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  1. Key themes: ethics violations, Congress, third party candidates, Presidential election, Republican Party, Democratic Party, Federal authority, State authority, ConstitutionWrite a three to four (3-4) page paper in which the student addresses the following three (3) items:
    1. Congressional Ethics. Identify one (1) member of Congress who has been charged with ethics violations. Briefly discuss the reason for the charges and provide two (2) reasons why you agree or disagree with the verdict and any penalties. Provide examples to support your answer. Note: Consider how the verdict and penalties impacts your trust of the members of Congress.
    2. Third Party Candidates. Discuss two (2) political reasons why a third party candidate has never been successful in winning a presidential election. Provide examples to support the answer. Note: Consider the political impact of the Republican and Democratic Party if a third party was successful.
    3. Federal and State Authority. Identify one (1) current issue facing the United States today. Analyze the respective roles of Federal and state authorities in addressing the issue. Determine whether the U. S. Constitution constrains the Federal and state responses to the issue. Explain.

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The ethics House of subpanel committee that is comprised four republicans and four democrats,
in its judgment, found Rangel Charlie (the Democratic Representative) guilty of 12 counts of
moral and ethical violations. Charlie had been accused and sentenced of failing to declaring
thousands of money of individual asset on his financial account (disclosure form). He was also
found guilty of failing to have paid federal and state tax on rental incomes on his property house
in the Dominican Republic. In addition, the court found him guilty of having helped and abetted
to preserving tax loopholes worth of millions of dollars for a said oil firm (Aldrich, 2015).
I fully agree and support the House ethics subpanel committee’s decisions that found Democratic
Charlie Range guilty on twelve counts of moral and ethical violations. In my opinion, I think that
Mr. Charlie Rangel, as a law ma...

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