Cost of Pharmaceutical Needs Equals the Quality of Life - Business Research Paper(600 Level Course) According to research done at Purdue University, the more expensive a person’s pharmaceutical, the better quality of life the patient had. This happened no matter what the person’s ailment. Retail sales of prescription drugs totaled $154.5 billion in 2001; the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services estimate that, by the year 2010,
William Shakespeare’s tragedy Antony and Cleopatra - Theatre Essay William Shakespeare’s tragedy Antony and Cleopatra tells a story of a scandalous affair between the Roman General Antony and the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra, and encompasses the battles between western and eastern cultures and between reason and passion that eventually leads to the characters death.
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) - Business Research Paper (400 Level Course) In the early stages of American civilization, employers had little to no commitment to their employees. This spawned horrifying working conditions and multitudes of injustices. The United States government has been traditionally slow to react to the difficult and unfair work settings forced on its people. It took the civil rights movement of the 1960's to spark reform in many aspects of American life, including employee/employer relationships. One of the most radical, and recent, reforms the government has imposed is the Family and Medical Leave Act.
The 401(k) - Business Research Paper(300 Level Course) Daily Water cooler talks in offices spread from Los Angeles to New York are filled with questions and rumors about the down fall of social security. George Bush has used social security as the only other major reform platform in his presidency second only to his war on terror. So why is it that Americans are saving less then ever before in US history.
Understanding Intentions - Ethics Essay People are important in personal interactions, yet sometimes they can overstep their bounds and present a negative impact. While this is never desirable in life it happens nonetheless. This proved the case for me a few years ago in a relationship that I was having with a young woman. The relationship had gotten off course after its third year and
Chiapas: Any Hope for the Future - Government (300 Level Course) As the uprising in Chiapas enters its sixth year, there appears to be no immediate solution. Will the new president elect Fox be able to bring about peace in this troubled area and succeed where his predecessors have failed?
Harding’s Death and Post–mortem Legacy - Government (300 Level Course) Warren Gamaliel Harding was elected as the twenty-ninth president of the United States of America on March 4, 1921. Simply put by author H. L. Mencken, “no other such a complete and dreadful nitwit is to be found in the pages of American history.” It is been common understanding that the man that was our president for a little over two years was a prime example of incompetence yet feeble good nature.
Memo to the UN Security Council: - Government (300 Level Course) I would like to take this opportunity to commend not only those members of the Security Council but all members of the United Nations as well for dedicating time, resources, and men to many causes circumventing the globe. But you forgot to do one thing, and that is to make any of these programs work. While they look good on paper they are often a disaster when put into effect.
Memo to the Bush Administration: - Government (300 Level Course) As a citizen of this great country as well as a voter and tax payer, I feel that it is my civilian duty to give my opinion to those that run the government; my government. What you eventually decide to do with this information is clearly up to your discretion but it should be realized that it was people just like me throughout this country that brought you and your staff to office and in a little over three years will be in a position to do so again. This is not to sound like a threat in any way; it is just a reminder that our forefathers created a government “for the people and of the people.”
Commentary on the World Bank - Government (300 Level Course) Commentary on the IMF: According to the Meltzer Report As the Meltzer Report was released, the world continued to turn, and with these continuing revolutions new problems arose. Problems that will hopefully be dealt with more appropriately because of the work of the Congressional Commission assigned to come up with new and better ways for the financial institutions of the world to solve them. Arguably the two most important players in this field are the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).