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Just In All Stories: Story Story Writer Forum Community. Chosen life by cagedliberal reviews Betrayed by her boyfriend Isabella walks out of her own home to begin anew. With little finance and not many options available she grabs the job opportunity to be a nanny to heir of Cullen empire. Mafia boss Edward can never repay his debt to McCarty's. Will the chaos of relations ever get sorted? Will a turbulence put everything in its place?
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Updates 2X each week! As You Wish by shaunna reviews When Bell Swan falls pregnant with the star athlete's baby after a night of drunken mistakes, she needs to come to terms with having a child and building a relationship with the baby's father, Edward Cullen. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star by 2brown-eyes reviews Small town Bella Swan happens upon something unusual in a remote cabin in the woods. Suddenly, her life is forever changed as she is propelled into the chaotic world of the rich and powerful Cullen family of Boston.
Summer Love by BirdsandStars reviews Bella lives in Forks with her mother for 3 years after her father's death, classes are ending and she is about to graduate. She is always with her best friend Alice. But everything will change with the arrival of Alice's siblings and when her mother gives her a ticket to go on vacation to Brazil Hidden identity by Hermione Katniss Cullen reviews 'I've been keeping a lie.
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So, at her mom's request, she goes to Forks to raise her baby as the shunned, unwedded daughter. But fate has much more planned for this Swan. Baby Bump by Viraha reviews year old student Bella Swan makes her entrance at a new school, whilst struggling with her own pregnancy.
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M - English - Romance - Chapters: After her father's death, she decides to make a change. With a map, dart, and life insurance money to fuel the trip, she is off on an adventure. On this trip with her, we will see things through her eyes, and maybe find a new friend or two as well. No heavy drama planned, but may change as the characters grow and talk to me.
Me and Mr Cullen by Catastrophia reviews It was just a long weekend in Vegas, so how did eighteen year old high school senior Bella Swan end up married to thirty one year old movie exec, Edward Cullen? This is the story of their awkward life. Rated M for future lemons. Her mother is crazy, and with no contact with Charlie she's pretty much on her own.
Will a full scholarship with the Illustrious Leaders program be just what she needs or is she already way out of her league? Rated M for future lemony goodness.
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She just knew she had to get out of her mother's grasp, what happens when she's lost and hurt? And what do Alice and Rosalie do when they find her? M - English - Family - Chapters: Vanishing into My Future by AnneKaye reviews With the unexpected and mysterious death of her mother, Isabella was given a life-altering gift; a way out of the abuse she endured at the hands of her husband, James. However, the new life she enters is filled with truths she may not be ready to face.
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She finds herself in Forks, Washington after running away and discovers the secrets her mother left behind. Loving parents, a hot young secretary, he's one of San Francisco's most eligible bachelors and also Vice President of Cullen, Inc. His life is perfect until he receives an unexpected phone call that changes everything. Edward got scared for Bella's safety and left, he did not know Bella was pregnant. Memories of Us by 71star reviews Bella loses her husband and son in a freak accident.
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I dream things that never were and say why not. Daley and some other party factions feared that Hubert Humphrey could not unite the party, and so encouraged Ted Kennedy to make himself available for a draft. After the deaths of his brothers, Ted Kennedy took on the role of a surrogate father for his 13 nephews and nieces. Following Republican Richard Nixon 's victory in November, Kennedy was widely assumed to be the front-runner for the Democratic nomination.
Long by a 31—26 margin to become Senate Majority Whip , the youngest person to attain that position. The reluctance was in part due to the danger; Kennedy reportedly observed, "I know that I'm going to get my ass shot off one day, and I don't want to.
He was hosting a party that he gave for the Boiler Room Girls , a group of young women who had worked on his brother Robert's ill-fated presidential campaign. Driving a Oldsmobile Delmont 88 , he attempted to cross the Dike Bridge which did not have a guardrail at that time. Kennedy lost control of his vehicle and crashed in the Poucha Pond inlet, which was a tidal channel on Chappaquiddick Island.
