Imagine that you are writing a reform bill for election campaigns.  What three items would you include, and why? If you do not believe that a bill is necessary, explain your position with three reasons that support your views.  

Imagine that you are writing a reform bill for election campaigns.  What three items would you include, and why? If you do not believe that a bill is necessary, explain your position with three reasons that support your views.  Essay should be no less than two paragraphs.

 

Imagine that you are writing a reform bill for election campaigns.  What three items would you include, and why? If you do not believe that a bill is necessary, explain your position with three reasons that support your views.

 

 

 

 

In a debate between Jeff Madrick and Jim DeMint, the former would contend that regulations often make economies work better. For instance, they can make product/service information more open; they can reduce corruption, monopolistic pricing, and anti-competitive policies regarding research, innovation, and new products; they can temper financial speculation, which distorts the flow of capital toward inefficient uses and can often lead to costly corrections and serious recessions, as occurred yet again in 2008. Formulate a two paragraph response you think DeMint might give.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assuming the position of either George Caram Steeh or Henry Hudson, formulate two paragraphs on the constitutionality of government mandated health care that you think would be the most persuasive message to share with others.

 

 

 

 

Should Medicare be expanded to include not just older Americans and those with certain disabilities, but other people as well? Discuss.

Medicare was designed to provide healthcare to a specific population at a time when many of the elderly seemed unable to afford healthcare.

Based on your understanding of the topic, answer the following:

  • Does the above statement remain true today, especially with many people staying in the workplace long after what was previously considered the retirement age? Why or why not?
  • Should Medicare be expanded to include not just older Americans and those with certain disabilities, but other people as well? Discuss.

Some contend the creation of Medicare was part of a long struggle toward nationalized healthcare insurance. Medicare is now such a large program and it has an immense impact on the rest of the industry.

  • Has the implementation of Medicare actually forwarded the cause for national health insurance or impeded its progress? Discuss.
  • Explain the political and administrative issues possibly playing a part in this respect?

Reimbursement of Medicare has had a dramatic effect on both the acute and long-term care of the healthcare industries.

  • How has the change to the PPS for hospitals in the early 1980s and the change to PPS in the late 1990s had such a dramatic effect on the healthcare industry?
  • Discuss issues of Medicare that are fraud and abuse. How has the government’s effort to curb abuse shaped the Medicare policies and regulations?

How has the change to the PPS for hospitals in the early 1980s and the change to PPS in the late 1990s had such a dramatic effect on the healthcare

Medicare was designed to provide healthcare to a specific population at a time when many of the elderly seemed unable to afford healthcare.

Based on your understanding of the topic, answer the following:

  • Does the above statement remain true today, especially with many people staying in the workplace long after what was previously considered the retirement age? Why or why not?
  • Should Medicare be expanded to include not just older Americans and those with certain disabilities, but other people as well? Discuss.

Some contend the creation of Medicare was part of a long struggle toward nationalized healthcare insurance. Medicare is now such a large program and it has an immense impact on the rest of the industry.

  • Has the implementation of Medicare actually forwarded the cause for national health insurance or impeded its progress? Discuss.
  • Explain the political and administrative issues possibly playing a part in this respect?

Reimbursement of Medicare has had a dramatic effect on both the acute and long-term care of the healthcare industries.

  • How has the change to the PPS for hospitals in the early 1980s and the change to PPS in the late 1990s had such a dramatic effect on the healthcare industry?
  • Discuss issues of Medicare that are fraud and abuse. How has the government’s effort to curb abuse shaped the Medicare policies and regulations?

How has the government’s effort to curb abuse shaped the Medicare policies and regulations?

Medicare was designed to provide healthcare to a specific population at a time when many of the elderly seemed unable to afford healthcare.

Based on your understanding of the topic, answer the following:

  • Does the above statement remain true today, especially with many people staying in the workplace long after what was previously considered the retirement age? Why or why not?
  • Should Medicare be expanded to include not just older Americans and those with certain disabilities, but other people as well? Discuss.

Some contend the creation of Medicare was part of a long struggle toward nationalized healthcare insurance. Medicare is now such a large program and it has an immense impact on the rest of the industry.

  • Has the implementation of Medicare actually forwarded the cause for national health insurance or impeded its progress? Discuss.
  • Explain the political and administrative issues possibly playing a part in this respect?

Reimbursement of Medicare has had a dramatic effect on both the acute and long-term care of the healthcare industries.

  • How has the change to the PPS for hospitals in the early 1980s and the change to PPS in the late 1990s had such a dramatic effect on the healthcare industry?
  • Discuss issues of Medicare that are fraud and abuse. How has the government’s effort to curb abuse shaped the Medicare policies and regulations?

