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The Structure of the U.S. Court System

The Structure of the U.S. Court System

The U.S. court system is, much like the government, built upon hierarchy. The federal court system has three levels, each of which handles different levels of judicial review. Cases can move up through these levels, and only a select percent are taken on by the top...
Four Key Components of the Electoral College

Four Key Components of the Electoral College

Part of the American election process is the Electoral College. While voters across the 50 states have a majority of the influence over selecting the President of the United States, the Electoral College serves an important role in appointing a new leader. This blog...
How Amendments are Added to the Constitution

How Amendments are Added to the Constitution

As of 2019, the United States has established twenty-seven amendments. These amendments are additions to the baseline set forth by the Constitution, regulating federal law and its impact on American citizens. While the first ten amendments were passed alongside the...
Origins of the Bill of Rights

Origins of the Bill of Rights

When many Americans think of civil liberties, they think first of the Bill of Rights. The first ten amendments to the Constitution are some of the most important guarantors of freedom in America. Unfortunately, many people think the Founding Fathers just thought these...