Branches of the U.S. Government | USAGov
The Founding Fathers, the framers of the U.S. Constitution, wanted to form a government that did not allow one person to have too much control. With this in mind, they wrote the Constitution to provide for a separation of powers, or three separate branches of government.
government | Video Infographic
For years the United States has been a world leader in economic freedom. But runaway government spending and burdensome regulations have caused a decline in economic freedom in the United States.
The United States Of Conspiracy (Infographic)
I must admit my surprise at the height of some of these numbers. Fourteen percent of Americans believe in Bigfoot Sasquatch. Twenty one percent of Americans believe that the government covered up a UFO crashsite at Roswell, New Mexico.
Budget of the U.S. Government | USAGov
The government’s fiscal year runs from October 1 of one year to September 30 of the next. The budget includes a detailed spending plan. The budget includes a detailed spending plan. The Constitution puts Congress in charge of the budget, granting it the power to collect taxes, borrow money, and approve spending.
United states Infographics | Statista
United states daily charts discover exciting infographics about United states on statista ! Prices & Access Single Accounts ... Infographic Newsletter . Statista offers daily infographics ...
Proposed Revised Definition of WOTUS Infographic ...
On December 11, 2018, the EPA and Department of the Army signed a proposed rule revising the definition of "waters of the United States" to clarify federal authority under the Clean Water Act in a clear and understandable way.
Infographic: Visualizing Who Holds U.S. Debt Internationally
Today’s infographic comes from TitleMax, and it looks at who owns U.S. debt internationally, as well as the debt from other countries that is held by the U.S. Who Holds U.S. Debt? Federal government debt in the United States can be broadly placed in two categories: “Debt held by the public” and “Intragovernmental debt”. The former category includes securities held by individual investors, corporations, local and state governments, the Federal Reserve, and foreign governments.
Spanish Speakers in the United States (Infographic ...
We wrote about the top non English languages spoken by U.S. state here. Today, we’re focusing on Spanish speakers in the United States. Watch the video below to learn the top 10 Spanish speaking states in the country, and then check out the interactive infographic below to deepen your understanding of Spanish language use in your state.
U.S.Government: Our Democracy 2016 Textbook Infographics ...
We were commissioned by McGraw Hill Education in 2013 to design a set of print and interactive infographic assets for the upcoming high school level textbook, United States Government: Our Democracy.