Kennedy escaped from the overturned vehicle, and, by his description, dove below the surface seven or eight times, vainly attempting to reach and rescue Kopechne. Ultimately, he swam to shore and left the scene, with Kopechne still trapped inside the vehicle. Kennedy did not report the accident to authorities until the next morning, by which time Kopechne's body had already been discovered. A week after the incident, Kennedy pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of an accident and was given a suspended sentence of two months in jail.
In January , an inquest into Kopechne's death was held in Edgartown, Massachusetts. Boyle, concluded that some aspects of Kennedy's story of that night were not true, and that negligent driving "appears to have contributed" to the death of Kopechne. In February , President Nixon proposed health insurance reform—an employer mandate to offer private health insurance if employees volunteered to pay 25 percent of premiums, federalization of Medicaid for the poor with dependent minor children, and support for health maintenance organizations.
The death of Mary Jo Kopechne in the Chappaquiddick incident had greatly hindered Kennedy's future presidential prospects,  and shortly after the incident he declared that he would not be a candidate in the U. In May of that year he decided not to, saying he needed "breathing time" to gain more experience and to take care of the children of his brothers and that in sum, "It feels wrong in my gut. In , Kennedy's year-old son Edward Kennedy, Jr. On several occasions, she entered facilities for treatment of alcoholism and emotional strain.
In addition, she was arrested for drunk driving after a traffic accident. In February , President Nixon proposed more comprehensive health insurance reform—an employer mandate to offer private health insurance if employees volunteered to pay 25 percent of premiums, replacement of Medicaid by state-run health insurance plans available to all with income-based premiums and cost sharing, and replacement of Medicare with a new federal program that eliminated the limit on hospital days, added income-based out-of-pocket limits, and added outpatient prescription drug coverage.
In the wake of the Watergate scandal , Kennedy pushed campaign finance reform ; he was a leading force behind passage of the Federal Election Campaign Act Amendments of , which set contribution limits and established public financing for presidential elections. Kennedy had initially opposed busing schoolchildren across racial lines , but grew to support the practice as it became a focal point of civil rights efforts.
Arthur Garrity ordered the Boston School Committee in to racially integrate Boston's public schools via busing, Kennedy made a surprise appearance at a September anti-busing rally in City Hall Plaza to express the need for peaceful dialogue and was met with extreme hostility. Kennedy Federal Building and went so far as to push against one of its glass walls and break it.
Kennedy was again much talked about as a contender in the U. He defeated a primary challenger who was angry at his support for school busing in Boston. The Carter administration years were difficult for Kennedy; he had been the most important Democrat in Washington ever since his brother Robert's death, but now Carter was, and Kennedy at first did not have a full committee chairmanship with which to wield influence.
Kennedy and his wife Joan separated in , although they still staged joint appearances at some public events. As a candidate, Carter had proposed health care reform that included key features of Kennedy's national health insurance bill, but in December , President Carter told Kennedy his bill must be changed to preserve a large role for private insurance companies, minimize federal spending precluding payroll tax financing , and be phased-in so as to not interfere with Carter's paramount domestic policy objective—balancing the federal budget.
In May , Kennedy proposed a new bipartisan universal national health insurance bill—choice of competing federally regulated private health insurance plans with no cost sharing financed by income-based premiums via an employer mandate and individual mandate, replacement of Medicaid by government payment of premiums to private insurers, and enhancement of Medicare by adding prescription drug coverage and eliminating premiums and cost sharing.
Kennedy finally decided to seek the Democratic nomination in the presidential election by launching an unusual, insurgent campaign against the incumbent Carter. A midsummer poll showed that Democrats preferred Kennedy over Carter by a 5-to-3 margin. Kennedy's campaign staff was disorganized and Kennedy was initially an ineffective campaigner.
Patrick's Day Parade in Chicago, Kennedy had to wear a bullet-proof vest due to assassination threats, and hecklers yelled "Where's Mary Jo? With little mathematical hope of winning the nomination and polls showing another likely defeat in the New York primary, Kennedy prepared to withdraw from the race.
