Sunday, December 11, 2016

In my opinion, the reason why I chose John Adams to talk about is because he's a great guy. He found all the ways to fight and protect us. Out of all the things he did for the people and our country, this is something I like about him. He was served on the First Continental Congress and he helped draft the Declaration of Independence. Till this day, he's still one of the best President in our Country for me.

John Adams was born on the October 31th, 1735 until July 4th, 1826. He was a politician, a philosopher, lawyer and one of the Founding Father of AMERICA!!! Adams was served as George Washington's Vice President for 2 term, and became the second President of the USA!

John was NOT popular leader like his second cousin, Samuel Adams. Instead, he emerged through his work as a constitutional lawyer.

When Adam became President, the war between the French and British was causing great difficulties for our country, US on high seas and intense partisanship among contending factions w/ the Nation.
Instead, John refused to receive the American envoy and suspended commercial relations.

The Nation broke out into Thomas Jefferson. It's called the XYZ, which increased in intensity by Adam's actions and encouragement. Congress appropriated money to complete 3 new frigates and build more ships, and authorized the raising of a provisional army. American shipping was almost defenseless against French, but by 1800s, armed merchantmen and U.S. warship were clearing the sea-lanes. Despite several brilliant naval victories, the war XYZ was finally subsided.

Founding Blog!

Hi guys... Back at it again with the Founding Blog this time!
Today, I'll be telling you guys about the founding father, "John Adam"

Thursday, October 20, 2016

If you go below the article, there's a short topic that I strongly agree on. It's called "Freedom gives you opportunity to succeed".

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Yes, I do agree with what that says. Everyone deserves to do whatever they want, but that doesn't mean going around and harass people. Freedom to me means that they shouldn't feel like they're forced to do what you don't want but you should feel free to do what you want in life, go to college that you want, work everywhere you want. Being forced doing something you don't want to do is not likely that you'll succeed either.
This is how it all started...

    The American founding fathers felt that this concept was the utmost importance when they were deciding what USA would be. They wrote line into the second paragraph of the Declaration of Independence saying - "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among thee are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness."

Founding Fathers
The concept of freedom means different things to different people, actually. Depending on the level of freedom that you have in your life.
Most people, when they think of the definition of freedom, they think of Liberty, which includes freedom of speech. The definition of liberty is having the ability to act according to your own will, as long as it doesn't affect the ability of someone else to act according to their own will. Most rational people would agree that this is the way that a society should function.