1)The Robert courts rulings are usually in the benefit of the business interests and bad for the Obama administration. Some examples are the voting right act in which federal overseeing is required for states that are suspects of discrimination. Another is that the court made it hard to sue people the makers of dangerous drugs and employers accused of workplace discrimination.
2)A precedent is an earlier ruling made by the court that is regarded as an example or guide to be considered in subsequent similar circumstances. Examples are largely found in the business cases where the court doesn't make new laws, and not allow plaintiffs to regulate them.
3)The president none existent success comes from the different ideologies that the courts have. A way that the president can mitigate the difference in ideology is by getting a new solicitor general that has more connection with the supreme courts members.
4)The justice that is considered to be easy to sway would have to be Justice Kennedy. Justice Kennedy has been know to affiliate with the four members of the conservative justice and also with the other four liberal justice. Because of him the health care act was passed and implemented however he also has allowed the conservatives to expand on the rights of the business over the people, showing the ability of people to sway him.
5) For the most part this article stays away from its opinion and biases. Al thought there are some clear instances where you can tell the authors of the article are liberal because they like to pull the gay marriage unfairness and condemns the Roberts Supreme court for not doing anything about it.
Video on msnbc.com: The age-old practice of politicians re-drawing Congressional districts to find friendly voters, or, gerrymandering, has allowed members of the House of Representatives from both sides of the aisle to stay in power regardless of...
The founding father Alberge Gary drew a salamander looking district in 1912 to win the elections. This happens every two years house members get reelected. They gave an electronic randomize that would set district line by using algorithms that are based on geography and population. This would deny them getting to set district boundaries to win majority in the house every two years. But it would also give an advantage to the other party as well. Yeah the people don't get to say much. It is mainly the politician in the background who are controlling the process. This isn't a true representative system just like the electoral college.
1) I think the media is looking for a candidate that's is popular with the people. So one who can appel to the citizens. Also some one who is photogenic. I definatly think that this applies for both parties, however the republicans are not doing a very good job as Clinton is. 2) I honestly think he dies t really care about the platform the candidates are running on. Sure he does mention here and there but if he actually cared, he would have mention playforms for every single candidate. Which he did not. 3) Permenante presidential campaign means that in today's world, filled with technology that can infor the people of everything in a moments notice, that people are canpaning all the time. Knowing or not. This I think is a good thing because it lets us see how candidates really are. 4) I think there is and isn't at the same time. Some addvantages include more exposure and getting more backing. However people will get sick if you are in the spot light too much. The more exposure is also a double edg sword. It doesn't have to be good exposure.
Texas remains a Republican-leaning state because its white residents are becoming increasingly Republican and its large Hispanic population, though solidly Democratic, is less so than Hispanics nationally.
1) Democrats are hopeful of a party realignment because of the large population of Hispanics. Throughout the country majority of Hispanics lean Democratic. This couple with the ever increasing of the Hispanic population makes the Democratic party hopeful for a future change.
2) Party identification in Texas for the Hispanic population is slightly increasing towards the republican, contrary to the left side. However, the majority of Hispanics still lean to the Democratic support. But there is a trend in the Democratic party of decreasing Hispanic support, not only in Texas but in the nation also.
3) Although most of the current Hispanic population of Texas is leaning left to the Democratic party, there is still a large majority of non-Hispanic that are self affiliated with the republican party.Also a majority of Hispanic do not vote. This coupled with the slight lean of Hispanic slight support changing from Democratic to Republican, the article tells us, that a party re aliment is improbable. It important to vote.
4) They conducted a random sample of 178,527 adults, aged 18 and older, living in all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia for the nationalized sample.This was done over the phone. They also gave and took into consideration the percent error. The people asked also were weighted to correct for unequal selection probability, non response, and double coverage of land line and cell users in the two sampling frames.
1.The NRA are exercising its influence on politics by making some Democrats vote "no" for the appointment of Dr. Vivek H. Murthy. They are doing this by not supporting and campaigning against some Democrats senator in states where the race is very close. They are worried, because of Dr. Vivek views, that he will have some kind of influence on making anti gun policies.
2.If the senators don't comply with the NRA wishes, the NRA will not supporting and campaigning against them in election that are pretty near from today. This could mean a loss in a very tight race for some Democrat senators.
3. The president gets to choose who he want in a certain organization. In this case the organization in hand is surgeon general. Although he gets to pick a person to run that organization, first congress must approve of this. This is where the Mr.Obama is having some difficulties.
4.The white house could try to negotiate something with the NRA head of staff and convince them that this guy will not try to create law regarding gun control. Or they could agree for the government to give support to the group. They also could swap this guy for someone that's less vocal about their gun view points. That they don't actually need all the support, just enough to get the majority.
1)The founding fathers did not want congress to have too much power in electing the president. However they also did not want to let the people choose because they're uneducated or will pick people from local regions and not have a decisive majority and giving to much power to the states with bigger population.
2) The candidates go for the big states and hope to get the majority. These states California, New York, Texas, Florida, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Ohio,Michigan, New Jersey, North Carolina, Georgia and Virginia. Safe states allow candidates to not be as active in that community because they are sure they will get their vote in the electoral college.
3) If there is a tie or none of the candidates gets the require 270 votes to win the election, the House of Representatives gets to decide who wins.Each states House delegation can cast one vote for one of the top three candidates.
4) The 2000 election put a spot light on the electoral college because even though candidate Al Gore won the popular vote in the united states, Bush got elected president. This is because of the winner take all system place in the electoral college. This cause people to wonder if they were really getting represented.
5) Honestly I am not a fan of the electoral college. However if i were to decide if i were to keep it or to get rid of it, I would defiantly keep the electoral college. This mainly because I cant think of a away to replace the problem without out sourcing the smalls states.
More Americans today are satisfied with where the nation stands on acceptance of gays and lesbians, federal taxes, and healthcare availability than were satisfied in 2001. But Americans' satisfaction with the economy has declined.
1)Yes of the historical events have changed the public opinion. One example that the article give is the whole 9/11 and terrorist attacks. With the increase military surveillance on planes and all other laws to combat terrorism, people feel like they're better protected than before. Another thing that links historical events to the difference in opinion is world affairs with the invading of Afghanistan and ect.
2)Yes it does match up with what the book has informed us on the views of libertarians and conservatives. Two example that the article gives to prove my statement is the gun control laws. A majority of republicans are happy with the current gun control laws. However only 30 percent of democrats are happy with the gun laws. Another topic of that the article mention was the quality of the environment. With most Republican thinking that global warming is not a problem, we can see a large difference between the Democrats and the republicans.
3) If i had to guess the most likely public policy changes in the near future are going to be thing that both the Republicans and Democrats are no satisfied with. Thing that fall under this category are items such quality of public education, the nation effort to deal with poverty and homelessness and laws that will help the end of discrimination gays and lesbians.
4) The four percent error is that four percent of the population probably was not represented. This is because the multiple views that America has. This is not really going to affect my view on the article mainly because two things, which are that I am probably parts of the 90 percent that was represented in the pool. Also that almost everything has a percent error even science and I have learned to trust science.
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