Federal Government Institutions and Practices
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How to make heavy whipping cream, follow these simple steps:
Ingredients: You'll need heavy cream with a high fat content, preferably 36% or more.
Chill Utensils: Ensure your mixing bowl and beaters are well-chilled. Cold equipment helps cream whip up faster.
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Common Good or Individual Rights During a Global Pandemic
To wear a mask or not to wear a mask? That is a good question. With so much confusion out there, it is hard to know exactly what to do. As states move forward with plans to reopen their economy, people have been left with a lot of ...Read the rest of this topic
To close out Women’s History Month the History, Art & Archives office of the U.S. House of Representatives has posted a very informative blog segment on several of the women who have chaired committees in the U.S. House of Representatives. It includes an interesting and inspirational ...Read the rest of this topic
The United States Senate website has an excellent resource to learn more about the history behind equal representation in the Senate and proportional representation in the House, the plan sometimes referred to as the “Great Compromise.” You can also explore the debate at the ...Read the rest of this topic
The Art, History & Archives office of the U.S. House of Representatives provides a segment on their website that provides a virtual tour of the House Chamber through two short videos. The segment also provides links to other useful resources including the annual State of the Union ...Read the rest of this topic
The United States Senate website has an interesting story about the day the filibuster of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 ended which cleared the way for passage of that landmark law. Here is an excerpt from the story citing the eloquence of Senator Everett Dirksen:
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To honor Women’s History Month the United States Senate Historical Office posted a story on their website entitled “Two Women Take the Oath.” Here are the opening paragraphs of the story:
“In celebration of Women’s History Month, this Senate Story highlights a historic day in 1961 ...Read the rest of this topic
Here is a fun question that civics teachers can pose to their students. Who are the 16 United States Senators who later became President of the United States? What three of those Senators went directly from the U.S. Senate to the White House? You can find the answer on this link from ...Read the rest of this topic
Cokie Roberts, who passed away in September, 2019, was a highly respected journalist of my generation. She was the daughter of U.S. Representatives Lindy and Hale Boggs and author of the bestselling book “Founding Mothers: The Women Who Raised Our Nation.” Lindy Boggs was an original ...Read the rest of this topic
An excellent documentary has been developed by the History, Art, and Archives office of the U.S. House of Representatives entitled “Bridging History: Selma and the Voting Rights Act of 1965” that can be helpful resource to teachers to integrate into their lesson plans on the civil ...Read the rest of this topic
Both the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate have standing, or permanent committees that fulfill critical work on behalf of the American public. Each committee, such as the House Agriculture Committee or the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP)...Read the rest of this topic
Executive orders are directives issued by the president, including Presidential directives, National Security Directives, and Homeland Security Presidential Directives. Presidents have issued such orders since 1789. Such orders are open to the public, except for National Security Directives....Read the rest of this topic
Should we count people or citizens? How does the US Census affect states, money, resources or the Electoral College? What has been the history of the US Census? How have the courts ruled in the past? Should we amend the US Constitution in regards to the US Census?
With so much bouncing around in the news about the upcoming US Census, I am looking for lessons or resources to help teach the US Census in my classroom. I am certain my students will have many questions regarding this topic. If you have any information please share!
After reading about the bipartisan partnership between Ted Cruz and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez over banning lawmakers from becoming paid lobbyists, it got me to thinking. Should lawmakers be allowed to become paid lobbyists after they leave office? What are your thoughts?
Shayne Klein, teacher and Academic Dean at Raleigh Charter High School, and Chris Cavanaugh, Global Studies and AP US History teacher at Bismarck High School, presented "Federalism and the Executive Branch" on the Center for Civic Education's Constitution 101 online course. Check out the video!
What questions do you have about the executive branch and federalism?
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The People’s House
The entrance to the U.S. House of Representatives is adorned by the following words of Alexander Hamilton, “Here, sir, the people govern.” For a representative democracy to work well it needs a fluid process of deliberation, negotiation and compromise. Indispensable to...Read the rest of this topic
The Framers of the Constitution intended Congress to be a deliberative body. This meant that it should thoroughly debate issues and avoid making hasty decisions. The bicameral structure of Congress made it difficult to pass laws, especially at the whim of popular majorities. The U.S. Senate ...Read the rest of this topic