Measuring Crime

Crime is defined as an act in which a person offenses or breaches the law and is liable to be punished by the law. There are many instruments that are used to measure crime in daily activities. In United States the crime is mainly measured by the police department or FBI. The FBI uses different … Read more

Republicans’ and Democrats’ views and beliefs on immigration

“ During recent years, the topic of Immigration Reform has once again resurfaced to the forefront of most, if not all, political debates. To demonstrate, the Republicans and Democrats share their views and beliefs on immigration. Both parties highly express the need for Immigration Reform. The only difference they have on immigration laws is what … Read more

The Life Story of John Paul Jones

John Paul Jones was a founding father of the United States Navy, America’s first naval hero and America’s greatest Revolutionary naval commander. John Paul Jones, born Paul Jones, started his sailing career in 1759 at the young age of 12 as an apprentice to a ship owner. The ship would sail across the Atlantic once … Read more

PROPOSED INTEGRATED MODEL FOR OUR ARMED SOURCES

Existing System 1The present logistics systems of the three Services remain separate and there is considerable scope to improve the delivery of logistic support through better inter-Service arrangements. A number of steps have already been undertaken to effect inter-Service cooperation in the field of logistics and to rationalise single-Service logistic areas. The Joint Administration Planning … Read more

Karl Marx and Labor

Karl Marx and Labor Karl Marx is known not as just a philosopher but as a revolutionary, whose works inspired the foundation of many communist regimes in the twentieth century. Marx has have had much influence in the creation of the modern world. Trained as a philosopher, Marx turned away from philosophy in his mid-twenties, … Read more

An "Unwritten Constitution"

Sovereign states all over the world are governed by a constitution, which underpins the laws of the country. Most countries have a written constitution such as USA, Canada and France while the UK, Israel and New Zealand distinctly possess an unwritten constitution. A written constitution is characterized by a complete codification of all the constitutional … Read more

Why are Committees in Congress so Important?

Professor Windham GOVT 2305 4 January 2018 Why are committees in Congress so important? How do the political parties affect the committee system in Congress? Committees represent a significant role in the legislative process by helping to coordinate the most important assignment of the Congress. Senate committees supervise the actions of the government and analyze … Read more

The Second Virginia Convention

The Second Virginia Convention was held at St. John’s Church in Richmond on March 23, 1775. Patrick Henry argued that a volunteer mercenary should be organized and armed in every county of Virginia to defend themselves from Great Britain. Henry was a straight to the point type of guy. Henry opens with an acknowledgement to … Read more

An Examination Of The Letter That John Quincy Adams Received From His Dad Abigail Adams’

In a persuasive letter written in 1780, Abigail Adams advises her son John Quincy Adams to take advantage of the opportunity to travel to France with his father (future president of the United States John Adams) and brother. Adams supports her position by using analogies to convince her son of his great attributes and potential, … Read more

Evaluating Of The Strong Form Of The Efficient Market Hypothesis

In this essay I am going to be critically analyzing the validity of the strong form of the efficient market hypothesis whilst evaluating the Efficient Market Hypothesis, to determine the credibility of it today. To be able to critically analyze the Strong Form of the Efficient Market Hypothesis, I will first define the hypothesis, its … Read more

Politics in Nigeria

Oyegun said this in Abuja during the public presentation of the reports as submitted by the Governor Nasir El-rufai- led APC committee on True Federalism, adding that Nigeria’s current system of government is ‘more of a unitary system of government. “We have held flamboyant conferences on the structures of the constitution of this country but … Read more

The UN during the Cold War

After the League of Nations’ failure, the second try at making a peace system was the UN’s second institution within only a few decades. Yet, throughout the conflict peace was about to fail once again, as most of the world was divided into two blocs. as a result of the UN’s rigid structure that was … Read more

Jomo Kenyatta Biography

Jomo Kenyatta, also known as Kamau Ngengi, was a Kenyan statesman and nationalist. He was also Kenya’s prime minister and first president. He played a big role in the development of African nationalism in East Africa. Jomo Kenyatta was born on October 20, 1891 in Gatundu, Kenya. He died on August 22, 1978 in Mombasa, … Read more

Norway vs US

The United States is very different from Norway when it comes to the structure of its health care system. Norway’s health care structure went through a radical change in 2002 when a hospital reform occurred that had the government take over the responsibility of running the entire hospital system throughout the country. As a result, … Read more

The Greatness of the Roman Army

The Roman army was one of the most powerful and successful armies of all time. The size of the Roman army allowed it to conquer much of what is known as Europe today. When compared to other ancient armies, the Roman army was the greatest military in the world at that time. Roman citizens, much … Read more

Democracy and Non-Democracy

The concept of Democracy and Non-Democracy began with the advent of the State. The clear distinction between the two concepts became clear when democracy came into practice in 508 BC. The first form of democracy, what is known today as Athenian Democracy, was introduced in Athens by Cleisthenes. Democracy has, since then evolved into a … Read more

The significance of federalism in the USA

Federalism is a system that is embedded into the politics of the USA; federalism involves the sharing of powers between the different levels of government: the State governments and the Federal government. Federalism is a significant factor in the USA, but it does not even exist in some countries; for example, the United Kingdom has … Read more

Political Injustice

Political Injustice has been going on for such a long time with in the United States. What people neglect to realize is there are unfairness that is being put towards black individual as well as Latinos and people of minorities dissent. I say this because when you look at the news and on social media, … Read more

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Federalism in Florida

How American Federalism Helps and Hurts Florida The advantages and disadvantages of federalism have been the subject of debate since the formation of the republic. In this essay I am going to discuss two advantages and two disadvantages of federalism in Florida. Webster’s dictionary defines federalism as a system of government in which entities such … Read more

From Cooperative to Coercive Federalism

Well, cooperative federalism response to specific policy challenges that took place in the past. Also, reigning conception of American federalism took place between nineteen fifty-four to nineteen seventy eight. It was a political response to the policy challenges of market failure. Social equity is its primary objective, cooperative federalism significantly transformed American society. During the … Read more

Social infrastructures

Social infrastructure is a different form of infrastructure that is created with an intention to deliver public services through processes which enhance the social capacity in communities. These public services may include healthcare, education, housing, roads and so forth; and they are usually provided by the government or an official entity to the community. Thus, … Read more

Federalists and Anti-federalists

Federalists & Anti-federalists Federalism- System of government in which power is constitutionally divided and delimited between a central government and that of provinces or states. Each level of government has its own powers and obligations to provide services and raise revenues. Unlike Confederations, federal systems give the central authority some amount of control over its … Read more

Criterias For Evaluating The Channel Alternatives

To evaluate the channel alternatives using the 3 criterias, first the company should identify its major channel alternatives in terms of types of intermediaries, number of marketing intermediaries and lastly the responsibility of each channel member. First are the types of intermediaries. A company should identify the types of channel members available to carry out … Read more