Discussion Post #4

Have American’s expectations about the presidency exceeded one man’s or woman’s ability to govern in an increasingly complex society?  In answering this question, think about the expectations that  President Trump generated during his the campaign.  Politifact details the promises made by President Trump and their status.  Did President Obama raise the expectations on his presidency? This post will close […]

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Discussion Post #3

Read Article I, Section 8 of the US Constitution.  Does Congress have too much power?  Is the “necessary and proper” clause outdated?  Are there enough checks and balances today?  Are there any powers of Congress that you would limit?  If yes, which ones? Article 1 Section 8 This post will close on Monday, February 4 at […]

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Rubric

To gain a better of understanding of any subject, one needs to discuss and listen to ideas.  In US/AZ Government we will be discussing a variety of topics.  Some of the topics you may know a great deal about, others your knowledge may be limited.  One thing that is expected of all students is their […]

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Discussion Post #2

To receive full credit, use the rubric provided.  This discussion post will close on Wednesday, January 23 at 5:00 PM. The Constitution was ratified in 1789.  Since 1791 it has been changed only 17 times.  Is the Constitution outdated?  Should it be changed?  Should it stay the same?  Is there anything that needs to be added?  What […]

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Welcome

Welcome to the 2019 Spring Semester for US/AZ Government.  This blog will house the discussion posts for the class.  Be sure to review the rubric that explains how points are earned.  The intent of the blog is to discuss topics more in-depth than class will allow.  We will act like ladies and gentlemen and respect […]

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