Although Carter now had enough delegates to clinch the nomination,  Kennedy carried his campaign on to the Democratic National Convention in August in New York, hoping to pass a rule there that would free delegates from being bound by primary results and open the convention.
For me, a few hours ago, this campaign came to an end. For all those whose cares have been our concern, the work goes on, the cause endures, the hope still lives, and the dream shall never die. The Madison Square Garden audience reacted with wild applause and demonstrations for half an hour. The election saw the Republicans capture not just the presidency but control of the Senate as well, and Kennedy was in the minority party for the first time in his career. Kennedy did not dwell upon his presidential loss,  but instead reaffirmed his public commitment to American liberalism.
In January , Ted and Joan Kennedy announced they were getting a divorce. Kennedy easily defeated Republican businessman Ray Shamie to win re-election in Kennedy's staff drew up detailed plans for a candidacy in the presidential election that he considered, but with his family opposed and his realization that the Senate was a fully satisfying career, in late he decided not to run.
Kennedy staged a tiring, dangerous, and high-profile trip to South Africa in January Although Kennedy was an accomplished legislator, his personal life was troubled during this time. After again considering a candidacy for the presidential election ,  influenced by his personal difficulties and family concerns, and content with remaining in the Senate,   in December Kennedy publicly cut short any talk that he might run.
But the pursuit of the presidency is not my life. By now Kennedy had become what colleague Joe Biden termed "the best strategist in the Senate," who always knew when best to move legislation.
Robert Bork's America is a land in which women would be forced into back-alley abortions, blacks would sit at segregated lunch counters, rogue police could break down citizens' doors in midnight raids, schoolchildren could not be taught about evolution, writers and artists could be censored at the whim of the Government, and the doors of the Federal courts would be shut on the fingers of millions of citizens The incendiary rhetoric of what became known as the "Robert Bork's America" speech enraged Bork supporters, who considered it slanderous, and worried some Democrats as well.
During the presidential election, Kennedy supported the eventual Democratic nominee, Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis , from the start of the campaign. Malone in the easiest race of his career. In Kennedy co-sponsored an amendment to the Fair Housing Act of , which prohibits discrimination in the rental, sale, marketing, and financing of the nation's housing; the amendment strengthened the ability of the Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity to enforce the Act and expanded the protected classes to include disabled persons and families with children.
Kennedy's personal life came to dominate his image. In paparazzi stalked him on a vacation in Europe and photographed him having sex on a motorboat. After reminiscing about his brother-in-law, Kennedy was restless and maudlin when he left for a late-night visit to a local bar.
He got his son Patrick and nephew William Kennedy Smith to accompany him. Cassone said that Ted Kennedy subsequently walked in on her and Patrick, who was dressed only in a nightshirt and had a weird look on his face. Wade , but the nomination appeared headed for success.
Kennedy was hamstrung by his past reputation and the ongoing developments in the William Kennedy Smith case. Biographer Adam Clymer rated Kennedy's silence during the Thomas hearings as the worst moment of his Senate career.
Due to the Palm Beach media attention and the Thomas hearings, Kennedy's public image suffered. Kennedy School of Government , Kennedy sought to begin a political recovery, saying: I realize that I alone am responsible for them, and I am the one who must confront them. Simpson murder case three years later. Kennedy and Reggie continued their relationship and he was devoted to her two children, Curran and Caroline.
Kennedy had no further presidential ambitions. Despite having initially backed former fellow Massachusetts Senator Paul Tsongas in the Democratic presidential primaries , Kennedy formed a good relationship with Democratic President Bill Clinton upon the latter taking office in Senate election in Massachusetts , Kennedy faced his first serious challenger, the young, telegenic, and very well-funded Mitt Romney.