Discuss issues of Medicare that are fraud and abuse.

Medicare was designed to provide healthcare to a specific population at a time when many of the elderly seemed unable to afford healthcare.

Based on your understanding of the topic, answer the following:

  • Does the above statement remain true today, especially with many people staying in the workplace long after what was previously considered the retirement age? Why or why not?
  • Should Medicare be expanded to include not just older Americans and those with certain disabilities, but other people as well? Discuss.

Some contend the creation of Medicare was part of a long struggle toward nationalized healthcare insurance. Medicare is now such a large program and it has an immense impact on the rest of the industry.

  • Has the implementation of Medicare actually forwarded the cause for national health insurance or impeded its progress? Discuss.
  • Explain the political and administrative issues possibly playing a part in this respect?

Reimbursement of Medicare has had a dramatic effect on both the acute and long-term care of the healthcare industries.

  • How has the change to the PPS for hospitals in the early 1980s and the change to PPS in the late 1990s had such a dramatic effect on the healthcare industry?
  • Discuss issues of Medicare that are fraud and abuse. How has the government’s effort to curb abuse shaped the Medicare policies and regulations?

Describe the technology trend that your company is selling.

Describe the technology trend that your company is selling.

 

Your team works for a technology company and are making a proposal to the local counterterrorism agency on the type of technology they should use to counter terrorism.

Select a technological trend. The trend can be a completely new technology that currently does not exist or is not ready to be widely used yet or an existing technology that has never been used to counter terrorism but may be used in that capacity.

Drones sound good.  existing technologies to thwart terrorism include computers, biometrics, defense systems, aircraft radars, scanning and detection systems, smart cameras, recognition software, advanced AI systems.

 

Write a 350 to 400-word proposal advocating the use of this technology to the local counterterrorism agency. Include the following in your proposal:

 

  • Describe the technology trend that your company is selling.

Format your proposal following APA guidelines.

Describe the historical perspective of the event you have chosen to both the U.S. and the international community.

Assignment 1: Event Analysis

Research a major international political event in the past three years that has impacted the United States foreign policy (i.e. the September 11 attacks on the U.S). The event that you select will be used for all assignments in this course. Therefore, before selecting the event, read through the descriptions of Assignments 2, 3, and 4 to ensure that the details of the event that you have chosen are substantial enough to be sustained across four (4) assignments.

Use the basic outline below to draft your paper. Organize your responses to each question (except Question 6) under the following section headings:

  • Part I: [Name of Select Major International Event]
  • Introduction (for Question 1)
  • Major Issues (for Question 2)
  • International Community (for Question 3)
  • Key Political Roles (for Question 4)
  • Foreign Policy Decisions (for Question 5)

Write a six to seven (6-7) page paper in which you separate the content into sections:

  1. Describe the historical perspective of the event you have chosen to both the U.S. and the international community.
  2. Produce a summary of all the major issues that you believe led to the occurrence of the political event taking place.
  3. Specify three (3) main effects that the political event had on the international community as a whole. Provide a rationale to your response.
  4. Analyze the key political roles and the non-state roles of the main participants of the event. Assess the extent of each participant’s involvement in the political event.
  5. Specify the major factors that you believe affected the foreign policy decisions made by the governments involved in the political event. Provide a rationale to your response.
  6. Use at least three (3) quality references. Note: Wikipedia and other similar websites do not qualify as academic resources.

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
  • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Evaluate the theories and systems of international politics.
  • Analyze how international politics influences the various levels of public administration and its effect on groups and individuals.
  • Describe the major developments in international politics and how they have evolved.
  • Assess how the major assumptions of international relations have shaped public policy.
  • Use technology and information resources to research issues in international public administration.
  • Write clearly and concisely about international public administration using proper writing mechanics.

Analyze the key political roles and the non-state roles of the main participants of the event. Assess the extent of each participant’s involvement in the political event.

Assignment 1: Event Analysis

Research a major international political event in the past three years that has impacted the United States foreign policy (i.e. the September 11 attacks on the U.S). The event that you select will be used for all assignments in this course. Therefore, before selecting the event, read through the descriptions of Assignments 2, 3, and 4 to ensure that the details of the event that you have chosen are substantial enough to be sustained across four (4) assignments.

