The Truman Library

May 20, 2022 USGOPO 0

President Harry S. Truman. Harry S. Truman was the only modern president who did not go to college. Truman served as Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Vice […]

Balancing The Ticket

May 12, 2022 USGOPO 0

An Insignificant Office? In a letter from John Adams to his wife Abigail, the new vice president lamented his position in the new government: “…[M]y […]

C-SPAN and Precedents

March 14, 2022 USGOPO 0

C-Span’s Supreme Court Page. C-Span’s Supreme Court page is a wealth of information on the Court, it’s members, and how the Court functions. Peruse the […]

Rule-Making Authority

February 2, 2022 USGOPO 0

Implementing Federal Policies. Many agencies within the executive branch can make rules for how they operate, or rules on industries which they regulate. In keeping […]

Bureaucracy: The Agencies

February 1, 2022 USGOPO 0

Where Congress’s Law is Carried Out. The Bureaucracy, or the so-called “Fourth Branch” of government executes, enforces, and administers national policy. It collects taxes, arrests […]