The university is planning to launch a new schedule builder that allows students to create their own schedules and share them with others.In a blog post, MSU's Scheduling and Scheduling Manager, John P. Clark, wrote that "students will be able to create schedules and upload them to our website, create a schedule for themselves or an entire team."The schedule builder will also allow students to pos...
The following is a list of Presidents who have proven to be more dangerous than any other.
The top five have been proven to make war more likely and/or have a propensity to kill more people than any President on the planet.
The list is composed of presidents who have been found guilty of committing war crimes and/and crimes against humanity and/our allies, as well as crimes against human dignity, including genocide, torture, rape, sexual violence, and genocide.
The list does not include those Presidents who were found innocent of committing the crimes, but the list does include Presidents who had multiple impeachments and/inmate trials for crimes against the United States, and Presidents who did not face trial for crimes.
In other words, the top five Presidents have been guilty of all of the crimes listed on the list, and yet they’ve continued to serve in office, making the list a great way to evaluate the effectiveness of a President.
A president’s war crimes convictions can also be used to determine his moral standing in a society, a position that can help determine how the President deals with the media and how the nation responds to his actions.
For example, Presidents who are found guilty by an independent tribunal of war crimes or crimes against humans can be considered dangerous by the media, and if they are found innocent by the court of public opinion, their actions can be viewed as having been morally just.
When Presidents are convicted of crimes against their people, the President is not immune from the media’s scrutiny, and it is important to note that President Trump’s recent war crimes conviction, for example, is a reminder of the damage he does to the United Kingdom, the world, and the world’s peoples when he acts as an autocrat.
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