7It is the Vice President’s only real legislative power. Power Trip- 300It is the Vice President’s only real legislative power.
8What is the power to break ties in Senate votes? Power Trip - 300What is the power to break ties in Senate votes?
9It has the power to impeach presidents. Power Trip - 400It has the power to impeach presidents.
10What is the House of Representatives Power Trip- 400What is the House of Representatives
11Power Trip - 500Although President Clinton used one to restrict tobacco advertising to teenagers and President Bush used one to determine that terrorists are enemy combatants not covered by the Geneva Convention, the president’s power to issue these is NOT mentioned in the Constitution.
12What are EXECUTIVE ORDERS? Power Trip - 500What are EXECUTIVE ORDERS?
13Compromising Positions - 100 Type of federal positions which are NOT appointed by the president
14Compromising Positions - 100 What are CIVIL SERVICE jobs?
15Compromising Positions - 200 He or she presides over the House of Representatives
16Compromising Positions - 200 Who is the Speaker of the House?
17Compromising Positions - 300 The president’s chief of staff, press secretary, and counsel work as a part of this.
18Compromising Positions - 300 What is the White House Office?
19Compromising Positions - 400 The secretary of state, the secretary of defense, the secretary of the treasury, and the attorney general
20Compromising Positions - 400 Who are the members of the president’s “inner cabinet”?
21Compromising Positions - 500 The president’s national security advisor and National Security Council are a part of this
22Compromising Positions - 500 What is the Executive Office of the President?
23Senatorial Courtesy - 100A Senator can effectively prevent the Senate from voting on an issue by engaging in this
25Senatorial Courtesy - 200Unlike his or her counterpart in the House of Representatives, he or she has the top leadership post
26Who is the MAJORITY LEADER? Senatorial Courtesy - 200Who is the MAJORITY LEADER?
27Senatorial Courtesy - 300The term “senatorial courtesy” refers to the fact that the president does not generally nominate anyone for this post within a state without the approval of that state’s senators