Discuss campaign finance reform policies, including the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995, the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002 , and efforts under the Obama and Trump administrations. Make an argument as to how effective or ineffective these efforts were, either practically or politically. If relevant, explain how such laws affected the ability to self-finance campaigns. Support assertions with facts and data. Essays should be about 750 words in length, not including repetition of the question or reference list.
Essays should be written in third person perspective. The goal is to create a scholarly argument by presenting a thesis statement and then providing evidence to support that position. “I think, I feel, I believe” and “in my opinion” should appear nowhere in the essay. Personal opinions are not necessary and may weaken your argument.
Question 9:A national business magazine intends to survey its subscribers to determine who they think is the “CEO of the Century.” Subscribers are invited to complete an online survey. Based only on this information, which of the following can be inferred about the survey results? They will be biased because the magazine’s subscribers are unqualified to determine who the CEO of the century is. They will accurately reflect the opinion of the nation as a whole about who the CEO of the century is.They will be unbiased because the respondents will be self-selected. They will be biased because subscribers who have access to the online survey are not representative of the population of subscribers as a whole.
4) Judicial notice is a method whereby a Court can make a finding that something is true without there being any evidence presented on that issue. Administrative agencies have a similar tool which is known as “official notice”. There has been some argument regarding the use of official notice for both legislative facts and adjudicative facts. Explain the difference between the two.
3) In Heckler v. Campbell, 461 U.S. 458 (1983), the Court examined the use of four variables for determining whether an applicant is disabled such that they cannot engage in any work. ALJs could examine these variables and make findings without the necessity of listening to expert testimony regarding that issue. Explain some pros and cons of this approach.
2) The past two chapters discussed procedural due process and formal adjudications. This chapter discusses some ways around some of these traditional requirements. Explain the shortcut provided in Storer and the subsequent similar cases?
1) What is an administrative/substantive rule?
Option 2: Many experts see the media as biased and more like infotainment. In fact, many people have turned to social networks as an outlet for news instead of CBS, NBC, FOX, CNN and other news stations. Do you see this as an issue? Do you see the news as biased or unbiased? Should there be more restrictions on the news stations?
Option 1: The framers of the Constitution were concerned that everyday citizens would not be able to understand or comprehend the makings of our government. They felt that everyday citizens were uninformed and did not care what was going on in our government. Even today we see where citizens are interested in government affairs seemingly only if our country is in turmoil such as unemployment, recessions, civil unrest, etc. Do you agree with this assessment? Are we uninformed? Do we wait till a crisis happens to voice our opinions?
· 4Evaluate whether politics brings out the best or the worst in human nature—or both.