Kennedy's mother Rose died in January at the age of From then on, Kennedy intensified the practice of his Catholic faith, often attending Mass several times a week. Kennedy's role as a liberal lion in the Senate came to the fore in , when the Republican Revolution took control and legislation intending to fulfill the Contract with America was coming from Newt Gingrich 's House of Representatives. In , Kennedy secured an increase in the minimum wage , which was one of his favorite issues;  there would not be another increase for ten years.
Following the failure of the Clinton health care plan, Kennedy went against his past strategy and sought incremental measures instead. Kennedy was a stalwart backer of President Clinton during the Lewinsky scandal , often trying to cheer up the president when he was gloomiest and getting him to add past Kennedy staffer Greg Craig to his defense team, which helped improve the president's fortunes. On July 16, , Kennedy's nephew John F. But like his father, he had every gift but length of years.
Teddy, the baby of the family, who had grown into a man who could sometimes be dissolute and reckless, had become the steady, indispensable patriarch, the one the family turned to in good times and bad. Kennedy had an easy time with his re-election to the Senate in , as Republican lawyer and entrepreneur Jack E. Robinson III was sufficiently damaged by his past personal record that Republican state party officials refused to endorse him.
During the long, disputed post-presidential election battle in Florida in , Kennedy supported Vice President Al Gore 's legal actions.
In reaction to the attacks, Kennedy was a supporter of the American-led overthrow of the Taliban government in Afghanistan. However, Kennedy strongly opposed the Iraq War from the start, and was one of 23 senators voting against the Iraq War Resolution in October Despite the strained relationship between Kennedy and Bush over No Child Left Behind spending, the two attempted to work together again on extending Medicare to cover prescription drug benefits.
In the Democratic Party presidential primaries , Kennedy campaigned heavily for fellow Massachusetts Senator John Kerry  and lent his chief of staff, Mary Beth Cahill , to the Kerry campaign. Kennedy's appeal was effective among blue collar and minority voters, and helped Kerry stage a come-from-behind win in the Iowa caucuses that propelled him on to the Democratic nomination.
After Bush won a second term in the general election , Kennedy continued to oppose him on Iraq and many other issues. The "McCain-Kennedy bill" did not reach a Senate vote, but provided a template for further attempts at dealing comprehensively with legalization, guest worker programs , and border enforcement components. Kennedy returned again with the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of , which was sponsored by an ideologically diverse, bipartisan group of senators  and had strong support from the Bush administration.
In , a Cessna Citation in which Kennedy was flying lost electrical power after being struck by lightning and had to be diverted.
Kennedy initially stated that he would support John Kerry again if he were to make another bid for president in , but in January , Kerry said he would not make a second attempt for the White House. When Dodd withdrew from the race, Kennedy became dissatisfied with the tone of the Clinton campaign and what he saw as racially tinged remarks by Bill Clinton. On May 17, , Kennedy suffered a seizure , which was followed by a second seizure as he was being rushed from the Kennedy Compound to Cape Cod Hospital and then by helicopter to Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
Doctors initially informed Kennedy that the tumor was inoperable, but Kennedy followed standard procedure and sought other opinions. He decided to follow the most aggressive and exhausting course of treatment possible. Allan Friedman while Kennedy was conscious to minimize any permanent neurological effects—was deemed successful in its goals. The operation and follow-up treatments left Kennedy thinner, prone to additional seizures, weak and short on energy, and hurt his balance.
Against the advice of some associates,   he insisted on appearing during the first night of the Democratic National Convention on August 25, , where a video tribute to him was played. Introduced by his niece Caroline Kennedy , the senator said, "It is so wonderful to be here. So, with Barack Obama and for you and for me, our country will be committed to his cause. The work begins anew. The hope rises again. And the dream lives on.
On September 26, , Kennedy suffered a mild seizure while at home in Hyannis Port; he immediately went to the hospital, was examined and released later that same day.
Doctors believed that a change in his medication triggered the seizure. On January 20, , Kennedy attended Barack Obama's presidential inauguration , but then suffered a seizure at the luncheon immediately afterwards.
