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Read the Federalist Papers Softcover, 107 pages Thomas Jefferson called The
Federalist Papers the best commentary on the principles of government, which
ever was written. Over 200 years after the writing of these essays, most
commentators � liberal and conservative � still agree. While The Federalist is
indeed an important resource for understanding the meaning of our Constitution,
its relevance is based on something deeper. The authors of the essays knew that
the principles of our Founding would not always be unquestioned, so they gave us
the strongest defense of those principles as part of the immediate political
struggle for ratification. The Federalist not only illuminates the meaning of
the Constitution's text, it also explains how our Constitution embodies the core
principles of the Declaration of Independence and why it must be preserved in
the face of present struggles. In this monograph, Anthony Peacock, professor of
political science at Utah State University, offers us a brief guide to The
Federalist, a road map illuminating the major issues treated in the essays and
explaining their continued relevance for us today. An appendix of important
passages on contemporary subjects is also included as a helpful resource for
interested readers. Despite our contemporary challenges, we still enjoy some
measure of constitutional government. More importantly, our Founders have left
us with their teaching and example, showing us the way to restore our
Constitution to its rightful place. Our Constitution will endure only if our
leaders understand why it is defensible, and there is no better argument in
favor of the Constitution that The Federalist Papers.
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FactCheck.org - Holding politicians accountable.
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- The Federal Register
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and Records Administration (NARA), the Federal Register is the official
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over 17,000 federal, state, and local governmental, court, and more.
- Full Contact List for Attorneys General in each state
- This Nation A repository of
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American Government and Politics. This site is the home of one of the
first exclusively online American government & politics textbooks. The primary purpose is to serve as a companion site to the e-textbook. However, true to our original vision,
we continue to offer information and resources free of charge to the general public to promote better understanding of and more effective
participation in the American political system.
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Internet to written and spoken words, sound recordings, still and moving
images, prints, maps, and sheet music that document the American
experience. It is a digital record of American history and creativity.
These materials, from the collections of the Library of Congress and
other institutions, chronicle historical events, people, places, and
ideas that continue to shape America, serving the public as a resource
for education and lifelong learning.
- Thomas Historical Reference
National Archives And Records
The United States Government Manual
- State and Local Gateway
Issues, News, Links
Web Sites of city,
state and federal governmental agencies
Policy Experts Organization database search
- Keeping America Informed
U.S. Census Bureau Get the Demographics and projections of the
census. Answers any question you might have in this area.
National Archives and Records Administration
(i.e.: Freedom Of Information Act)
http://www.opensecrets.org/ Campaign Contributions: Who's Contributing how much to whom
web site provides more information on when Congress is in and out of session.
- House Budget Committee - The Waste Watchers initiative has already begun to
pay off by identifying sources of government waste, fraud and abuse. For
instance, Medicare contractors paid improper claims totaling $12.3
billion in fiscal 2002 alone. In fiscal 2001, $1.4 billion in federal
food stamps were improperly (read: fraudulently) distributed. In their
relentless effort to change the culture of waste in government, the
taskforce has even provided a website where government abuse may be
The Swine Line,
Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW.org) has unveiled a new blog
with up-to-the-minute information on the wasteful spending going on in our nation�s capital.
Registration Tracker created by the Sunlight Foundation, which seeks to
increase government transparency, has already noted 350 registrations filed
by lobbyists since midterm elections. Under current law, lobbyists have to
file registrations within 45 days of being hired. By tracking them, the
Sunlight site sheds light on who is hiring lobbyists and what issues they
are taking on.
- Progress for America
was founded as a non-profit, tax-exempt 100%(c)(4) organization, which,
according to its website (www.progressforamerica.com),
"promotes nonpartisan policies that stimulate the economy, reduce tax burdens on
American families and businesses, and encourage free trade."
- Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Links to statistics and information from more than 70 agencies in the U.S. Federal Government
- Constitution Society This
site aims to eventually provide almost everything one needs to
accurately decide what is and is not constitutional in most situations,
and what applicable constitutions require one to do. It is for
constitutional decision support. The Constitution Society is a private
non-profit organization dedicated to research and public education on
the principles of constitutional republican government. It publishes
documentation, engages in litigation, and organizes local citizens
groups to work for reform.
- See also: American Resources for books
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