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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: a. Define judicial...

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Right to Bear Arms In 2010 the Supreme Court's novel and controversial interpretation of the 2nd Amendment greatly limited government's power to restrict gun possession. The caseMcDonald v. Chicago sparked widespread debate across the political and legal community, some of which is expressed in the assigned articles you read for this discussion. Read the summary of McDonald v. Chicago, then choose and read two articles pertaining to the McDonald v Chicago case from the Recommended Resources for POL303 PDF file. Write a detailed critique of these articles. Respond to this 3-part...

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POL 303 week 5 DQ 1 The fact that the Constitution does not have a specific clause or reference to a right to privacy has become a very contentious cultural, social, and political issue in the United States. The ability of the government to enter into the private lives of American citizens has clearly been restricted by provisions in the Fourth Amendment, yet the debate over certain privacy based rights such as contraception, abortion rights, and consensual sexual activity continues today. In particular, when discussing abortion, many immediately begin to debate a woman's right to choose....

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Ferguson v. City of Charleston Sandy Diaz (Echon) POL 303 Will Curcio June 18, 2011 In the case Ferguson v. City of Charleston in the year 1989, it was found that pregnant women were being arrested for the use of cocaine if their baby tested positive for the drug. This case was thought to be in violation of the fourth amendment which is The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and...

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Stop and Frisk As you learned in this week's readings, many constitutional scholars consider the prohibition of unreasonable searches and seizures as one of the most basic freedoms that the Bill of Rights clearly protects. This central freedom supports and protects other essential freedoms, like free speech, press, assembly, and religion. Recently, this core freedom has become a very controversial debate topic as large American cities, like New York City, have instituted police procedures described as "stop and frisk." In these cities, when a police officer has reason to believe that...

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POL 303 week 5 DQ 1 The fact that the Constitution does not have a specific clause or reference to a right to privacy has become a very contentious cultural, social, and political issue in the United States. The ability of the government to enter into the private lives of American citizens has clearly been restricted by provisions in the Fourth Amendment, yet the debate over certain privacy based rights such as contraception, abortion rights, and consensual sexual activity continues today. In particular, when discussing abortion, many immediately begin to debate a woman's right to choose....

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POL 303 week 5 DQ 1 The fact that the Constitution does not have a specific clause or reference to a right to privacy has become a very contentious cultural, social, and political issue in the United States. The ability of the government to enter into the private lives of American citizens has clearly been restricted by provisions in the Fourth Amendment, yet the debate over certain privacy based rights such as contraception, abortion rights, and consensual sexual activity continues today. In particular, when discussing abortion, many immediately begin to debate a woman's right to choose....

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Freedom of Speech, Press, and Assembly: Today and Tomorrow Certain freedoms identified and protected by the Constitution have been the subject of intense political, social, and cultural controversy. The right of all Americans to believe, say, and write what they want, to protest in our streets, and to challenge the pervading political, social, cultural thoughts of the day are the most fundamental of American freedoms. Yet, these freedoms have been, are, and will continue to be modified and will evolve as our nation evolves. For instance, in the last 10 years, numerous types of social...

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Freedom of Expression In 2010 the Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision, held that certain government restrictions on corporate funding of independent political broadcasts in candidate elections were unconstitutional (Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission). This controversial decision has been greeted with calls to overturn it by amending the Constitution. Respond to this 3-part question in your initial post: a. Explain the rationale of the Supreme Court's decision in Citizens United (the majority opinion by Justice Kennedy). b. Explain the rationale of Justice Steven's...

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Cruel and Unusual Punishment During the last decade, the Supreme Court has applied the 8th Amendment's prohibition against cruel and unusual punishments against some of the harsher sentencing policies implemented by various states. Three cases dealing with juvenile offenders - Roper v. Simmons (2005), Graham v. Florida (2010), and Miller v. Alabama (2012) - illustrate this moderating trend. An underlying rationale of these decisions - "disproportionality" - contrasts with rationales guiding the Court's earlier (pre-2002) interpretations of the 8th Amendment (see Davis,...

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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...

