HIS 301 Week 4 DQs
- In this file of IT 215 Week 7 DQ 2 you will find the next information:
- Some experts in the programming field believe that graphical user interface (GUI) development is hard. Do you agree or disagree with this assertion? Provide rationale for your position.
- What are some important aspects in GUI development from a design perspective? Are there any factors that could lead to a GUI design being deemed a failure? If so, do you know of any relevant examples?
- Political Science - General Political Science
- POL 303 Week 1 DQ 1 The Four Pillars of U.S. Government
- The Four Pillars of U.S. Government. The federal government of the United States was constructed using the directions provided in the U.S. Constitution. Our Founding Fathers had the wisdom and foresight to create a very flexible and intelligently structured government framework that has endured. The entire American political system is based on four constitutionally derived pillars: a national government; separation of powers; federalism; and individual rights. Briefly describe each pillar, how it interacts with the other three pillars, and then provide real-world examples of how each pillar supports our government. How does the U.S. Constitution establish checks and balances and federalism using these pillars? Please explain the reasoning behind your response.
- POL 303 Week 1 DQ 2 Judicial Independence Within a Political Process
- Judicial Independence Within a Political Process. Our judicial branch of government was designed not only to serve as a check on the power of the executive and legislative branches but also to be the final arbiter on disputes among states and between the states and the federal government. One important arbitration tool utilized by the judicial branch is judicial review. Judicial review is one of the U.S. Constitution’s most provocative features as it plays an important role in shaping the laws that impact our society. For this discussion, complete the following:
- Define judicial review.
- Explain why the origins and legitimacy of judicial review are often called into question.
- Discuss whether the framers of the Constitution intended for the judiciary to have this role in the policy making process.
- Share your opinion on judicial review. Explain why you support or do not support judicial review.
- POL 303 Week 2 DQ 1 Legislative and Executive Powers
- Legislative and Executive Powers. Congress passes legislation and the president is tasked with implementing that legislation unless the legislation is vetoed. The powers of both the legislative and executive branches were on full display with the passage and implementation of the Patriot Act. The U.S. Patriot Act was signed into law on October 26, 2001 – after the events of September 11th that same year. This act was passed because the legislative and executive branches felt there was a need for more cooperation between key government intelligence agencies and broader powers for law enforcement and the overall goal was a safer more secure United States. However, as the events of September 11th become a more distant memory, many have begun to question whether the Patriot Act is too broad in its scope and if the Act infringes on individual civil rights and liberties. In your opinion, does the Patriot Act infringe on civil rights and liberties? Explain your reasoning, discuss why you do or do not support the Patriot Act, and provide at real-world exam
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