He was taken by wheelchair from the Capitol building and then by ambulance to Washington Hospital Center. He was released from the hospital the following morning, and he returned to his home in Washington, D. When the th Congress began, Kennedy dropped his spot on the Senate Judiciary Committee to focus all his attentions on national health care issues, which he regarded as "the cause of my life". However, Kennedy's tumor had spread by spring and treatments for it were no longer effective; this information was not disclosed to the public.
In His Own Words. Fifteen months after he was initially diagnosed with brain cancer, Kennedy succumbed to the disease on August 25, , at age 77 at his home in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. President Obama said that Kennedy's death marked the "passing of an extraordinary leader"  and that he and First Lady Michelle Obama were "heartbroken" to learn of his passing,  while Vice President Biden said "today we lost a truly remarkable man,"  and that Kennedy "changed the circumstances of tens of millions of Americans".
She went on, "Given our political differences, people are sometimes surprised how close Ronnie and I have been to the Kennedy family. I will miss him. There were also tributes from outside politics. Before a Boston Red Sox game, flags at Fenway Park were flown at half-staff and " Taps " was performed as players stood along the baselines,  and the Yankees observed a moment of silence for Kennedy before a game at Yankee Stadium.
Kennedy Library in Boston, Massachusetts, where it lay in repose  and where over 50, members of the public filed by to pay their respects. Bush also representing his father, former President George H. Bush , who decided not to attend ,  along with Vice President Biden, three former Vice presidents, 58 senators, 21 former senators, many members of the House of Representatives, and several foreign dignitaries. Kennedy's remains were returned to Washington, D.
True Compass , the memoir that Kennedy worked on throughout his illness, was published three weeks after his death. A special election was scheduled for January 19, , for the U.
Senate seat from Massachusetts left vacant by Kennedy's death. Senate vacancy, for a term expiring upon the special election. Kirk , former Democratic National Committee chairman and former aide to Kennedy, was appointed to occupy the Senate seat until the completion of the special election.
Brown's victory ended the vote supermajority in the Senate that the Democrats had held since mid, and appeared to spell the end for health care reform legislation. Kennedy III , becoming a member of the House. Clinton of Princeton University and Simon Jackman and Doug Rivers of Stanford University examined some of the difficulties in making this kind of analysis, and found Kennedy likely to be the 8th-toth-most liberal Senator during the th Congress.
For —, Kennedy's average ratings were as follows: Various interest groups gave Kennedy scores or grades as to how well his votes aligned with the positions of each group. When Kennedy died in August , he was the second-most senior member of the Senate after President pro tempore Robert Byrd of West Virginia and the third longest-serving senator of all time, behind Byrd and Strom Thurmond of South Carolina.
Later that same year, he was passed by Daniel Inouye of Hawaii. During his tenure, Kennedy became one of the most recognizable and influential members of his party and was sometimes called a "Democratic icon"  as well as "The Lion of the Senate". Bush , at least half of the successful proposals put forward by the Senate Democratic policy makers came out of Kennedy's Labor and Human Resources Committee.
Bush administration had significant involvement from Kennedy. When we have worked together, he has been a skillful, fair and generous partner. Despite his bipartisan legislative practices, Kennedy was a polarizing symbol of American liberalism for many years.
After Robert Kennedy's assassination in , Ted Kennedy was the most prominent living member of the Kennedy family and the last surviving son of Joseph P. Kennedy and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy. Kennedy had said in , "Just as I went into politics because Joe died, if anything happened to me tomorrow, my brother Bobby would run for my seat in the Senate.
And if Bobby died, Teddy would take over for him. Kennedy has grown old in public, his victories, defeats and human contradictions played out across the decades in the public glare.
He was a celebrity, sometimes a self-parody, a hearty friend, an implacable foe, a man of large faith and large flaws, a melancholy character who persevered, drank deeply and sang loudly.
He was a Kennedy. Senator Kennedy received many awards and honors over the years. Presidential Medal of Freedom , the Order of the Merit of Chile , and honorary degrees from a number of institutions including Harvard University.
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