A political family (also referred to as political dynasty) is a family in which several members are involved in politics, particularly electoral politics. Members may be related by blood or marriage; often several generations or multiple siblings may be involved. Traditional political families monopolizing political power from generation to generation since the time of the … Continue reading What is Political Dynasty? Give three examples of Political Dynasties in the Philippines. Why do you think it continues to exist? Can Political Dynasty be good for our country? Why or Why not?
When Americans go to the polls in presidential elections they are actually voting for a group of officials who make up the Electoral College. The word "college" here simply refers to a group of people with a shared task. These people are electors and their job is to choose the President and Vice-President, Thus, the … Continue reading Describe the American election system for their president. What are its advantages and disadvantages? Do you like it? Why or why not?
A government with a multi-party system for the Philippines is what I prefer over a two-party system for some reasons. First, a multi-party system encourages everyone within the scope of the constitution asa qualified representative to form a distinctive party (i.e. Land Reform Party, Labor Workers, Elitists, Business Tycoons, etc. ), every Filipino citizen is … Continue reading Should the Philippines adopt the two-party system or remain a multi-party system? Why or why not?
Someone from our beloved followers asked me this question; Am I in favor of a federal form of government? As an honest opinion, I am in favor of a federal form of government. But before we proceed to my thoughts, allow me to indicate one of the major reasons why I support a federal form … Continue reading Are you in favor of a federal form of government?
As a background, The Philippine Government is a Unitary, Republic, Presidential System, Parliamentary and Constitutional Republic type of Government with that our Presidential Type of Government has a slow response. Since it is centralized and most situations are focused in Metro Manila, the local issue under its domain are somehow, if not, neglected due to … Continue reading What are the weaknesses or problems of the Philippine Presidential Type of Government?
Citizen participation encompasses a wide range of formal and informal activities. Examples include voting, volunteering, participating in group activities and; some are individual activities that benefit society (e.g., voting) or (e.g., volunteer organizations) participating in the electoral process by voting or registering others to vote is an example of Citizen Participation. Citizen participation varies by … Continue reading What is Citizen Participation
According to Frank J. Goodnow (1999), he emphasized the inseparability of the different branches of the government through the creation and implementation of public policies, in which these branches have their own unique type of responsibility when dealing with the creation of a policy. An analysis of the organization of the government will reveal the … Continue reading Concepts of Public Policy
The present Philippine Public Administration for me would have a satisfactory grade in performing its mandates particularly in affairs of the country, but I will just give the complement to our president alone. Hierarchically speaking, the President has his own cabinet members and House of Representatives that act as his functioning body. our government’s pace … Continue reading Assessment on the present Philippine Public Administration and Political Landscape?
I've always been an avid fan of history and strategy games but one of the most strategy games I admired most are Rise of Kingdoms and Civilization VI. Featured in ROK is the Peerless Scholar Event where in players are asked game relevant questions and other historical events in which players need to answer them … Continue reading Rise of Kingdoms Peerless Scholar Questions and Answers
Hi guys! it's the moment of my life that I've decided to have a stable family of my own and yes I am now married. We were just about to have a transient vacation in Manila, Philippines but was held by this pandemic. It was actually a blessing in disguise since we haven't had our … Continue reading Tagaytay, Philippines Trip amidst the Pandemic (Health Protocols Observed)