The American Political System Explained in 10 Minutes

The American Political System Explained in 10 Minutes

The following is the American Political System Explained in 10 Minutes–this includes the historical basis, the foundation, as well as how public officials are elected.

The transcription and recording were done by Kyle Rearden from The Last Bastille blog, and the video was produced by Shane Radliff from Liberty Under Attack.

Here’s the transcription: www.tinyurl.com/GovtTranscription

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19 thoughts on “The American Political System Explained in 10 Minutes”

  1. LMAo.. what a croc. Each candidate must win the "popular vote" of each state. Then the Electoral College is to vote for that president. Each state is worth more or less electoral votes based on what? Population. So some states are worth more than others. What would have happened if the electorates had said we will not vote for Trump, even though he won our state, we will vote for Hillary. There would have been a revolt. We declare the winners before the electoral college votes.

  2. A Sense of Pride and Accomplishment!

    President isnt even in power these old fucks been in the goverment oe that other place for years and years making bad dissicion while president is blamed thats it basicly right ?

  3. I agree with other comments. He just rants about what he does not agree with rather than explaining as the title suggests. Clickbait.

  4. Dualistic Philosopher

    What is the difference between central authority and central government? Are they the same?

    Is a 'king' a central authority?

    Francis Fukuyama stated that a king was "a central authority that held a monopoly on military power within a defined piece of territory."

    Three institutions make up a liberal democracy the state, rule of law, and accountable government.

    But I am trying to understand… Is the central authority a single person or body? Do they depute or transmit power to other bodies of government?

  5. It’s really sad that Evil is taking over our country…..when will we all wake up and realize what we are doing…. SAD SAD SAD !!!!

  6. Every other democracy can be explained by. 1 vote per citizen in a given district. WTF is a the electoral college but an undermining of the people.

  7. As a Canadian I found this video very interesting and informative. Yes, it's somewhat editorialised but that's okay.

  8. Yes You Know It's FIXED After Communist LeftTard ShitLiB CUNT Nancy Policy And DemoRats Win lol. BullShit! Kill The CUNT! God And Guns

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