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What Right to Privacy? The fact that the Constitution does not have a specific clause or reference to a right to privacy has become a very contentious cultural, social, and political issue in the United States. The ability of the government to enter into the private lives of American citizens has clearly been restricted by provisions in the Fourth Amendment, yet the debate over certain privacy based rights such as contraception, abortion rights, and consensual sexual activity continues today. In particular, when discussing abortion, many immediately begin to debate a woman's right to...

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Constitutional Issues Related to Same-gender Marriage In 2012 the Armed Services Committee of the House of Representatives adopted, by a party-line vote, an amendment to the military defense budget for 2013 that would prohibit same-gender marriage ceremonies in base chapels serving members of the U.S. Armed Forces. If this amendment is enacted into law, it will change current Defense Department policy that allows use of chapels for religious marriage ceremonies on sexual-orientation neutral basis. If by law the government denies a same-gender military couple permission to hold a...

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Intelligent Design in Public Schools Name POL 303: The American Constitution Intelligent Design in Public Schools Education is one of the most important factors of growing up in today's society. Continuing education is always important to most of everyone today. Most of every individual can agree that going to school is because people want to pursue learning what is not taught outside of school. Learning life changing skills and techniques will allow every individual the chance to move above others in the employment field. According to IDEA, "intelligent design implies that life is...

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Missouri v. McNeely Name POL 303: The American Constitution Missouri v. McNeely The Constitution of the United States of America was put into place to help protect the rights of the people. Due Process is a guaranteed right given to the people under the constitution. This prevents the law from discriminating against each individual based upon the individual's religious beliefs, weight, height, race, sex and etc. The Due Process Clause stated by the Cornell Law School website is defined as, "No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a...

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Missouri v. McNeely Name POL 303: The American Constitution Missouri v. McNeely The Constitution of the United States of America was put into place to help protect the rights of the people. Due Process is a guaranteed right given to the people under the constitution. This prevents the law from discriminating against each individual based upon the individual's religious beliefs, weight, height, race, sex and etc. The Due Process Clause stated by the Cornell Law School website is defined as, "No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a...

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POL 303 week 5 DQ2 Three core values are often discussed when it comes to what all Americans hold dear democracy, liberty, and equality. Equality, in particular, is a value and a right that Americans have fought other nations and each other to preserve and expand. Until the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution was passed, equal protection of the law was not part of our Constitution. This critical amendment was the legal vehicle that enabled our nation to prohibit discrimination based on race and sex and to also support and affirm the need for diversity. Nevertheless, the struggle for...

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POL 303 week 5 DQ2 Three core values are often discussed when it comes to what all Americans hold dear democracy, liberty, and equality. Equality, in particular, is a value and a right that Americans have fought other nations and each other to preserve and expand. Until the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution was passed, equal protection of the law was not part of our Constitution. This critical amendment was the legal vehicle that enabled our nation to prohibit discrimination based on race and sex and to also support and affirm the need for diversity. Nevertheless, the struggle for...

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Judicial Review Respond to this 2-part question in your initial post: a. What is the Supreme Court's justification for its claim to the power of judicial review in the American system of government? Fully explain Chief Justice Marshall's rationale in Marbury v. Madison. b. Do you find this rationale persuasive, especially in light of how the modern Court exercises this power in a decision like Bush v. Gore? Fully explain the constitutional basis of your reasons. The Supreme Court's justification for its claim to power of the judicial review in the American System of Government...

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Congress and Federalism Respond to this 2-part question in your initial post: a. What is the Supreme Court's justification for recognizing broad and expansive national power in Congress to address what some view as "local" problems? Fully explain the Court's rationale in McCulloch v. Maryland (by Marshall, C.J.) and the different rationales of various Justices in the 2012 Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare") cases. b. Which of the Court's rationales do you find most persuasive? Which are the least persuasive? Fully explain the constitutional basis of your reasons. In McCulloch...

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Religious Liberty Respond to this 3-part question in your initial post: a. Explain the Supreme Court's reasons, in Edwards v. Aguillard (the majority opinion by Justice Brennan), for holding that a law mandating the teaching of creationism in public schools violates the Constitution's ban on "establishment of religion." b. Explain the rationale of Justice Scalia's dissenting opinion. c. Which rationale, the majority or dissent, is more consistent with previous Supreme Court interpretations of the Establishment Clause (see Davis, 2008)? Fully explain the historical and...

