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JEOPARDY #2 Ch
Executive Decision Eat a ‘PeachNot Worth a Bucket of Warm Spit By the Numbers Cabinet Making Red Tape
Executive Decision- 100 The factor which has the greatest influence on a citizen’s approval of the president
Executive Decision What is political party affiliation?
Executive Decision- 200 The president exercises his agenda setting power though it every January
Executive Decision What is the State of the Union Address?
Executive Decision It does have the force of law, but, unlike a treaty, it does not have to be ratified by the Senate or enforced by subsequent administrations.
Executive Decision What is an EXECUTIVE ORDER?
Executive Decision The one is more efficient, but also more likely to deny presidential access for opposing viewpoints while the other filters less, but is often inefficient.
Executive Decision What are the relative advantages and disadvantages of the pyramidal and circular models for organizing the White House Office?
Executive Decision They are the three “biggie” organizations in the Executive Office of the President
Executive Decision What are the NSC, the OMB, and the NEC?
Eat a ‘Peach Impeachment is a political process. This is the judicial analog of impeachment.
Eat a ‘Peach What is INDICTMENT?
Eat a ‘Peach- 200 Tries all impeached officials
Eat a ‘Peach What is the Senate?
Eat a ‘Peach Presides over presidential impeachment trials
Eat a ‘Peach Who is the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court?
Eat a ‘Peach Only Presidents who have been impeached
Eat a ‘Peach Who are Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton?
Eat a ‘Peach Committee responsible for impeachment
Eat a ‘Peach What is the House Judiciary Committee?
Not Worth a Bucket of Warm Spit The most ususal way that vice presidents have become presidents in American history
Not Worth a Bucket of Warm Spit What is by taking the presidency when the president dies?
Not Worth a Bucket of Warm Spit In order to appeal to a portion of the electorate otherwise unlikely to vote for him
Not Worth a Bucket of Warm Spit What is the most likely basis upon which a presidential candidate will select a running mate?
Not Worth a Bucket of Warm Spit It’s the two-step method constitutionally prescribed for filling a vice presidential vacancy
Not Worth a Bucket of Warm Spit What is the president nominates a new VP who then must be approved by BOTH houses of Congress?
Not Worth a Bucket of Warm Spit Gerald Ford
Not Worth a Bucket of Warm Spit Who is the only Vice President to become president without ever facing national election?
Not Worth a Bucket of Warm Spit He said this when he turned down the office of vice president: “I do not choose to be buried until I am already dead.”He said this when he turned down the office of vice president: “I do not choose to be buried until I am already dead.” 2.He said the office was not worth this category’s title.He said the office was not worth this category’s title.
Not Worth a Bucket of Warm Spit Who are Daniel Webster and John Nance Garner?
By the Numbers , 100, 535
By the Numbers What are the number of seats in the House, the Senate, and the Congress?
By the Numbers and 7; 30 and 9
By the Numbers What are the age and citizenship requirements for membership in the House and the Senate respectively?
By the Numbers and 14
By the Numbers What are the age and residency requirements for presidents?
By the Numbers % male, 40% lawyers, most are well-educated and from upper-middle or upper income backgrounds, mostly Protestant, and mostly white and aged 55 or 60
By the Numbers What is the demography of Congress?
By the Numbers GS 1-18
By the Numbers- 500 What are the General Schedule Ratings (assigned by the Office of Personnel Management) which determine the salaries of civil servants?
Cabinet Making By appointing administrators sympathetic to his policy agenda
Cabinet Making How does the president exercise his influence over the federal bureaucracy?
Cabinet Making What is the current number of cabinet departments?
Cabinet Making The Department of Homeland Security
Cabinet Making What is the most recently created cabinet department?
Cabinet Making The cabinet department which hires the most people
Cabinet Making What is the Department of Defense?
Cabinet Making The most important reason that most presidents do not treat their cabinets as advisory bodies
Cabinet Making What is that the cabinet secretaries engage in turf battles, seeking to defend and promote departmental interests in meetings with the president?
Red Tape To develop and enforce procedures for implementing policy
Red Tape What is the main function of the federal bureaucracy?
Red Tape Under the spoils system, appointments to federal bureaucratic jobs were based primarily on this.
Red Tape What is patronage?
Red Tape Duplicating responsibilitiesDuplicating responsibilities 2. authorizing and appropriating funds authorizing and appropriating funds 3.Holding hearing to determine possible agency abuseHolding hearing to determine possible agency abuse 4.Re-writing legislationRe-writing legislation
Red Tape How does Congress engage in oversight of the bureaucracy?
Red Tape The biggest difference in the federal bureaucracy and most other large bureaucracies
Red Tape What is “It has two masters: the president and Congress?
Red Tape The term which most aptly defines the policy-making power of the federal bureaucracy