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Tests Your Compatibility with the United States of America You might say you have an "average" person's opinions on the principles of the US and our Constitution. Unfortunately, the average person's opinions are largely unconstitutional, as the average person is very lacking in factual knowledge about these things. Do some research and get to a library. Don't trust what people of today say. Read up on historical accounts and augment your knowledge through facts, not opinions. Education Knowledge Quizzes, Trivia, IQ Tests
Knowledge Quiz based upon Your Compatibility with the United States of America, the Education selector quiz by Nathan Guerin.
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You might say you have an "average" person's opinions on the principles of the US and our Constitution. Unfortunately, the average person's opinions are largely unconstitutional, as the average person is very lacking in factual knowledge about these things. Do some research and get to a library. Don't trust what people of today say. Read up on historical accounts and augment your knowledge through facts, not opinions.
Show what you know by answering true or false to the following. Answer ''false'' if neither applies or you're not sure. Your score will be calculated on the next page.
Your first question is below.

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The United States Constitution is and only is what the current US Supreme Court declares it to be.

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FALSE

Automobiles are regulated in this nation. Logically, then, it only makes sense for firearms to also be regulated.

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Today's Federal governement is far too powerful and has overstepped many of its Constitutional limitations. If the founding fathers were here today, they would probably be greatly disappointed.

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The opinions and ideas of the majority of Americans should righfully supersede Constitutional law when it comes to what the Federal government should and should not do.

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Overall, media (television, newspapers, etc.) in the United States is very liberally biased.

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FALSE

A lot of people are incapable of or simply don't make smart, educated decisions for their own well-being (ie., abusing drugs, not wearing a seatbelt, not saving money for one's future or for one's medical problems, etc.). It is therefore lawful and effective for the Federal government to legislate laws to protect people from poor decisions (ie., drug laws, healthcare, social security, etc.).
Now that you have answered all the questions, continue to the Show Me My Score button below.

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