The Thursday Quiz!
The Thursday Quiz is, as always, a "Is It or Isn't It" game. From the list of twelve items, your job is to determine whether each IS or ISN'T a true example of the week's category.
Remember always the rule of law:
No research, Googling, Wikiing, or use of reference books. The ThursdayThis Week's Category will read you your rights!
Quiz is a POP quiz. Violators will be cast forth from the tribe.
Amendments to the U.S. Constitution
Note: this one might be kinda hard. Onward!
Submit your answers to the legislatures of the several states, in the form of a comment.
1. The Third Amendment: Soldiers can't be quartered in private homes.
2. The Fourth Amendment: The right to hold slaves. (repealed 1865)
3. The Seventh Amendment: The right to trial by jury.
4. The Eighth Amendment: The right to privacy.
5. The Ninth Amendment: Rights specified in the Constitution don't rule out the existance of other, unspecified rights.
6. The Eleventh Amendment: Gives Supreme Court the power to rule on Constitutionality of laws.
7. The Fourteenth Amendment: Specifies Washington, D.C., as capital city.
8. The Sixteenth Amendment: Gives Congress the power to regulate child labor.
9. The Seventeenth Amendment: Requires direct election of U.S. Senators.
10. The Twentieth Amendment: Specifies dates for the beginning of the term for President and Congress.
11. The Twenty-Third Amendment: Washington, D.C., represented in electoral college.
12. The Twenty-Eighth Amendment: Creates Department of Homeland Security.