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The United States protects its national security most directly by passing environmental laws Entering into military alliances Providing low interest loans to poor nations Signing free trade agreements with bordering nations.

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The united states protects its national security most directly by passing environmental laws

The United States protects its national security most directly by

  • passing environmental laws

  • Entering into military alliances

  • Providing low interest loans to poor nations

  • Signing free trade agreements with bordering nations

Which of these statements about presidential executive orders is true?

F. They are proposed by legislators

G. They must be approved by voters

H. They have the force of federal law

J. They can be vetoed by state governors


Objectives

Objectives:

  • Establish, explain and apply criteria useful in selecting political leaders

  • Evaluate candidates based on their qualifications, experience, speeches and advertisements.

  • Examine candidates’ promises and how they align with the offices they seek and their voting records.

  • Evaluate information and arguments from various sources

  • Identify stands taken by political parties and candidates on issues.

  • Why is any of this important?


Vocabulary quiz wednesday

Vocabulary Quiz Wednesday

  • One Big Party

    • Political Parties

    • Nominate

    • Policy

    • Majority

    • Minority

    • Platform

    • Party System

  • Candidate Evaluation

    • Endorsements

    • Opinion Polls

    • Issues

    • Contributors

    • Nonpartisan


Barack obama

Barack Obama

  • Where does he stand on the issues?

  • Leadership Skills and Qualifications

    • Harvard Law Degree

    • State Senator 2004-2008

    • 4 years as president 2008-present

  • Opinion Polls

  • Endorsements

    • Warren Buffet

    • Will Ferrell

  • Contributors

    • Microsoft

    • Comcast

    • Harvard

    • Stanford


What is obama s approval rating in year 3 what is his approval trend

What is Obama’s approval rating in year 3? What is his approval trend?


Mitt romney

Mitt Romney

  • Where does he stand on the issues?

  • Leadership Skills and Qualifications

    • Former Governor of Massachusetts

    • Businessman

  • Opinion Polls

  • Endorsements

    • George H.W. Bush

    • Cindy Crawford

  • Contributors

    • Goldman Sachs

    • Morgan Stanley

    • Bank of America


Ron paul

Ron Paul

  • Where does he stand on the issues?

  • Leadership Skills and Qualifications

    • Physician

    • U.S. Senator

  • Opinion Polls

  • Endorsements

    • Snoop Dogg

    • Andrew Napolitano

  • Contributors

    • U.S. Army, Navy, & Air Force

    • Microsoft

    • Google


Newt gingrich

Newt Gingrich

  • Where does he stand on the issues?

  • Leadership Skills and Qualifications

    • Congress 78-98

    • Speaker of the House 92-98

  • Opinion Polls

  • Endorsements

    • Rick Perry

    • Chuck Norris

  • Contributors

    • Insurance Companies

    • Financial Companies


Rick santorum

Rick Santorum

  • Where does he stand on the issues?

  • Leadership Skills and Qualifications

    • Former U.S. Senator

  • Opinion Polls

  • Endorsements

    • Rupert Murdoch

    • Religious Groups

  • Contributors

    • Blue Cross Blue Shield

    • Universal Health Services


How are the candidates doing

How are the candidates doing?


Vocabulary quiz wednesday1

Vocabulary Quiz Wednesday

  • One Big Party

    • Political Parties

    • Nominate

    • Policy

    • Majority

    • Minority

    • Platform

    • Party System

  • Candidate Evaluation

    • Endorsements

    • Opinion Polls

    • Issues

    • Contributors

    • Nonpartisan


Objectives1

Objectives:

  • Establish, explain and apply criteria useful in selecting political leaders

  • Evaluate candidates based on their qualifications, experience, speeches and advertisements.

  • Examine candidates’ promises and how they align with the offices they seek and their voting records.

  • Evaluate information and arguments from various sources

  • Identify stands taken by political parties and candidates on issues.

  • Why is any of this important?


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