In order to take your accumulating knowledge of government “out of the classroom” and place it into the world around you you must begin analyzing and applying government content to contemporary news issues (within the last 3 months) in U.S. government and politics. The article cannot be an opinion piece blog or other personalized editorial and must be a reporting article. You will need to read an article having something to do with the Civil Rights or Civil Liberties in the US and then discuss it using the following prompt. For this weeks current event discussion you can choose a news article about either Political Parties or Elections in relation to the United States government. Original Post is DUE: Thursday 3/4/2021 by 11:59 pm. In your original post you must: 1. Provide the title of the article URL publication date and a 50+ word summary of the article in your own words. 2. Describe what the article explicitly has to do with either Political Parties or Elections in relation to the United States government in 50+ words. 3. What are your thoughts and feelings after reading this article? Accepted Resources Only news stories from the following sources will be accepted. Though these do not represent an exhaustive list of socially acceptable journalism they provide a good cross-section with most providing high quality reporting. The New York Times (M) CBS News (M) The Guardian (M) The Washington Post (M) NBC News (M) The Week (M) The Los Angeles Times (M) ABC News (M) The National Review (C) The Economist (M) BBC News (M) Houston Chronicle (L) NPR (M) The New Republic (sL) The Fiscal Times (sC) Politico (M) The Associated Press (M) The Christian Science Monitor (M) The Atlantic (sL) Newsweek (L) The Nation (M) Texas Tribune (M) Time (L) The Hill (sC) The New Yorker (L) Reuters (M) Vox (sL) Bloomberg (M) Wall Street Journal (sC) Slate (sL) Forbes (sC) CNN (sL) The Guardian (sL) L: Liberal sL: Skews Liberal M: Moderate sC: Skews Conservative C: Conservative Post must also include: Requirements: Works Cited at least 1 credible source—MUST BE credible source from the above chart. 150 original-content words (this means quotes do not count towards word count). This is to ensure you are providing enough DETAILS to support your discussion. Works Cited at least 1 credible source—MUST BE credible source from the above chart. 150 original-content words (this means quotes do not count towards word count). This is to ensure you are providing enough DETAILS to support your discussion on this topic. Post must be written in paragraph format. Do NOT use numbering or bullet points. There is no need to include the original questions in your post. ‘
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