Use the basic outline below to draft your paper. Organize your responses to each question (except Question 6) under the following section headings:

  • Part I: [Name of Select Major International Event]
  • Introduction (for Question 1)
  • Major Issues (for Question 2)
  • International Community (for Question 3)
  • Key Political Roles (for Question 4)
  • Foreign Policy Decisions (for Question 5)

Write a six to seven (6-7) page paper in which you separate the content into sections:

  1. Describe the historical perspective of the event you have chosen to both the U.S. and the international community.
  2. Produce a summary of all the major issues that you believe led to the occurrence of the political event taking place.
  3. Specify three (3) main effects that the political event had on the international community as a whole. Provide a rationale to your response.
  4. Analyze the key political roles and the non-state roles of the main participants of the event. Assess the extent of each participant’s involvement in the political event.
  5. Specify the major factors that you believe affected the foreign policy decisions made by the governments involved in the political event. Provide a rationale to your response.
  6. Use at least three (3) quality references. Note: Wikipedia and other similar websites do not qualify as academic resources.

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
  • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Evaluate the theories and systems of international politics.
  • Analyze how international politics influences the various levels of public administration and its effect on groups and individuals.
  • Describe the major developments in international politics and how they have evolved.
  • Assess how the major assumptions of international relations have shaped public policy.
  • Use technology and information resources to research issues in international public administration.
  • Write clearly and concisely about international public administration using proper writing mechanics.

Describe the major developments in international politics and how they have evolved.

Assignment 1: Event Analysis

Research a major international political event in the past three years that has impacted the United States foreign policy (i.e. the September 11 attacks on the U.S). The event that you select will be used for all assignments in this course. Therefore, before selecting the event, read through the descriptions of Assignments 2, 3, and 4 to ensure that the details of the event that you have chosen are substantial enough to be sustained across four (4) assignments.

Use the basic outline below to draft your paper. Organize your responses to each question (except Question 6) under the following section headings:

  • Part I: [Name of Select Major International Event]
  • Introduction (for Question 1)
  • Major Issues (for Question 2)
  • International Community (for Question 3)
  • Key Political Roles (for Question 4)
  • Foreign Policy Decisions (for Question 5)

Write a six to seven (6-7) page paper in which you separate the content into sections:

  1. Describe the historical perspective of the event you have chosen to both the U.S. and the international community.
  2. Produce a summary of all the major issues that you believe led to the occurrence of the political event taking place.
  3. Specify three (3) main effects that the political event had on the international community as a whole. Provide a rationale to your response.
  4. Analyze the key political roles and the non-state roles of the main participants of the event. Assess the extent of each participant’s involvement in the political event.
  5. Specify the major factors that you believe affected the foreign policy decisions made by the governments involved in the political event. Provide a rationale to your response.
  6. Use at least three (3) quality references. Note: Wikipedia and other similar websites do not qualify as academic resources.

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
  • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Evaluate the theories and systems of international politics.
  • Analyze how international politics influences the various levels of public administration and its effect on groups and individuals.
  • Describe the major developments in international politics and how they have evolved.
  • Assess how the major assumptions of international relations have shaped public policy.
  • Use technology and information resources to research issues in international public administration.
  • Write clearly and concisely about international public administration using proper writing mechanics.

Develop a brief (four- to six-page) analysis of a contemporary issue that stems from the classic debate between the needs of Homeland Security and individual-privacy expectations

Develop a brief (four- to six-page) analysis of a contemporary issue that stems from the classic debate between the needs of Homeland Security and individual-privacy expectations. The paper should conform to the style of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA), 6th edition.

Rubric:

  Exceptional
90–100%
Good
80–89%
Fair/Adequate
70–79%
Limited
60–69%
Poor/Unacceptable
0–59%
PTs.
Attention to instructions and assignment Follows and exceeds expectations noted in instructions Follows instructions Follows some but not all instructions Gestures toward instructions, but demonstrates little comprehension or competency Disregards instructions  
Creative thought/analysis Demonstrates a high degree of originality, insight, and/or analysis Shows some originality, insight, and/or analysis Shows minimally acceptable originality, insight, and/or analysis Demonstrates very little creative thought or insight; consists mostly of second-hand ideas Shows no original thought; all second-hand ideas  
Adherence to APA style (6th edition) No APA style errors No more than three APA style errors Four or five APA style errors Six or more APA style errors No attempt at APA style  
Development and support Thoroughly and insightfully explores, explains, and supports each idea Develops and supports key points Does not consistently develop and support ideas Inadequately or ineffectively explains and defends ideas Makes no meaningful attempt to explain or support ideas  
Use of sources, including appropriate guidelines Demonstrates comprehension of all source material; integrates sources appropriately and effectively Most source material is appropriate, but some is not fully explained or integrated into the paper Source material is not consistently appropriate or integrated into the paper Source material is rarely appropriate and/or rarely integrated into the paper No source material used  
Clarity, including grammar Difficult material is made clear and presented in academic language Most ideas are presented clearly, but sometimes too simplistically Wordy; some points require rereading to understand fully Unclear and difficult to understand Extremely difficult to comprehend