200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 ANYTHING The Judicial ...
What principle states that the government gets permission to rule from the people?
Consent of the governed
The 2 nd  Amendment protects:
People who own guns
The principle of government that divides powers between the three branches is:
Checks and Balances
Who gives the government its power in limited government?
The people
The powers not given to the national government by the Constitution of the United States of America are reserved for:
the states
What was the most important outcome of  Marbury v. Madison ?
It established the principal of judicial review.
What is the primary responsibility of the Judicial Branch?
to interpret laws
Once appointed to the Supreme Court, how long does a justice serve?
Lifetime Term
Who is the current Supreme Court Chief Justice?
John Roberts
Name one court that has  appellate  jurisdiction…
Supreme Court or  Court of Appeals
The United States Supreme Court and the Virginia Supreme Court both have the power of judicial review. What is judicial re...
they can declare laws and acts unconstitutional
What are the first 10 amendments in the Constitution known as?
The Bill of Rights
Where are the powers of the Legislative Branch defined?
Article 1
What is the first part of the Constitution called?
The Preamble
To date, ________ amendments have been added to the Constitution of the United States of America.
27
How many ARTICLES are there in the Constitution?
7
What is the major responsibility of the Executive Branch?
To enforce laws
Who are the two people in charge of the Executive Branch?
The President & Vice-President
If a President lies under oath, Congress may ______________, or remove him from office.
impeach
How does a bill become a law even if a President uses his veto power?
2/3 of both houses can override the veto.
Where are the powers of the Executive Branch defined?
Article 2
What is the major responsibility of the Legislative Branch?
To make laws
What does the term Bicameral mean?
Two houses
What document defines the powers and responsibilities of each branch of government?
The U.S. Constitution
What form of government divides power between state and national governments?
Federalism
After a bill goes to the Senate or House for debate the next step is..
… It needs a majority vote of both houses of Congress
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  1. 1. 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 ANYTHING The Judicial Branch The U.S. Constitution The Executive Branch The Legislative Branch
  2. 2. What principle states that the government gets permission to rule from the people?
  3. 3. Consent of the governed
  4. 4. The 2 nd Amendment protects:
  5. 5. People who own guns
  6. 6. The principle of government that divides powers between the three branches is:
  7. 7. Checks and Balances
  8. 8. Who gives the government its power in limited government?
  9. 9. The people
  10. 10. The powers not given to the national government by the Constitution of the United States of America are reserved for:
  11. 11. the states
  12. 12. What was the most important outcome of Marbury v. Madison ?
  13. 13. It established the principal of judicial review.
  14. 14. What is the primary responsibility of the Judicial Branch?
  15. 15. to interpret laws
  16. 16. Once appointed to the Supreme Court, how long does a justice serve?
  17. 17. Lifetime Term
  18. 18. Who is the current Supreme Court Chief Justice?
  19. 19. John Roberts
  20. 20. Name one court that has appellate jurisdiction…
  21. 21. Supreme Court or Court of Appeals
  22. 22. The United States Supreme Court and the Virginia Supreme Court both have the power of judicial review. What is judicial review?
  23. 23. they can declare laws and acts unconstitutional
  24. 24. What are the first 10 amendments in the Constitution known as?
  25. 25. The Bill of Rights
  26. 26. Where are the powers of the Legislative Branch defined?
  27. 27. Article 1
  28. 28. What is the first part of the Constitution called?
  29. 29. The Preamble
  30. 30. To date, ________ amendments have been added to the Constitution of the United States of America.
  31. 31. 27
  32. 32. How many ARTICLES are there in the Constitution?
  33. 33. 7
  34. 34. What is the major responsibility of the Executive Branch?
  35. 35. To enforce laws
  36. 36. Who are the two people in charge of the Executive Branch?
  37. 37. The President & Vice-President
  38. 38. If a President lies under oath, Congress may ______________, or remove him from office.
  39. 39. impeach
  40. 40. How does a bill become a law even if a President uses his veto power?
  41. 41. 2/3 of both houses can override the veto.
  42. 42. Where are the powers of the Executive Branch defined?
  43. 43. Article 2
  44. 44. What is the major responsibility of the Legislative Branch?
  45. 45. To make laws
  46. 46. What does the term Bicameral mean?
  47. 47. Two houses
  48. 48. What document defines the powers and responsibilities of each branch of government?
  49. 49. The U.S. Constitution
  50. 50. What form of government divides power between state and national governments?
  51. 51. Federalism
  52. 52. After a bill goes to the Senate or House for debate the next step is..
  53. 53. … It needs a majority vote of both houses of Congress
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