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Questions relating to the government or the politics of the United States of America

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Yes. Since the State Funeral for President John F. Kennedy and for every former President following (with exception to Nixon) a National Day of Mourning is Declared for the day of the funeral (or pub …
answered Dec 4 '18 by hszmv
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To answer the banner issue, it's an issue of what information is blocked out. Typically, the space between the TOP SECRET and NOFORN is compartmentalized accesses that are required to view the docume …
answered May 3 '18 by hszmv
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In any given state within the United States, the title of the wife of the Governor of that sate is the "First Lady of the State Of X" and will parallel the title "First Lady of the United States" whic …
answered Jan 17 '18 by hszmv
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No. The United States does not have any state sponsored media (PBS and NPR are closest, but they also work on donations from both corporations and viewers). These media make their money by selling ad …
answered Apr 16 '18 by hszmv
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The form of government is called "Town Meeting", and is a form of government common in many parts of the United States, especially in the New England region (States North of New York State), Upstate N …
answered Apr 8 '19 by hszmv
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So I looked up SCOTUS Blog which documents statics of the court opinions and decisions and found that this term (October 2017) was high with 23%, but there were often years very low. Last year, 5-4 d …
answered Jun 28 '18 by hszmv
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You can look up your Rep here. While it doesn't let you e-mail them directly, my Rep's search result had a link to his web page with a contact page listing several e-mails. Having a friend who worke …
answered Aug 27 '19 by hszmv
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Generally, this is because of the 10th Amendment, which basically says that the Constitution only grants the Federal Government the rights that it says it does. Anything not explicitly listed in the …
answered Aug 6 '18 by hszmv
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For me personally, it's Federalism. I am opposed to a nation wide requirement to a gun safety course requirement, but I am not opposed to California having a state requirement to take the course befo …
answered Aug 6 '19 by hszmv
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I have some reliable first hand knowledge that TSA also gets tested on narcotics and chemical componants of explosives and do fairly better (it helps that they have dogs trained to sniff out narcotics …
answered Nov 26 '19 by hszmv
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Presidential Proclamations (AKA Executive Orders) are usually directives issued by the President to the various (and numerous) agencies under the executive branch that give them general issues on how …
answered Sep 19 '18 by hszmv
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Historically, the richest president (adjusted for inflation) is Donald Trump (multi-millionaire to multi-billionaire depending on who is doing accounting) and the second richest president was George W …
answered Oct 21 '19 by hszmv
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The fact that the US is huge means that politicians from the same party can have different opinions on policy based on regional issues. A Republican from California is going to have strong opinions th …
answered Aug 28 '18 by hszmv
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The Constitution grants the power to determine voting law to the individual states, so long as they are "republic in nature" (The Founders used republic to denote a system without a monarchy head of s …
answered Nov 25 '19 by hszmv
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Yes... but again, that involves peeling at least 5 Senate Republicans off the trial which doesn't seem all that likely. At either rate, both houses do have guidelines that suggest that the delays sho …
answered Dec 19 '19 by hszmv

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