Executive Essay Topics

Compare the State and National government

In many ways, the structure of state governments and the national government mirror each other. In this forum section, each student is to research one state government and compare it to the national government. Next, explain to the class if you think that the state you researched has a good form of democratic government. Hint:… View Article

Executive ad legislative department

In the Philippines the executive department is the most essential core of the government. Governance is achievable even without assembly or legislature but ruling with no executive is near impossible. The executive is headed by a president, it is a department of government charged with the administration or implementation of a policy or law. In… View Article

Checks And Balances

When the Framers of the Constitution set out to create a government, they made sure that one of the fundamental principles underlining the government would be the separation of powers. This separation of powers outlines the numerous powers and functions of the government by dividing them into separate independent levels and branches of the federal… View Article

Marketing Plan of Julies Bakeshop

Introduction: It’s been years since the Betterhalf Restaurant was giving birth of their food business. Betterhalf is a resto- bar food service industry located at the center of Veterans Medical Hospital that caters good delightful and deliciously taste foods to their target customers the Intern Students, Doctors, Nurses, Medical Representatives and especially Walk-ins. This restaurant… View Article

Pork Barrel

Do you agree to abolish the pork barrel? Before I proceed to that question, here are some information about pork barrel. Pork barrel is the appropriation of government spending for localized projects secured solely or primarily to bring money to a representative’s district. The usage originated in American English. In election campaigns, the term is… View Article

Stand Your Ground Law Debate “Cons”

I. Introduction a. Describe The Federalist Papers are and when they started b. Thesis: The Federalist influenced the ratification of the Constitution by making some of their most important arguments, including the importance of being in a Union by having a Constitution, answering to the objections made by the Anti-federalists about separation of powers, and… View Article