|Ben's Guide to US Government for Kids
Description:Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids on GPO Access provides a basic introduction to the Federal Government.
|CIA Kids Page
Description:The CIA Kids Pages presents a fascinating trip through the history of intelligence collecting. Kids learn about famous spies of the past, the methods they used and how their work helped our country.
Description:Congressional Quarterly provides ongoing news and analysis on Congress, Washington, American politics and public policy. CQ publications include Web-based news and legislative tracking services, print and electronic newsletters, magazines, textbooks and directories.
|Democratic National Committee
Description:Offers daily news updates, policy analysis, links, email updates and opportunities to participate in the political process.
|Election Comic Strips Vocabulary
Description:Election Campaign 2002 puzzles and comic strip story at Vocabulary University allow participants to learn Latin and Greek word roots and see vocabulary in sentence context. Election-related words and election cliches are offered by email.
|Elections in American Memory
Description:Elections the American Way, a feature presentation for teachers, provides an investigation of the curricular theme, election processes, through use of primary sources from the American Memory collections - from the Learning Page, The Library of Congress.
|Federal Election Commission
Description:The FEC regulates and discloses financing of Federal election campaigns, oversees public funding of Presidential elections, and serves as the national clearinghouse on Federal election administration.
Description:Most comprehensive resource for US Government information, DOD, Department of Defense, federal government, executive agencies, senate, white house, legislative branch, congress. FREE, efficient, directory covers all the content from each public Web site, gives a perspective to the data, enhances and suggests search direction--its message is 'don't search, focus!'
Description:Tired of media reports of fundraising and poll results instead of policy issues? At Issues2000.org, you can see the view of every candidates on every issue.
|Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies
Description:Learn more about various presidents through feature articles and virtual tours of presidential sites.
|Iz and Auggie Go to the Polls
Description:Iz and Auggie's mission to restore peace on the planet of Kohlrabi. Help our heros establish a democracy so the Cabbage Heads will get along!
Description:Fully annotated list of political sites on the Internet.
|Justices of the Supreme Court
Description:biographies of the Supreme Court Justices.
|League of Women Voters
Description:The League of Women Voters encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
|National Budget Simulation Project
Description:A simulation to help people understand the trade-offs that must be made to balance the national budget. There's a short version and a long version. The site also contains additional information on the budget.
|National Political Index
Description:An index of substantive political information for voters, activists, academics, and political professionals. Range of products, information, services, simulations, games, and polling.
|National Review Online
Description:Up-to-the-minute conservative commentary on politics, news, and culture.
Description:The OYEZ Project provides access to more than 2000 hours of Supreme Court audio. All audio in the Court recorded since 1995 is included in the project. Before 1995, the audio collection is selective.
|Project Vote Smart
Description:Project Vote Smart (PVS) is a citizen's organization dedicated to serving all Americans with accurate and unbiased information for electoral decision-making.
Description:Propaganda Critic: Propaganda analysis site inspired by the pioneer working of the IPA. Information about the different forms propaganda can take with examples.
|Republican National Committee
Description:Official Internet home of the Republican National Committee. Updated daily with news and commentary from the RNC.
|The Internet Public Library -- Presidents of the United States
Description:Background information, election results, cabinet members, presidency highlights, and some odd facts on each of the presidents. Links to biographies, historical documents, audio and video files, and other presidential sites are also included to enrich this site.
|The Jefferson Project: The Comprehensive Guide to On-Line Politics
Description:Topics include: Personalities, Parties, Do-it-yourself Politics, Political News, Publications, State Resources, Political Humor, Issues and Activists, The Left, The Right, The Radical, Libertarians, Government Resources, Political Watchdogs, International Resources
Description:News and analysis on politics and culture from the left.
|The New Republic
Description:A journal of politics and the arts. Liberal tradition though more recently has developed a neo-liberal bent.
|The White House
Description:Whitehouse.gov is the official web site for the White House and President George W. Bush, the 43rd President of the United States. This site is a source for information about the President, White House news and policies, White House history, the federal government
|Thomas-US Congress on the Internet
Description:Current US Federal legislative Information. Bills, Laws, Congressional Record, reports, and links to further information.
|United States Code
Description:The Office of the Law Revision Counsel prepares and publishes the United States Code, which is a consolidation and codification by subject matter of the general and permanent laws of the United States.
|United States House of Representatives
Description:The United States House of Representatives official website: Information on the United States House of Representatives.
|US House of Representatives Educational Resources
Description:Includes How Our Laws Are Made The Declaration of Independence The Constitution of the United States Amendments to the Constitution Amendments Not Ratified
|Votes for Women
Description:Selections from the National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection, 1848-1921
Description:WorldNetDaily: Daily newspaper and link page edited by veteran newspaper editor Joseph Farah. News with an emphasis on investigative reports and conservative commentary.