The Three Unequal Branches of Government

03 Apr


The Three Unequal Branches 295pI expect we’ve all heard the phrase, “three coequal branches” used to describe the composition of our federal system of government. In fact, we’ve probably heard it so many times that we don’t even pay attention, we just accept it as fact and move on. But, is it true? Are the three branches of our federal government really “coequal?

When that phrase popped up in an article that I was reading a few nights ago, something rose up inside of me and said “no, the three branches are not coequal.” When I found the phrase being used in another article the next day, I started to ponder just how unequal the branches of our federal government really are.

The three branches of our federal system of government are legislative (Congress), executive (President) and judicial (Supreme Court). This is the order in which they appear in the U.S. Constitution

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Posted by on April 3, 2016 in Uncategorized


2 responses to “The Three Unequal Branches of Government

  1. vgoodcase

    May 30, 2016 at 6:46 PM

    Is Wisconsin collecting signatures for Darrell Castle? If yes, I’d like to help collect them.

    thank you

    valerie goodcase

    On Sun, Apr 3, 2016 at 5:13 PM, Constitution Party of Wisconsin wrote:

    > Jerry Broitzman posted: ” ” >

    • Jerry Broitzman

      May 31, 2016 at 6:21 PM

      Hi Valerie! Thank you for volunteering! Fortunately, we do not need to get signatures for Darrell Castle, as we have ballot access for our presidential candidate in Wisconsin. This was accomplished by receiving at least 1% of the total vote in a statewide election in 2014. However, we will definitely need your help in the future with other candidates for local or district offices. Please do stay in touch.

      – CPoW


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