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    083010 gov political ideology and federalism    50m 083010 gov political ideology and federalism 50m Presentation Transcript

    • DRAW A LINE SEPARATING TODAY & YESTERDAY 1) Write: Date: 08/30/10 , Topic: Political Ideology 2) Next line, write “ Opener #5 ” and then: 1) Write 1 high + 1 low in last 24 hours 2) Rate your understanding of yesterday: lost < 1-5 > too easy (3 is perfect) 3) Respond to the Opener by writing at least 1 sentences about : Your opinions/thoughts OR/AND Questions sparked by the clip OR/AND Summary of the clip OR/AND Announcements: None
      • Quiz (10 Points)
      • Clear desk of everything except a writing tool
      • When done, turn quiz face down.
      • Circle
      • just the dots.
      • 4) Quiz # 1
    • Agenda 1) Political Ideology 2) Political Parties 3) Political Survey Why am I learning this? 1) What ideology are you? Reminder 1) No homework.
    • Overview 3) Political Ideology : World view schema/lens) thru which you view government+reality, defined by family race>peers>school/church/community (Liberal, Moderate, Conservative) 4) Conservative (Right): Personal freedom self responsibility, smaller gov, tradition ( Republican, “Tea Party,” Libertarian ) 5) Liberal (Left): Social responsibility, active gov, less tied to tradition ( Democratic, Green, Socialist ) 6) Moderate (Center): Mixed views
    • Historical Roots Ideology Parties Notes #5a , Title: “ Political Ideology ”
    • Liberal Federalist Whigs Democrats Conservatives Republicans Republicans Populist Democrats
    • Analogy of Ideologies and Party Shifts: Ideology Country Music Pop Music Party: Taylor Swift Party Members:
    • Analogy of Ideologies and Party Shifts: Ideology Country Music Pop Music Party: Taylor Swift Party Members:
    • Analogy of Ideologies and Party Shifts: Ideology Country Music Pop Music Party: Taylor Swift Party Members:
    • Journ # , Title “ Party Speeches ” 1) Review GOP-Pros, DEM-cons and write a speech in favor of the GOP 2) Review DEM-Pros, GOP-cons and write a speech in favor of the DEM Mr. Chiang’s 6 Speech Tips 1) 3 Part: Opening > Argument > Closing 2) Think of your audience and use local examples 3) Stories are remembered 4) Cite authoritative evidence 5) Call audience to action 6) Repetition, pauses, tone
    • Notes #5a , Title: “ Political Ideology ” 1) Factions : Group with-in party (beliefs may struggle with party) a) GOP-Tea Party Movement: pro-indiv freedom, pro-tradition, except more anti-business (biz where split w GOP) b) DEM-Progressive: pro-social reform, pro-change, except more pro-business (biz where split w DEM)
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    • Notes #5a , Title: “ Political Ideology ” 2) Third Party : Other than D or R
    • 3) Libertarian: 3 rd P wants less gov role in social conduct, less gov in econ activity
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    • 2008: GOP/McCain: 46% DEM/Obama: 53%
    • 2008: GOP/McCain: 46% DEM/Obama: 53%
    • 2008: GOP/McCain: 46% DEM/Obama: 53%
    • 2008: GOP/McCain: 46% DEM/Obama: 53%
    • 2004: GOP/Bush: 51% DEM/Kerry: 48%
    • 2004: GOP/Bush: 51% DEM/Kerry: 48%
    • 2004: GOP/Bush: 51% DEM/Kerry: 48%
    • 2000: GOP/Bush: 48% DEM/Gore: 48%
    • 4) OVERVIEW: PRESIDENT : Democratic SENATE: 57 Democratic (59%), 1 Dem-Indie, 1 Dem-Socialist-Indie, 41 Republican HOUSE: 253 Democrats (58%), 182 Republican, 0 Indie SUPREME COURT: 5/9 Judges Conservative VOTER POLL : 40% Republican, 44% Democratic , 16% Independent
    • 2008: GOP/McCain: 46% DEM/Obama: 53%
    • 4) OVERVIEW: PRESIDENT : Democratic President Barack Obama (D)
    • SENATE: 57 Democratic (59%), 1 Dem-Indie, 1 Dem-Socialist-Indie, 41 Republican Majority Leader Harry Reid (D)
    • HOUSE : 253 Democrats (58%), 182 Republican, 0 Indie Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D)
    • VOTER POLL: 40% Republican, 44% Democratic , 16% Decline to State
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    • 5 of 9 of the judges are Conservative (no justice is openly partisan) Kagan (D) Replaces Stevens (D)
    • Liberal Media CNN+MSNBC leans left in viewership and editorial content, but news is intended to be neutral Liberal Talking Heads Michael Moore Bill Moyers John Stewart Arianna Huffington Keith Olbermann Al Franken Hollywood stars lean liberal.
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    • Conservative Media FOX leans right in viewership and editorial content, but news is intended to be neutral Conservative Talking Heads Michael Savage Rush Limbaugh John Stossel Bill O'Reilly Ann Coulter Glenn Beck Michelle Malkin
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    • Journ. #5a , Title “ Federalism Intro ” HYPOTHETICAL: The United States has decided to join a new, more powerful United Nations . Make a T chart list of what powers should USA give up and which powers should USA NOT give to the new UN. 1) Write your list with your partner ( include their name at the end ).
    • Journ. #5a “Federalism Intro” Give up Keep Currency Military (Partner’s Name)
    • Notes #5b , Title: “ Federalism ” 1) States Come First : Colonies (states) experienced close to 200 years of separate freedom before joining the US (will wish to retains some power) 2) Federalism : State + fed share power: at times clear split, other times overlapping or conflicting between the state and federal gov (“federal” technically means split gov, but mostly refers to national gov) 3) History of US Federalism : States had more power > then equal in the 1800s > 1900s Federal became supreme (recently state wins some).
    • UNITARY FEDERAL STATE NATIONAL
    • FEDERAL STATE NATIONAL STATE NATIONAL STATE NATIONAL 1780-1860 1860-1930 1930-2000
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    • Jour. #5b , “ Unitary Debate ” 1) Read the 2 sides, choose 1 side, and write which you choose and explain why . 2) Then write down what your partner thinks ( include their name at the end ). 1 2 3 4 5 CON: Federalist Gov (fed gov and state gov) 1) State govs are closer to the ppl, so they know what the ppl want 2) States allow policies to be practiced before being tried nationally 3) Diff states have different values and needs PRO: Unitary Gov (only national gov ruling all) 1) National gov can use resources more efficiently, using scale 2) Most world is unitary 3) National gov ensures everyone gets same quality gov services
    • Jour. #5c , Title “ States Rights! National Power! ” 1) With a partner, discuss who should control each issue ( state or federal or both ). a) Higher education f) Immigration b) Military defense g) Consumer protection c) Environmental rules h) Standards for cars d) Marriage policies i) Illegal drug policies e) Health policies j) Crime and punishment
    • Jour. #5d , Title “ Audio: Health Care-Federalism ” Wrap up ideology and federalism: 1) Copy Source Title: NPR 2) What are key points to the problem? 3) Should homeless get health care, and should the fed gov provide it? 5 Reading/Film Qs Come From These Work Sections
    • Homework: 1) Study today’s notes + journal sections for a possible journal quiz . 2) Pick and listen to your 4 news podcast by next Monday. Journal Check: If your name is called, drop off your journal with Mr. Chiang ( if requested, points lost if your journal is not turned in )