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Post by Antonius C on August 21, 2014

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:10
  • Domestic Policy 2:12
    • Crime Prevention
    • Education
  • Obamacare 7:00
    • Affordable Care Act (ACA)
    • Constitutionality of ACA's Individual Mandate
  • Social Welfare 14:37
    • Public Attitude Toward Government Involvement Fighting Against Economic Downturns and Poverty
    • Social Security Act of 1935
    • Reagan Reduced Benefits and Effectively Used Rhetoric Decrying 'Big Government'
    • Bill Clinton Ended Welfare As We Know it and Replace AFDC to TANF
  • Economic Policy 19:29
    • Government Raises Revenue Through a Variety of Taxes
    • Individual Income Tax
    • Federal Reserve Board Controls Monetary Policy Through the Federal Open Market Committee
    • Fed Chairman Exerts a lot of Power in His Ability to Implement Monetary Policy as Opposed to Fiscal Policy
  • Mandatory and Discretionary Spending 28:30
    • Mandatory Spending
    • Discretionary Spending
  • Social Security Reform 34:33
    • Raise Social Security Taxes
    • Reduce Benefits to Current Retirees
    • Raise the Retirement Age
  • The Federal Budget 41:29
    • Fiscal Year
    • Office of Management and Budget
    • Congress Debates with the Congressional Budget Office Providing Economic Data
    • Congress Sends Appropriations Bills for Approval
    • If No Budget, Government Shuts Down
  • Example 1 44:56
  • Example 2 46:04
  • Example 3 46:38
  • Example 4 48:48
  • Example 5 50:16