Government

by: Kate, Isabella, Natalie, and Maria

Have you ever wondered, what our Government will be like in the future? Well, we're here to teach you what the Government is like, for instance about the three branches of the Government, Judicial, Executive and Legislative branches. We hope you learn a lot.

Legislative Maria, Kate, Isabella, Natalie

  • The House of Representatives and the Senate forms the US Congress.

  • They can confirm war, reject president's decisions.

  • House of Representatives-made of 435 electives divided into the 50 states, depending the total of their population.

  • There are two senators for each state

  • The Legislative branch makes the laws

  • The House of Representatives and the senate must agree to make a law

  • Each state votes votes for two people for the senate
  • It helps to choose a new President
  • Made up by the congress
  • Is part of the constitution
  • It has two parts the house of representatives and the senate

Executive Kate Ubriaco

  • The President is the head of the Executive branch

  • The Executive branch approves and passes laws which comes from the legislative branch

  • The Executive also has other members such as, the Vice President and the 15 major departments of the governments (the Cabinet)

  • Some of the 15 major departments are the Secretary of State, The Secretary of Treasury and The Secretary of Defense

  • The Executive is in control of approving and carry on the laws written by Congress.

Judicial Natalie Calman

  • Judicial has the supreme court

  • The members are assigned by the president and approved by the Senate

  • Court deals with the big problems

  • Article 3 of the constitution started the judicial branch

  • The Congress has the capacity to insert courts to the Supreme Court.

  • Judges and justices can't drop out of their responsibilities-until death, or retirement, or the Senate obligates them to move them out of their position.

  • There are 9 Justices

  • The judges get chosen to be judges by getting elected by the public or assigned by the goverment

Bill of Rights Isabella Mora

The Bill of Rights is an arrangement of the first ten amendments to the Constitution of the U.S.A. The Bill of Rights restrains the U.S government from having much power. James Madison drafted the Bill of Rights. It was finished in 1791. It included multiple rights of everyone in America. They were given the freedom of speech, the press, assembly, and religion.Individuals can bear arms, and no unusual or cruel punishment. You can't be accused twice for the same mistake, and many other amendments. Everyone should have the same equal rights as anyone else, which brings me to Democracy.

Democracy Isabella Mora

Democracy is a type of government. When all people vote for their leader, or representative.In governments whom have democracy have to share the power equally, but mostly the leader that they elected takes charge when there is a flaw. When they elect the director, they have to make sure that this is the person who will be the commander, and manage the laws and politics of their community. We are lucky to have a government that has democracy because there is equality to all!
In conclusion, every government has their twists and turns, but mainly they are here to protect us to whatever is coming next. We are lucky to have a government that approves us to make our own decision about life. We are glad to have teached you about the branches (Legislative, Judicial, and Executive), but there still is much to learn about our government. Remember, governments are always trying to make our life happier for us to live, especially our government.