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August 15, 2007

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thebluestbutterfly

So, you think that the check & balance system currently working well? Is there anything that you would do to improve it?

Linda

This is fascinating stuff! I'm shortly to apply for citizenship, and this is just the kind of thing I will have to learn.

Linda

Oh, and my own TT is up, too. ;)

Lisa

YEY for a liberal blogger!! If you've got KOS in your blogroll, you're a friend of mine.

Excellent and educational 13. Thanks for this. (Reading it all now!)

Have a good thursday!

tommiea

Goes to show, you learn something new everyday......

thanks for visiting my TT. Happy Thursday!

buttercup

Wow, I haven't seen it laid out like that since law school... Nice TT.

Comedy Plus

Have a great TT. :)

Splash

Great TT! I actually remember most of that from high school, and boy was that a long time ago. Different hot topics in those days. Can anyone say Watergate?

L-Squared

Interesting list as always. Reading this took me back to my high school government class. :-)

Thanks for visiting my list!

Thomma Lyn

Interesting list -- and refreshing and relevant to the troubled times the U.S. is experiencing. I think this T13 ought to be required reading at the White House.

Thanks for a great T13, and thank you for visiting mine! :)

beth

Of course, there are examples of working around the checks and balances on both sides. That's politics. Fortunately, the checks and balances work in the long run - most of the time.

You always have such interesting and informative posts!

pussreboots

Interesting choice for a Thursday Thirteen.

Midas

Oh, this brings back pleasant memories of Gov 101. Great condensation. I wish I had this list before enrolling in that class.

Tour Marm

Great TT! I have to explain all this to my students and parents on tour! The beauty of this is that...it works!

Tour Marm

Great TT! I have to explain all this to my students and parents on tour! The beauty of this is that...it works!

Tour Marm

Great TT! I have to explain all this to my students and parents on tour! The beauty of this is that...it works!

Tour Marm

Great TT! I have to explain all this to my students and parents on tour! The beauty of this is that...it works!

emma wayne porter

I wish more people understood these things. And I wish I understood why we need "separation" between the DOJ, CIA, and MI.

Tink

Wow, I really learn something new every time I visit here. Fascinating, thanks!
My TT is about BED.

Xakara

I have never been so thoroughly informed and reminded of past knowledge as I have been on this lovely, much too early morning.

Thank you. I'll make sure to come back often.

~X

Robin

An excellent reminder.

Happy TT.

Barbara

Very informative, thanks for writing this.

Susan Helene Gottfried

Wow, I remembered all of this from my high school and college government classes. Guess stuff DOES filter in while you sleep. (Hey, I slept through English, too; I'm not a subject-sensitive sleeper!)

Happy TT and thanks for visiting again this week. Really nice to see you again.

busy

I didn't know some of this stuff. Thanks. Happy TT!

Joely

I like seeing relevant issues along with the facts. Thanks for sharing!

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