Government homework help

Grad
Masters
The Statutes
Research, review, and analyze Anti-Miscegenation Statutes in the United States and choose two relevant cases. Then, write a 4–5 page paper in which you:
Analyze and evaluate each case independently by providing the following (about two paragraphs per case):
Facts of the case.
Issues.
Rule.
Compare and contrast both cases in regard to the Anti-Miscegenation Statutes.
Analyze how this statute could have influenced Brown v. Board of Education, 347 U.S. 483 (1954) and the Fourteenth Amendment.
Explain the significance of this statute to the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).
This course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
The specific course learning outcome associated with this assignment is:
Research cases, laws, and other legal communications using the “case” approach to the U.S. legal system to assess legal decisions.

Government homework help

Grad
Masters
The Statutes
Research, review, and analyze Anti-Miscegenation Statutes in the United States and choose two relevant cases. Then, write a 4–5 page paper in which you:
Analyze and evaluate each case independently by providing the following (about two paragraphs per case):
Facts of the case.
Issues.
Rule.
Compare and contrast both cases in regard to the Anti-Miscegenation Statutes.
Analyze how this statute could have influenced Brown v. Board of Education, 347 U.S. 483 (1954) and the Fourteenth Amendment.
Explain the significance of this statute to the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).
This course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
The specific course learning outcome associated with this assignment is:
Research cases, laws, and other legal communications using the “case” approach to the U.S. legal system to assess legal decisions.

Government homework help

Grad
Masters
The Statutes
Research, review, and analyze Anti-Miscegenation Statutes in the United States and choose two relevant cases. Then, write a 4–5 page paper in which you:
Analyze and evaluate each case independently by providing the following (about two paragraphs per case):
Facts of the case.
Issues.
Rule.
Compare and contrast both cases in regard to the Anti-Miscegenation Statutes.
Analyze how this statute could have influenced Brown v. Board of Education, 347 U.S. 483 (1954) and the Fourteenth Amendment.
Explain the significance of this statute to the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).
This course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
The specific course learning outcome associated with this assignment is:
Research cases, laws, and other legal communications using the “case” approach to the U.S. legal system to assess legal decisions.

Government homework help

 
In Chapter 4, Fiscal Federalism, the authors spend a great deal of time discussing the various revenue structures of local, state, and the federal government.
Much of the conflict that takes place between citizens – liberals and conservatives; Democrats & Republicans; left-wing vs. right-wing; etc – can be traced to the definition of the role of government. At a base level, government exists to guarantee the security of the individual from both other individuals and other groups; without government, you have anarchy, wherein he with the might rules until supplanted by another. That said, most people in civilized society would agree that the role of government is far greater than just providing security; for example, few people would likely be in favor of abolishing all regulations regarding chemical or toxic waste discharge into waterways or airways, regardless of political persuasion. That inevitably results in the existence of government to provide services to its citizens.
In order to provide such services, there must be a revenue stream to pay for services. This week’s discussion will expand upon that thought and those provided by the authors in this Chapter.
I would like to see a robust discussion centered around the following:
1. Should the government provide services, and if so, which level of government should provide what service? Should different levels of government rely on others to provide funding for those services?
2. Who should pay for services rendered? Should all citizens pay equally, regardless of ability to pay? Are there services that should be considered a “right of civilization”, available to all regardless of income level? What about costs for issues that are of more concern to citizens in some geographic areas than others – Trump’s “wall”, for example, or cleanup of the Gulf of Mexico from the BP Deepwater spill?
3. Should all services be privatized? The military? Essential utilities such as water or sewer? How should we decide what should or should not be privatized?
4. Should the federal government have the power to require states/localities to provide services, or require those services directly upon the individual?
You may feel free to include personal political viewpoints within this discussion, but remember my earlier news posting – back up claims or statements with evidence. The importance of who pays for what is an enormous consideration in the relationship between the various levels of government, and it deserves an in-depth discussion and exploration.
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Government homework help

