You can focus on ANY of the following;
-The structure of the U.S. Federal Government, as provided by the United States Constitution (i.e. the three branches of the federal government and the powers granted them by the U.S. Constitution.
Note: A link to the U.S. Constitution is accessible in the content section of your class page in d2l.
-Important action(s) recently taken or being contemplated by one or both chambers of the U.S. Congress (Legislative Branch)
-Important action(s) recently taken or being contemplated by the U.S. President/Executive Branch.
-Recent rulings by the United States Supreme Court that you agree or disagree with and are important to you.
-Something important to you that you believe the U.S. Congress should OR should not do.
-Something you strongly believe the President of the United States should OR should not do…make sure you keep in mind what the U.S. Constitution allows the president to do. In short, the president cannot do anything he/she wants. There are limits set forth in the Constitution.
-Any other political topic or issue that affect all Americans that is very important to you.
DO NOT SELECT A STATE OR LOCAL TOPIC. YOU MUST SELECT A TOPIC THAT AFFECT ALL AMERICANS AND IS VERY IMPORTANT TO YOU.