1: freedom of speech, press, and religion.
2: right to bear arms.
3: No quartering of troops without consent of the owner during peacetime.
4. Right of people to be secure and not to be searched without probable
FIRST 10 AMENDMENTS
1: Freedom of expression, assembly, religion, speech; ALL WITH
a) Flag burning is allowed, WR Texas v. Johnson
b) 10 commandments not allowed to put them anywhere you want.
c) Decorations you can decorate bu
1. Joint Chiefs of Staff main military advisors to the President; part of the
department of defense.
a) head of navy
b) head of air force
c) head of marines
d) head of army
2. Chairman of Joint Chief of Staff Presidents main ad
1) Bureaucracy 4th branch of government. Complex organization which consists
of many members, bosses, and systems. Many people are in charge. Many people
working for one organization.
Ex: company college, social security, ca
Qualifications of President 35 yrs old, born citizen, living in US for 14 consecutive
History of divided government divided- when president is one party and congress is
another; opposite of unified government when president an
Congress most unpopular branch of government and most important branch of
government. They make the rules.
Article 1, Section 8 Part of the constitution. States that congress has the power
to coin and borrow money, regulate commerce, c
ELECTIONS & CAMPAIGNS
Presidential vs. Congressional Elections presidential are more competitive
Coattails way that congressmen ride their way into office.
Incumbent candidate in the house who was there before usually is most
Religion & Expression
Prior Restraint US gov cannot tell newspapers what they can or cannot
publish BEFORE. They have freedom of expression if they cross the line then
it is a problem.
Schenk V US Schenk was mai
National Gay Issue:
A.I.D.S gets transferred through a more rapid rate through homosexual sex.
Sodomy Law made by Georgia. Does not allow any non-conceptive sex
Colorado Amendment says that Colorado laws or acts
Political participation who can/cannot vote. History of voting. Restrictions on
voting jail for life etc.
First voters in U.S. history white male property owners were the only ones that
could vote at first. Most = protest