Kristin Taylor-Current Events Paper #1

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Kristin Taylor Prof. Randall Swain POL 370_ Introduction to Public Administration November 4 th , 2015 Wehner, P. (2015, 02 28), Government Is Not the Enemy. New York Times, Retrieved from: - enemy.html?_r=0 “Government Is Not the Enemy” is a type of articles that will impact readers of the future because it mainly talks about President Obama and how he is handling the government. Also, it also describes presidents such as Clinton, Bush, etc and it introduces you to the article’s content of what Peter Wehner wrote about and how he accomplished this article and called it one of his top articles in the whole world and so on and so forth. However, this was a really good educational source for me because I learned about every single of these presidents and how they influenced the government through school and how it made a big impact on me and how it will help the people of the future as well because this article provides you with the types of ideas such as welfare, crime, and then tax credit and so on and so forth. In addition, this could be an interesting educational for future readers to read because it shows all of us out there as individuals how the government and the author discusses that in this article and tells us how it works and everything as well. First of all, while I was reading this article there were some good educational details about this source and how it influenced me as a reader as well. This article in the
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introduction talks about President Obama and how the national debt has nearly doubled, federal spending as a percentage of the gross domestic product and how it reached a post-
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