 
In Chapter 4, Fiscal Federalism, the authors spend a great deal of time discussing the various revenue structures of local, state, and the federal government.
Much of the conflict that takes place between citizens – liberals and conservatives; Democrats & Republicans; left-wing vs. right-wing; etc – can be traced to the definition of the role of government. At a base level, government exists to guarantee the security of the individual from both other individuals and other groups; without government, you have anarchy, wherein he with the might rules until supplanted by another. That said, most people in civilized society would agree that the role of government is far greater than just providing security; for example, few people would likely be in favor of abolishing all regulations regarding chemical or toxic waste discharge into waterways or airways, regardless of political persuasion. That inevitably results in the existence of government to provide services to its citizens.
In order to provide such services, there must be a revenue stream to pay for services. This week’s discussion will expand upon that thought and those provided by the authors in this Chapter.
I would like to see a robust discussion centered around the following:
1. Should the government provide services, and if so, which level of government should provide what service? Should different levels of government rely on others to provide funding for those services?
2. Who should pay for services rendered? Should all citizens pay equally, regardless of ability to pay? Are there services that should be considered a “right of civilization”, available to all regardless of income level? What about costs for issues that are of more concern to citizens in some geographic areas than others – Trump’s “wall”, for example, or cleanup of the Gulf of Mexico from the BP Deepwater spill?
3. Should all services be privatized? The military? Essential utilities such as water or sewer? How should we decide what should or should not be privatized?
4. Should the federal government have the power to require states/localities to provide services, or require those services directly upon the individual?
You may feel free to include personal political viewpoints within this discussion, but remember my earlier news posting – back up claims or statements with evidence. The importance of who pays for what is an enormous consideration in the relationship between the various levels of government, and it deserves an in-depth discussion and exploration.
00
 

Government homework help

 
In Chapter 4, Fiscal Federalism, the authors spend a great deal of time discussing the various revenue structures of local, state, and the federal government.
Much of the conflict that takes place between citizens – liberals and conservatives; Democrats & Republicans; left-wing vs. right-wing; etc – can be traced to the definition of the role of government. At a base level, government exists to guarantee the security of the individual from both other individuals and other groups; without government, you have anarchy, wherein he with the might rules until supplanted by another. That said, most people in civilized society would agree that the role of government is far greater than just providing security; for example, few people would likely be in favor of abolishing all regulations regarding chemical or toxic waste discharge into waterways or airways, regardless of political persuasion. That inevitably results in the existence of government to provide services to its citizens.
In order to provide such services, there must be a revenue stream to pay for services. This week’s discussion will expand upon that thought and those provided by the authors in this Chapter.
I would like to see a robust discussion centered around the following:
1. Should the government provide services, and if so, which level of government should provide what service? Should different levels of government rely on others to provide funding for those services?
2. Who should pay for services rendered? Should all citizens pay equally, regardless of ability to pay? Are there services that should be considered a “right of civilization”, available to all regardless of income level? What about costs for issues that are of more concern to citizens in some geographic areas than others – Trump’s “wall”, for example, or cleanup of the Gulf of Mexico from the BP Deepwater spill?
3. Should all services be privatized? The military? Essential utilities such as water or sewer? How should we decide what should or should not be privatized?
4. Should the federal government have the power to require states/localities to provide services, or require those services directly upon the individual?
You may feel free to include personal political viewpoints within this discussion, but remember my earlier news posting – back up claims or statements with evidence. The importance of who pays for what is an enormous consideration in the relationship between the various levels of government, and it deserves an in-depth discussion and exploration.
00
 