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Equal Protection and Gender Discrimination In recent years opportunities for women in the U.S. military have been expanding. But 200,000 jobs may remain closed to women for a variety of reasons. Recently two female Army Reserve officers sued the government for excluding them from formal "assignment" to specific Army combat units and other positions solely because of their gender (Sampson, 2012). They argue that being excluded from these "assignments" limits their opportunities for advancement in the Army and restricts their current and future earnings and their retirement benefits....

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Suspicion-less Strip Searches In 2012 the Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision, upheld the constitutionality of routine (without probable cause) strip searches of persons arrested and detained, even briefly, in a jail (Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders of the Country of Burlington). Respond to this 3-part question in your initial post: a. Explain the rationale of the Supreme Court's decision in Florence (the majority opinion by Justice Kennedy). b. Explain the rationale of Justice Breyer's dissenting opinion. c. Evaluate both the majority and minority rationales. Explain and...

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Eminent Domain In 2005 the Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision, upheld the constitutionality of a city taking private property, while paying the owner just compensation, and selling it to a private developer as part of a plan to stimulate the city's weak economy (Kelo v. City of New London). Respond to this 3-part question in your initial post: a. Explain the rationale of the Supreme Court's decision in Kelo (the majority opinion by Justice Stevens). b. Explain the rationale of Justice O'Connor's dissenting opinion. c. Evaluate both the majority and minority rationales. Explain and...

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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...

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Federalism and the Exercise of National Power Our federal government has many duties, obligations, and powers under the Constitution. Some scholars argue that the reach of the federal government should be limited and constrained. Other scholars argue that the federal government should not be constrained or limited where the welfare of the U.S. people is concerned. For example, in the case, Gonzales v. Raich, the boundaries of the federal government's definition of interstate commerce are in question. In this case, Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) agents took marijuana plants from a...

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Establishment and Exercise of Religion The lack of a national religion supported and established by the federal government has been hailed as one of the most important principles that ensure religious freedom in the United States. In addition, the ability to practice any religious or non-religious beliefs is equally applauded as a core tenant of religious freedom. Still, the debate over religious freedom continues throughout our nation. Currently, numerous organized religions co-exist with organizations for non-believers. In your opinion, what are the essential elements of religious...

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Capital Punishment and You Every American accused of a crime that could result in loss of life, liberty, and properly has the right to fair treatment or due process. One of the most divisive aspects of due process is capital punishment and the prevention of cruel and unusual punishment to those convicted fairly of crimes. Specifically, the Eighth Amendment prohibits cruel and unusual punishment, and the ongoing debate revolves around if the death penalty is or is not considered cruel and unusual punishment. In your opinion, does the death penalty violate the U.S. Constitution? Why, or...

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_A+ Grade Solutions_ ####**CMRJ 303 Final Essay** 1.Discuss one of the following six areas in which police departments have historically been found to be defective or deficient: constitutional due process, civil rights, use of deadly force and police brutality, abuse of discretion, corruption and police-community relations. 2.Briefly compare and contrast the problems associated with defining and determining the frequency of corporate crime in the United States. 3.Briefly critique the text book's comments pertaining to middle-class delinquency's relationship to gangs in the United...

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Course Design Guide School of Business BIS/303 Version 1 Managing Information in the Hospitality Industry Copyright 2009 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Course Description This course provides a managerial overview of information technology in the hospitality industry. Special emphasis is placed in utilizing information technology systems such as Point-of-Sale, inventory tracking, and reservation networks to make managerial and strategic decisions for the organization. Policies Faculty and students/learners will be held responsible for understanding and...

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BPA 303 Evaluation Methods in Public Policy Implementation The implementation of public policy is an arduous task that must be evaluated to ensure success. The process is filled of obstacles that can deter from reaching the primary goal. The use of evaluation can help overcome obstacles and constraints to reach the set objective. There are several methods and theories available on how to properly or best evaluate the implementation process. While no theory proves to be the best, all theories have distinct properties that help the implementation in different ways. Analyzing each theory and...

