Q: Who is the Chief Executive of the United States ? A: The President. Q: What are the three branches of the United states Government ? A: There are: (A) Legislative Branch (B) Executive Branch (C) Judicial Branch. Q: What is check and balance system ? A: Three branches of the Government check each other and keep balance of power. Q: What does each branch do ? A: Legislative branch makes the law. Executive branch enforce the law. Judicial branch explains the law. Q: How many houses are there in the State Legislature ? A: Two, Senate and Assembly. Q: How many states are there in the United States ? A: There are fifty states. Q: Which are the last two states that join the union ? A: Alaska and Hawaii. Q: What day is July 4th ? A: It's Independence Day. Q: How many houses are there in Congress ? A: Senate and House of Representatives. Q: How many senators are there in the United States ? A: One hundred senators, two from each state. Q: How many members are there in the House of Representatives ? A: Four hundred and thirty-five. Q: Who elects the Congress ? A: The people of United States. Q: Who makes the law of the United States ? A: Congress does. Q: How long is a senator in office ? A: Six years. Q: Who are the President and Vice President of the United States ? A: The President is George W. Bush, vice President is Dick Cheney. Q: Who elect the President ? A: The people of the United States. Q: How many years does the President serve in one term ? A: Four years. Q: How many terms may a President serve ? A: Two terms. Q: What Amendment limits the terms of service of the President ? A: Amendment 22. Q: How many cabinet members does the President have ? A: Fourteen. Q: Who helps the President in his executive work ? A: The Cabinet. Q: In case the President resigns or passes away, who will become President ? A: Vice President will succeed. Q: What kind of work does the Vice President perform ? A: He is Chairman of the Senate. Q: Who presides over the House of Representatives ? A: The Speaker. Q: What are the requirements of President and Vice President ? A: They must be native-born citizens of the United States and be more than thirty-five years old. Q: Who was the first President ? A: George Washington. Q: Which is the highest court in the United States ? A: The U.S. Supreme Court. Q: How many judges are there in the Supreme Court ? A: Nine. Q: How long do they serve ? A: They serve for life during their good behavior. Q: How are these judges appointed ? A: They are appointed by the President with consent of the Senate. Q: What is the Constitution ? A: It's the highest law of the United States. Q: What are the principles of the Constitution ? A: Liberty, Equality and Justice. Q: What is an amendment ? A: It's change or an addition to the Constitution. Q: What are the first ten amendment called ? A: Bill of Rights. Q: What is the bill of Rights ? A: Freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of press, security of home, peaceable assembly and fair trial. Q: How many amendments are there ? A: Twenty-six. Q: What is the Amendment 26 ? A: Over age 18 can vote. Q: What is Amendment 15 ? A: The right to vote. Q: What do you know about President Lincoln ? A: He was the sixteenth President. Civil war broke out during his term. He freed the slaves. Q: When did the United States become an independent nation ? A: July 4, 1776. Q: Who wrote the Declaration of Independence ? A: Jefferson. Q: What caused the Civil War ? A: Slavery. Q: What was the result of the Civil War ? A: Freed the slaves. Q: When was the Revolutionary War ? A: 1775 to 1783. Q: What caused the Revolutionary War ? A: Taxation without representation. Q: What was the result of the Revolutionary War ? A: The 13 colonies got their independence. Q: Where was the Declaration of Independence issued ? A: At Philadelphia. Q: How many colors are there in the flag of the United States ? A: Three: red, white and blue. Q: What do the colors stand for ? A: Red for courage, white for truth and blue for justice. Q: How many stars are there in the flag ? A: There are fifty stars, one for each state. Q: How many stripes are there ? A: Thirteen, seven red and six white. Each represents one of the thirteen original states. Q: What is the name of the national anthem ? A: The Star-Spangled Banner. Q: Who is called the Father of His Country in America ? A: George Washington. Q: Where is the Capital ? A: Washington, D.C. Q: Where does the President live ? A: In the White House.