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Article I- powers of the congress Article 1 of the U.S. Constitution gives Congress its powers and limits. Congress is the legislative branch of the government, meaning they are the ones to make laws for the United States of America. The article also creates the two sections of Congress, which is called a bicameral legislature. Sections 1-8 explain the express powers and there are 17 of such powers such as taxation, declaration of war and Indian affairs. Strongest branch without checks and balances Subsection 18 gives congress implied powers that are up for debate by the supreme court Based on foregoing power Article II - powers of the president Commander and Chief of the armed forces Appointment powers - Cabinet departments, federal agencies, defense. Homeland, state Ignite treaties and foreign contact Executives orders(without supreme courts) a new law without going through congress as long as it is constitutional President has to natural-born and has to be 35 sources of the president's powers Chief of state Symbolic Represents the US The highest official of the land Chief executive Hiring and firing power with the approval of congress Head of the executive branch Commander in chief Article 2 of the constitution Advised consent By law- congress can give the president more powers Statutory Inherent- gets the powers of the president before them Presidential powers head of the state chief of the state Commander and chief of the armed forces Chief diplomat
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Dejure - by law Defacto - in fact Chief legislator - president influence on congress Veto Executive order State of the union Party chief DNC-democratic national committee RNC- Republican national committee Appointment powers Powers to pardon or reprieve(president can appoint someone with the approval of the supreme court that has to do with constitutional powers if not constitutional powers the president does not need supreme court ) Special powers( power of president increase in times of national security or national economic crisis) Emergency powers( all bills and rights can be suspended with emergency powers) Executive order Immunity Impounding funds Privilege 1798- john Adams order and emergency "The Alien-Sedition Act."(anyone who is not an American citizen or permanent resident of the US had a very hard time getting citizenship to keep the US from being dragged into war and Adams used the emergency power to remove speech against the government to keep the US together) - 1778 French and US signed alliance, France went to war with other Europe countries and called on the US to help and us could not help or in the position to help Espionage act-1917 (neighbors can spy on neighbors to see who was a spy from other countries) Article III - powers of the supreme court The power to interpret the constitution and law The highest court of Appeal Jurisdiction over navigable rivers( rivers that lead to the ocean) They have the job for life unless dead, or impeached or resigned
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