Politics of Government. Part 1: Law and Politics. What is the Authority of Law?. U.S. Constitution: Supreme Law of Land Congress Passes laws codified as statutes Delegates authority to Federal Agencies to Implement law. Serve a particular interest or constituency.
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Part 1: Law and Politics
Qualifications of candidate or platform
Scandals & Corruptions
Dissatisfaction with GOP platform
Support for presidential policies
War in Iraq, Economy, &/or Same sex marriages
Based upon Prelim exit polls by National Election Pool (Edison Media Research)
1) Is the separation of power doctrine effective when it comes to ethical misconduct and corruption within the executive branch and Congress. Explain your answer.
2) Who should have the authority to appoint the IC: the Attorney General, members of Congress, and/or the Judiciary.
3) What types of limits should be placed upon the scope of investigations by the IC and do any of the proposals adequately address the problem.
Part 2: Reform, Reconciliation, & Renewal
What does this mean economically?
What does this mean politically?