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The Trump Political Agenda and the Misinformation Campaign

The rough draft should follow the format listed below. Each item in your rough draft represents a different section of your paper.

Introduction (with a thesis)


Various Perspectives on the Issue



Proper grammar and spelling required
Rough Drafts should be written in Microsoft Word
Rough Drafts must contain at least 8-12 pages excluding the title page and bibliography.
Rough Drafts must follow APA format

Please add sources/references as necessary.

Gun Control Act 1968/Federalism

This paper is on the Gun Control Act of 1968.

It is important to remember that your paper should focus on a specific policy and that your paper will need to address the following components:
    Historical and constitutional basis for the American governments structure
    The system of checks and balances
    The various roles (e.g., public opinion, media, special interest groups, etc.) concerning public policy and elections
    The voting system and election process

Once you have found a topic that interests you, you will begin the research for your Final Paper this week. In addition to establishing your topic and the thesis for your paper, you will also provide an Annotated for four of the sources you intend to utilize to support your Final Paper. Each annotation should be a minimum of one full paragraph (five sentences) in length and should explain what the source discusses and how this links to y

American Goverment

You are to find an article published in any newspaper, magazine, or credible online resource in the last two months regarding the balance of power between the state and Federal government. The article can discuss any issue (budgets, security, etc.) but it must include coverage of how the US Federal and state governments interact, or share power--and remember that sharing power can lead to either cooperation or conflict. Points will be awarded for this activity as follows:

You are to write a 350-word essay on the article. Your essay must include a summary of what the article says (in your own words), and answer these questions:

Is this an example of cooperative Federalism, or conflicting Federalism? Explain your answer.

Which of the five Federalism powers involved here (express, implied, etc.)? Explain your answer.

Are any kinds of grants involved? If so, what kind, and how much?

Is there a clear "winner" here-- the states, the Federal government, neit

Lobbying and Policy Making in the EU

Answer one question only
1.    Is outside lobbying inherently less successful than inside lobbying? Discuss with reference to at least two case studies.
2.    Access to EU institutions is biased in favour of business groups. Discuss.
3.    Business actors are more successful than NGOs in influencing EU policy- making. Do you agree?
4.    Why and under what conditions do interest groups lobby in coalition?
5.    How effective have EU actions and measures been in alleviating existing biases in the system of interest intermediation?
6.    How does salience affect lobbying in the EU?

Political Culture and Negotiation in the Middle East

My topic is Did pan-arabism influence diplomatic outcomes in Egypt-Syria ?"

Is that Pan Arabism has not shown itelf all that powerful, judging by the divisions and ineffectivness in Egypt-Syria ?

to start by talking about the arab league, then develop abour egypt, then syria and then develop the relationship between Nassar and Syria.

Please refer to instructions

In a discussion about the distribution and use of Remdesivir for the treatment of COVID-19 during the Democracy Now segment, Amy Goodman asks Achal Prabhala, "who profits, who gets access, and how important is this drug? How does Prabhala respond? What are the parallels between access to Remdesivir and access to COVID-19 vaccines?

Agenda Setting

Required Resources
Read/review the following resources for this activity:

Textbook: Chapter 11 (Provided)
Week 7 Lesson (Provided)
Minimum of 1 scholarly source (in addition to the textbook)
Initial Post Instructions
Agenda setting can be a difficult task in government. Why? Who do you consider an important agenda-setter in government? How does this participant help set the agenda? Give an example of an attempt at agenda-setting in government. Was it successful? Why or why not? Consider how factors such as culture, political positions, etc., might impact your own or the agenda-setters' priorities.

Use evidence (cite sources) to support your response from assigned readings or online lessons and at least one outside scholarly source.

Policy Issue

You are a lobbyist for an issue that you find important. For example, you would like to see the banning of smoking in federal buildings (Note: This policy has already been enacted.) You are going to make an informational pamphlet to highlight your points to prominent members of Congress. Research members of Congress that you will target in your lobbying. Explain why these members are critical to your goal. Make a plan of action and produce a pamphlet supporting your cause. Who will you be reaching out to? Why? Write a cover letter to a Congressional member and include your reasoning for reaching out to them in particular in the letter. Remember a lobbyist is only as good as the information they provide. A lobbyist who provides incomplete or unreliable information will soon be unemployed, or lose access to officials.

Cover letter should:

Follow a standard business format
Correctly address your Congressperson
Use the correct postal address
Explain y

Week 8 Blog POL 100

Imagine you are a political writer with your own blog. You write about current events and what they mean for the U.S. government and its citizens. For this blog post you will choose an event from the last three months involving U.S. political issues or policies related to one of the following:

The U.S. President.
Administrative departments.
Political activists.
Judicial rulings.
A campaign.
An election.
Next, choose one reputable news source that has reported on your chosen event. Be sure it is a news source that offers well-written and well-researched news. It is recommended that you choose from one of the following news sources:

Liberal leaning news: The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, Vox, HuffPost, Politico, CNN, Time Magazine.
Conservative leaning news: National Review, The Washington Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Federalist, Fox Online News, Washington Examiner.
Centrist News: NPR Online News (National P

Week 9 Activity POL 100

Activity: A Policy You Would Change
This brief activity will serve as preparation for your last assignment, which is due next week.

If you could change any U.S. domestic policy today, what would it be? For this activity, choose a policy you would like to change, submit a brief explanation of the policy you would like to change, and identify three references to support this policy change. This is the same policy you will use to write your Final Reflection assignment (due next week).

Your policy choice will need to be approved by your instructor before you begin your Final Reflection assignment. Approval will be provided through your rubric score for this activity, after it has been submitted. If your policy and/or references are not approved you will need to read the instructor feedback and provide an updated policy and/or references to be approved before submitting your final assignment.

Here are just a few examples of domestic public policies to choose from:<
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