do have the ability to “opt out” by passing their own state law stating they will not suspend drivers licenses for such violations….
General William T. Sherman
– One of the most colorful characters of the Civil War was a General named William T. Sherman. During the period of the war (1861-1865), General Sherman went full circle from being forced to retire on trumped up charges that he was insane, to becoming a key player in bringing this bloody war to a close. He entered the annals of military history as one of the greatest and most distinguished generals of all time. William T. Sherman was born to Charles N. Sherman and Mary Hoyt Sherman in Lancaster, Ohio, on February 8, 1820….
General George S. Patton
– … At Ft. Sheridan Patton gained a reputation to be a hard-driving leader, a reputation that his superiors liked (General George). At the end of 1911, Patton was sent to Ft. Myer, VA, where he befriended Henry Stimson, who was the Secretary of War, and then Patton became his aide (General George). In 1912, Patton was twenty-six years old, and he represented the United States at the Stockholm Olympics in the first Modern Pentathlon (The Official, Bio). In the shooting portion, Patton got deducted points because they said he missed the target (The Official, Bio)….
A Brief Biography of General Omar Bradley
– Who served the longest military record in U.S. History. Who fought in Africa and Europe. Who pretty much conquered Europe with just the U.S. army. Gen. Omar Bradley was well known for these accomplishments and his greatness in the military. And there is only one way he got there. He was born in the right year, chose the right career path, and was outstanding for his discipline and patience. Omar Bradley’s life and background was the same as any typical boy “born in 1893. He was born in the month of February on the 12….