1. Who/what has been consistently favored in Roberts court decisions? Cite evidence to support your answer. The liberals since the liberal party is the majority than the conservative in the judicial court ruling over every conservative ruling of even small case.
2. What is precedent and in what ways has the Roberts court largely made rulings based on precedent? Precedent is the previous establishment of the previous case which affects the choice of the cases in the future. The rulings have gone towards the liberal sides making rules about certain laws that liberal party congress member rule upon to make of law.
3. What strategy(ies) might the President pursue to see greater success in the Court? The strategy that the president may use would be the media to cover the choices of the people to go to certain sides of the choices that the judicial branch makes upon the laws to be passed by the rule of four.
4. Which Justice is considered the “swing vote” on the court and why? Justice Kennedy is the "swing vote" because there is already a 4 to 4 ratio of the conservative and liberal which Kennedy makes the 6 to 6 judicial vote.
5.Is there discernible bias in the way this article was written? Why, or why not? The article was written in the view of a conservative to help decrease the help many liberals receive in their vote to the upcoming laws that are against many of Obama's choices of laws that he will or will not veto against the court ruling.
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.
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1. The article explains why Gallup chose a 13-year comparison. Do the historical events of this period explain the changes in public opinion? Why or why not? Yes it does since the change of ideas and problems to change first. The the shift in problems for others have shifted from governmental taxation to Gay and Lesbian rights of marriage.
2. Examine the chart comparing Democrats' and Republicans' levels of satisfaction. Do these results coincide with your expectations (based on the textbooks' depiction of American liberalism and conservatism)? Why or why not? Yes they do since the republicans have their own likes and dislikes and vice-versa, for the democrats. The changes and laws placed that are new will effect the mind shifts of the people of the certain party that would affect their future.
3. Based on these results, which public policy changes are likely to be supported by each party? The Military and terrorist defensive increased by both parties to lessen the fear of their lives. The future and safety of the country is their first priority.
4. The sampling error for this poll is +/- 4%. What does this mean, and how might it impact your interpretation of the data presented? It isn't too much of a sampling error that affects the data by the error. The 4% doesn't effect much of the side i believe in as i see the data well built in how the percentage of the both parties was taken.
1. How is an interest group (the NRA) exercising its influence on this appointment? They show how the constitutuinal right of bareing arms is being excluded and aken away from many. What are the NRA’s specific concerns with this nominee? That with the nominee, maybe gun control may be accepted. The acceptence of that bill would enrage republicans.
2. What is at stake for Senators, and where is the concern greatest? The stake is their position in the senate. The senators do not want their people to not renominate them back into office after a bill that passes that take away the right of the poeple.
3. How does the President/White House play a role in the confirmation process? They have the right to veto the law and spread their idea to the people in how they believe what should happen to the people's rights.
4. What strategies could the White House pursue in relation to this appointment? The white house could follow upon their idea which is taken over democractically to help pass the bill with power of influence to the voters.
Why did the White House learn from recent nominations that were not confirmed? The recent happenings will not control the loss of right to bare arms. Those happenings happen because of life. Just like a pencil doesnt write its own page, so that means the gun doesnt kill people, people kill people. This is the mind set of the Republicans which is very true.
(CNN) - The Lone Star state held its primary contests Tuesday, kicking off the 2014 election season with two top Republicans guarding their seats in Congress against conservative challengers and gubernatorial candidates Wendy Davis and Greg Abbott ready to square o...
With the Republican Party overtaking the Texas government, many Republican senators have to campiagn in order to even compete and stay in their chair or new senators to take thier chairs with many third party canidates seemingly increasing to the senate. Two of the running senators even pledge to go rn for the 2016 U.S. Capital, to run for president of corse. The new Republican party emerging from the Lone star state to pledge to run for president. What im thinking of what will happen is that maybe oin 2016, the new Republican canidates maybe the the new upcoming Republican president for that year. The new year for Republican to take the government that year.
Why has President Obama chosen to enact an executive order regarding pay of federal employees? With the law coming into place, it would help the steady increase of jobs that would help many people who have been discriminated from government contractors who have been payed less to work for them than the minimum wage which would encourage other companies to increase their wages. What are the limitations on Obama’s executive order and executive orders in general? he can not just pass the law under the dislikes of others as the republican still disagrees with the idea of the president having so much executive power that will pass the law. The president may have a white house approval but can not pass the law on his own. What criticism is being levied against presidents’ use of executive orders? The criticism of the republican party calling him too power hungry which is causing an argument with the gay rights movement group which is arguing to the president not wanting to pass the law. What is the criticism of this specific executive order? The criticism of the order is the president following and supporting gay rights and woman's rights. What policy area has the White House chosen not to address with executive orders? The have chosen not to let the idea of the white house of supporting gay rights groups and ideas. Why might the Obama administration be hesitant to address this area? Many of the administration may not support gay rights as much as others which would ruin their job with the president himself.
1. Based on this article, what would you say that the media is looking for in an ideal candidate for 2016? Is it the same for both parties? The conservitave side is the new side that has been wanting to be used and hired for the new seat of the White House. The conservitive side is wanted for the both parties to maybe have a chance to help control the economy.
2. To what extent is Sabato focused on the issues (platform) of the candidates? What the disadvantages and advantages are for the runnign canidates for the points they they will attack and what they will focu on.
3. Sabato refers to the “permanent presidential campaign.” What does this mean, and what are the implications for government? The permanent campaign is the non stop of action being attacked. The new canidates will keep running for their own worries and ideas, not for the people.
4. Do you think that there is an advantage to being identified as an early leader in the presidential race? Why or why not? Yes, the earlier you come out, the earlier your ideas spread to the people about your campaign run.
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...
What is gerrymandering and how did it get its name? Gerrymandering is a practice in which politicians find ways to find the right kind of voters in their districts by drawing certain pictures on maps which showed the true powers of voters and what they followed in their candidates ideas.
What are some of the characteristics of redrawn districts? The characteristics are a salamander for power and fear, a man flexing his muscles for pride and strength, a pterodactyls broken wing for the weakness, a split coffee cup for its vast spread of the district, and a pair of ear muffs that showed the stubborn group that would stay to its own techniques.
When are House seats reapportioned? Every two years they are reappointed.
What is a potential solution to gerrymandering provided in the video? Gerrymandering is a showcase of criticizing the districts and how they work. The solution would be to quit the criticizing that may inflict future problems to party members as they would be bashed on.
What implications would this have for an incumbents’ future reelection? The more the gerrymandering continues, it has the chance to show the bad vibe an incumbent may seem. The bashing on other parties may cause the mind set of a voter to change to the party that is getting pain inflicted to it.
Are there any similarities that can be drawn between potential outcomes with the Electoral College and gerrymandering? If so, describe. Gerrymandering comes from both parties of the electoral college as they are the ones who control their districts and how they are speaking of other parties in different ways that would cause problems. Yes, the electoral college does have connection to the gerrymandering that is a fight between both parties and maybe even secondary parties.
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