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CRJ 303 Week 4 Discussion Question 1: Compare and contrast open and closed prison systems. In your opinion, which organizational system is the more effective, and why? Explain your answers in at least 200 - 250 words. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. A closed system is when the prison does not have outside sources or communication. The warden controls any and all activities that go on within those walls. Although today there are not many of these facilities left they do still exist. Polk Correctional Institute started out in 1997 a closed prison for youthful...

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CRJ 303 Week 4 Discussion Question 2: Examine the "eight activities" which combine to create a secure prison environment (pages 415- 416 of the text) and choose the two which you believe are the most important. Can you think of any other activities which would help ensure prison security that are not listed? Explain your answers in at least 200 - 250 words. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings Consistently implemented security policies and procedures in my mind would be a good practice in prison. By implementing the security procedures desired within the prison it...

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In the history of the United States, there are two factors that mark its constitutional history. For one thing, the rights of citizens were organized through limits to power, linked to a libertarian conception of liberal viewpoint. For another, the original structure of the constitution is influenced by the fear of the "framers" to a popular majority government could oppress the rights acquired as Alexis de Tocqueville considered that the democratic government incorporated elements that endure to this undemocratic, preventing the formation of compromise. The result of this misunderstanding...

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How does the current landscape of global HRM impact HR planning? What are the HRM implications of Hofstede's, Trompenaars', and the GLOBE models' cross-cultural dimensions? SOLUTION: The HR arranging is influenced by current scene of global HRM in distinctive ways. Outsourcing was utilized to expand the quality of conglomeration and diminish the expense included. Because of the most recent happenings over the globe, such as developing economies, political jumble, and the climbing test of administering from a separation, organizations, organizations, and conglomerations have been careful...

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How does the current landscape of global HRM impact HR planning? What are the HRM implications of Hofstede's, Trompenaars', and the GLOBE models' cross-cultural dimensions? Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. The current landscape of global HRM impacts HR planning by presenting new challenges. Outsourcing was used to increase the value of organization and decrease the cost involved. Due to the latest happenings across the globe, like evolving economies, political disorder, and the rising challenge of managing from a distance, companies, businesses, and organizations have...

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Prison Activities Examine the "eight activities" which combine to create a secure prison environment (pages 415 and 416 of the text, Corrections: An Introduction) and choose the two which you believe are the most important. Can you think of any other activities which would help ensure prison security that are not listed? Your initial post should be at least 250 words in length. Support your claims with examples from required material(s) and/or other scholarly resources, and properly cite any references. This tutorial has two answers for your discussion. You can use any one of the...

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Performance Appraisal Name BUS303: Human Resources Management Performance Appraisal Performance appraisal "is the process through which employee performance is assessed, feedback is provided to the employee, and corrective action plans are designed" (Youssef 6.2). Performance appraisal is heads up for employees because it shows what their strength and weakness are and as well how much for ability, they have to go future into career. In this paper I would like to discuss strategic advantages of performance appraisals, forms of bias and how performance appraisal contribute to...

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Week Four - Discussion Question #1 Respond tothediscussion questions below with at least 200 words or more - you are required to answer at least two DQs per week (one due by Thursday and the other due by Saturday of each week). Please remember that your explanation should be properly cited, spell checked, and grammatically correct. What is the definition of terrorism? How would you differentiate between organized crime and terrorism? What is a specific instance where they have been viewed as the same or different? The Federal Code of Regulations defines terrorism is as the...

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1. Type your response below each question. 2. Double space your answers. 3. Include your email address at the top of your paper. 4. Save your paper as a .pdf 5. Label the file as, “yournameHW8” (Insert your actual name in place of yourname). 6. Upload to Blazeview dropbox for HW8. Homework 8 Answer the following questions. Use complete sentences and correct grammar. Remember the “3 Cs” – Clear, concise, and complete. Link to video lecture: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/30378617/videos%20fraud%202015/2015%20fraud%20ch.%207.mp4 Watch the ecase about an employee’s...

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