Government homework help

 
In Chapter 4, Fiscal Federalism, the authors spend a great deal of time discussing the various revenue structures of local, state, and the federal government.
Much of the conflict that takes place between citizens – liberals and conservatives; Democrats & Republicans; left-wing vs. right-wing; etc – can be traced to the definition of the role of government. At a base level, government exists to guarantee the security of the individual from both other individuals and other groups; without government, you have anarchy, wherein he with the might rules until supplanted by another. That said, most people in civilized society would agree that the role of government is far greater than just providing security; for example, few people would likely be in favor of abolishing all regulations regarding chemical or toxic waste discharge into waterways or airways, regardless of political persuasion. That inevitably results in the existence of government to provide services to its citizens.
In order to provide such services, there must be a revenue stream to pay for services. This week’s discussion will expand upon that thought and those provided by the authors in this Chapter.
I would like to see a robust discussion centered around the following:
1. Should the government provide services, and if so, which level of government should provide what service? Should different levels of government rely on others to provide funding for those services?
2. Who should pay for services rendered? Should all citizens pay equally, regardless of ability to pay? Are there services that should be considered a “right of civilization”, available to all regardless of income level? What about costs for issues that are of more concern to citizens in some geographic areas than others – Trump’s “wall”, for example, or cleanup of the Gulf of Mexico from the BP Deepwater spill?
3. Should all services be privatized? The military? Essential utilities such as water or sewer? How should we decide what should or should not be privatized?
4. Should the federal government have the power to require states/localities to provide services, or require those services directly upon the individual?
You may feel free to include personal political viewpoints within this discussion, but remember my earlier news posting – back up claims or statements with evidence. The importance of who pays for what is an enormous consideration in the relationship between the various levels of government, and it deserves an in-depth discussion and exploration.
00
 

Government homework help

Elaborate on his answer
 
After reading this week’s chapter I have learned that the media will provoke you to answer their questions and want you to give them a report. The director of communication’s objective is to retrieve and evaluate all information for accuracy and company regulations before it is released to the press. As the Director of Communications, I feel I can control what information I want to give to the media if its within ethical guidelines. As the public communicator, I can recommend to my employees and department what information can and to whom it should be released. Individuals must be wise regarding information that is distributed to agencies, internet and social media. The role is to ensure that all messages are consistent and conscientiously worded to make sure there is no potential negative impacts. I will not be intimidated and will dictate the flow of information always given regardless of the pressure by media. Additional information will not be disclosed unless it is beneficial to county business. “If given authority as the PIO, you can limit or increase access to agency people and to news that is not printed or distributed to all media, even to the extremes of outright favoritism or freezing out certain media” (Lee, Neeley, & Stewart, 2012). My boss should be mindful that I have a duty to perform and will not jeopardize my employment for opinions on stereotyping. My boss should feel confident of my capabilities with the education, experience and knowledge I possess. Serving as the liaison for the county communication I will volunteer to speak at press conferences and interviews on behalf of my boss if requested.
References
Lee, M., Neeley, G., & Stewart, K. (2012). The Practice Of Government Public Relations. CRC Press.
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Government homework help

Elaborate on his answer
 
After reading this week’s chapter I have learned that the media will provoke you to answer their questions and want you to give them a report. The director of communication’s objective is to retrieve and evaluate all information for accuracy and company regulations before it is released to the press. As the Director of Communications, I feel I can control what information I want to give to the media if its within ethical guidelines. As the public communicator, I can recommend to my employees and department what information can and to whom it should be released. Individuals must be wise regarding information that is distributed to agencies, internet and social media. The role is to ensure that all messages are consistent and conscientiously worded to make sure there is no potential negative impacts. I will not be intimidated and will dictate the flow of information always given regardless of the pressure by media. Additional information will not be disclosed unless it is beneficial to county business. “If given authority as the PIO, you can limit or increase access to agency people and to news that is not printed or distributed to all media, even to the extremes of outright favoritism or freezing out certain media” (Lee, Neeley, & Stewart, 2012). My boss should be mindful that I have a duty to perform and will not jeopardize my employment for opinions on stereotyping. My boss should feel confident of my capabilities with the education, experience and knowledge I possess. Serving as the liaison for the county communication I will volunteer to speak at press conferences and interviews on behalf of my boss if requested.
References
Lee, M., Neeley, G., & Stewart, K. (2012). The Practice Of Government Public Relations. CRC Press.
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Government homework help

World
geography
Discuss some of the issues and/or disputes that have worked to destabilize the N. Africa and SW Asian realm. What are the causes and why have they been so difficult to resolve? How have different members of the international community (such as the U.S., the U.N., neighboring counties, etc.) contributed to the situation for better or worse?
– What are the sources of the conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians? Why have these issues been so difficult to resolve and what could be done to improve the situation? Have any outside countries or organizations (such as the U.S., the U.N., Europe, neighboring counties, Iran, etc.) contributed to the situation for better or worse?
 
Use this video as a source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHcgnRl2xPM