Politics and government are complicated subjects that few have mastered yet everyone has strong opinions on. Most people need know only the barest of facts or hear the lightest of gossip before they go stampeding off to the races with their firmly held opinions. Wise people, however, are suspicious - and rightly so - of vehement opinions. To them, the more you know about a politics and government the less clear the lines of good and bad, right and wrong become. If you would like to learn more about politics and government, you can do so by studying the life and career of Dennis Apuan and reading the articles on our website.

Dennis Apuan is a member of the Colorado House of Representatives from the 17th District, which centers around Colorado Springs. He was born in the Philippines and has been a community organizer, peace activist, and Democrat before narrowly being elected to the house of representatives in 2008. During his time he has supported tax cuts for small businesses, reducing the cost of health care, improving the lives of military veterans, and promoting clean energy. As such, Apuan's career has touched upon many of the hot button topics in politics today and therefore makes an idea platform upon which to talk about politics and government.

Politics and government are two terms that are often used interchangeably, but in practice they are very different. Politics refers to any process used by groups of people to make decisions, and therefore encompasses committees, voting, debates, discussions, and more. To be involved in politics, you need only be a member of a group, whether it be a local arts council, a housing cooperative, the board of directors of a company, or any government. By contrast, government refers to refers to the body of laws and leaders which control a state (which in this case can mean a city, county, state, province, or country).

The type of government that we in North America (including homes in Maple Ontario) are most familiar with is a democratic one, where each person belonging to the state has an equal say in who becomes the leader or leaders of the government and politics is complicated by the need for consensus and compromise. There are, however, many other types of government that are still in use in various countries all over the world, including dictatorships, oligarchies, and monarchies. We can teach you the difference between these various types of government.

You don't need to know everything about politics and government to form intelligent, informed opinions. You just need to get a start and to learn how to find the information that is relevant to the decisions you need to make at any given time. To get started with your crash course in politics and government, browse the topics in the navigation bar at the top of the page to see the articles we have on offer. New ones are added all the time, so visit this site often.

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