Published On: March 1st, 2021

President Biden recently announced that the 2020 Citizenship Test, put in place by former President Trump, is too hard. They have reverted to the 2008 test that he considers easier. It is beginning to feel like every single thing that former President Trump touched is immediately destroyed as tainted. Miss Constitution wants to be fair about this so she is going to give you the “hard” test to take. You are on your honor not to look up answers. You are on your honor to give yourself an accurate score. Honor? Yes – honor. One of the indispensable attributes we require in all citizens. The other is moral fiber. Moral Fiber? You have to be kidding. Now, now. . . Please let Miss Constitution know how you did. Give yourself 20 minutes max.

  1. What is the Supreme Law of the Land?
  2. What does the Constitution do?
  3. What are the first three words of the Constitution?
  4. What is an Amendment?
  5. What do we call the first 10 Amendments?
  6. What is one right from the 1st Amendment?
  7. How many Amendments do we have?
  8. What did the Declaration of Independence do?
  9. What are two rights in the Declaration?
  10. What is freedom of religion?
  11. What is our economic system?
  12. What is the Rule of Law?
  13. Name one branch of government?
  14. What stops one branch from becoming too powerful?
  15. Who is in charge of the executive branch?
  16. Who makes federal laws?
  17. What are the two parts of Congress?
  18. How many U.S. Senators are there?
  19. We elect a U.S. Senator for how many years?
  20. The House of Representatives has how many members?
  21. We elect a U.S. Representative for how many years?
  22. Who does a Senator represent?
  23. Why do some states have more Representatives than other states?
  24. We elect a President for how many years?
  25. In what month do we vote for President?
  26. If the President can no longer serve, who becomes President?
  27. If both the President and Vice-President can no longer serve, who becomes President?
  28. Who is Commander-in-Chief of the military?
  29. Who sign bills to become law?
  30. Who vetoes bills?
  31. What does the President’s Cabinet do?
  32. What are two cabinet-level positions?
  33. What does the judicial branch do?
  34. What is the highest court in the United States?
  35. How many justices are on the Supreme Court?

There are 100 questions on the exam. I will give you all of them in three posts leaving out those that would be particular to a person. I want to remind you, again, that these questions were considered “too hard.” I want to remind you, also, that we are not even teaching this much to young people in school so that they can learn and know accurate American history, our governing structures and philosophies, and the heroes that lent their talents to building our nation. We are not a nation whose soul is debauched and whose people are not worthy. That the federal government and many schools are now mandating the teaching of racism as “training” is not education – it is abuse. Our nation is still in the process of trying to make all our unalienable rights from God a reality in America. Miss Constitution looked in vain on Monday for any mention of George Washington’s birthday and what he gave to us with his valor, with his character, and with his obedience to the new United States Constitution. Miss Constitution would have us give up President’s Day, a federal holiday with no meaning, and go back to honoring both Washington and Lincoln again. They remain remarkable Americans with much to teach us that is not being taught adequately. Good luck with your Citizenship Exam!

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    M.E. Boyd, "Miss Constitution" is an attorney, author, and instructor in Business, Educational, and Constitutional Law. She has appeared on television and radio and speaks publicly on American history, the founding documents, and current political issues. Her mission is to help citizens understand the Founding philosophies behind the system so that we can-together-help preserve the blessings of liberty and prosperity. Read more about Miss C