Bill of Rights
Vocab
Important Numbers
Important Numbers II
Misc.

100

This amendment guarantees us the "right to bear arms".

What is the 2nd amendment?

100

This is a proposed law.

What is a bill?

100

This is how many stars there are on the U.S. Flag.

What is 50?

100

This is how many original colonies there were in America.

What is 13 ?

100

The fact that we can't be tried for the same crime twice is called _____.

What is "double jeopardy"?

200

The 4th amendment guarantees that the government can't search your belongings without what?

What is a warrant?

200

This is a way that the president can keep a bill from becoming a law.

What is a veto?

200

There are this many judges on the Supreme Court.

What is 9?

200

This is how many years a president serves in a single term.

What is 4 ?

200

This is made up of two parts: the Senate and the House of Representatives.

What is Congress?

300

This amendment both guarantees rights and prohibits the gov't from doing things.

What is the 5th Amendment?

300

This term describes something with 2 parts.


What is bicameral?

300

This is how many amendments have been made to the Constitution.

What is 27 ?

300

This is how old a person needs to be if he/she wants to be a senator.

What is 30 ?

300

This is the way that no single branch of our government can become too powerful.

What is "checks and balances"?

400

This amendment allows us to have the right "to remain silent".

What is the 5th Amendment?

400

To formally charge someone with a crime related to his/her office.

What is impeach?

400

This is how many amendments make up the Bill of Rights.

What is 10 ?

400

This is how many years a member of the House of Representatives serves in a single term.

What is 2 ?

400

This is needed to search/seize someone's property.

What is a warrant?

500

These are all five rights guaranteed in the 1st Amendment.

What are speech, religion, press, assembly, and petition?

500

This group is responsible for electing the president.

What is the Electoral College?

500

This is the year that the Declaration of Independence was signed.

What is 1776 ?

500

This is the total number of members in Congress today.

What is 535 ?

500

This is a way that Congress can pass a law over a president's veto.

What is a "veto override"?