Today we celebrate the 227th Anniversary of the U.S. Constitution. Sadly, most Americans know little to nothing about this great document. Camp Constitution mans information tables at various venues the year and offers those who stop by our tables to take a simple 10 question quiz. We challenge you to take it.
1, Which amendment protects the right to keep and bear arm
2, What is the age requirement for the U.S. Senate?
3, Which amendment reads “From each according to his abilities, to
each according to his needs?”
4, Lawmaking abilities are vested in which branch of government?
5, How many amendments does the Constitution have?
6, Which branch of government has the power to regulate education?
7, Where in the Constitution is foreign aid mentioned?
4, Congress- Article One, Section One.
6, None. The U.S. Constitution does not grant any power regarding education in the Constitution.
7, It isn’t mentioned. The Constitution never gave the federal government any power to give taxpayer money to foreign countries. A treaty may include financial arrangements but this wouldn’t be foreign aid.
8, 2/3 of those present (Article II, Section, II, Paragraph II)
9, The House of Representatives (Article I, Section II, Paragraph 5
10, Congress (Article I, Section 8, Paragraph 11
Thank you for taking the quiz. We hope that this will challenge you to both learn more, and help others learn about this incredible document. We also hope that you will take an important role in the freedom movement. If you would like more information about Camp Constitution, please visit our web site www.campconstitution.net
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