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The United States Constitution -

Hello Fellow Americans, Today we’ll be continuing our in-depth series at a look into the constitution—primarily covering the Tenth Amendment. We’ll be giving a little background history as well as the purpose it currently holds.  So, without further ado, let’s get started… The Tenth Amendment states… "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."  This makes sure any power not specifically designated to the federal government is given to the state and its people.      This basically divides the...

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Trump 2020 -

Hello Fellow Americans, After all our blogs on the American Supreme Court, you wanted to learn more about the requirements one must meet in order to hold a position as a Supreme Court Justice or Associate Justice. And although there aren’t any super strict guidelines, there are things that must happen and preferences that should be met. So, let’s get started…   Be Appointed   In order to sit on the supreme court either the Senate or president must appoint you to the position—as well as a democratic vote amongst congress being in order following the appointment.   Be A...

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George Washington -

Born February 22, 1732—Washington grew up in a wealthy upbringing and was certainly set up for success from a very young age. Although he did not receive a formal education, by early adulthood he was a talented draftsman and mapmaker. Washington was most known for his admiration of status and power as he made it his life goal to attain it. Prior to his presidency, Washington had quite the expansive colonial military career. During the French and Indian War, Washington served as the lieutenant colonel and second-in-command to over three hundred soldiers. Once the war concluded, Washington had increased his...

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