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Accessed October 12, 2015. http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/disp_textbook.cfm? smtID=3&psid=3923. “President Jackson 's Veto Message Regarding the Bank of the United States; July 10, 1832.” Yale Law School Lillian Goldman Law Library The Avalon Project. Accessed on October 12, 2015.
6. Bill Clinton appointed Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen Breyer to the United States Supreme Court (a). The U.S. senate confirmed Ruth Bader with a 96 to 3 confirmation vote. Stephen Breyer was confirmed by the senate with an 87 to 9 vote. (b) Article two sections 2 of the U.S. constitution give the president the power to appoint public officials with the consent of the senate.
The President address’s the heads of 50 federal commissions. This consists of the Securities and Exchange commission and the Federal Reserve Board. The EOP (Executive Office of the President) is a group of staff for the President. The Executive Branch performs diplomacy with nations. The President has full authority to sign and negotiate treaties.
The Executive Branch is the President of the United States. The President holds all the force for this branch of the legislature and alternate individuals report to the President. Different parts of the Executive branch incorporate the Vice President, the Executive Office of the President, and the Cabinet.
Butts, M. (n.d.). Voting Rights: The Poll Tax. Retrieved from Dallas Public Library: dallaslibrary2.org/mbutts/assets/lessons/L9-voting+rights/Marion%20Butts%20-%Voting%20Rights(PPT).pdf Coleman, K. J. (July 1, 2014). The Voting Rights Act of 1965: Background and Overview.
(2015). Accountability, transparency, and citizen engagement in government financial reporting. Journal of Government Financial Management, 64(1), 40-45. The second article reviewed was Tools for Transparency, Accountability, and Citizen Engagement. The abstract goes into detail on current governmental financial reports and the public view of these statements.
Chief executive also decides how laws are enforced and chooses what officials control the executive branch. Other responsibilities of the chief executive include: appointing the head of the Central Intelligence Agency, calling cabinet meetings to discuss problems, and investigating problems of The Federal Bureau of Investigation. As chief diplomat the president decides what our foreign diplomats will discuss with other countries. The president also decides the United States foreign policies. Other duties as chief diplomat include: meeting with British leaders in London, hosting Japanese diplomats at the White House, and communication procedures with Russia.