|Link - description|
|information about government organizations|
|Info about the current administration|
|Info about White House policies|
Find out information about the current administration's policies.
|Results of the U.S. census|
Demographic information about the population of the U.S.
|The Department of State Website|
Information about U.S. foreign policy.
|Commerce Department Website|
Information about business and commerce in the U.S.
|The U.S. Treasury Department|
Find information about taxation, fiscal policy, coinage of money, and banking policies.
|The Federal Reserve System|
The agency that controls the money supply and interest rates.
|Top U.S. Law Enforcement Agency|
Policies and responsibilities of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
|The U.S. Justice Department|
Information about the Justice Department and the U.S. Federal Prosecutors.
|The Department of Labor|
Find statistics and information about the U.S. labor force and labor policies.
|The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation|
Information about the agency that protects consumers' money in U.S. financial insitutions.
|The U.S. Mint|
Discover how coins and developed and minted.
|The Social Security Administration|
See how one of the largest government agency functions and view its policies and programs.
|The Department of Health and Human Services|
View how the U.S. government provides social services for its citizens.
|The Department of Energy|
Read about the U.S. energy policy and initiatives.
|The Environmental Protection Agency|
View a list of EPA programs and find out about environmental problems.
|Food and Drug Administration|
Visit the agency that is responsible for unadulterated food and drugs in the U.S.
|Federal Election Committee|
Find out about the laws that govern and regulation U.S. federal elections.
|The National Labor Relations Board|
Investigate how the U.S. government regulates and protects unions and their members.
|The Library of Congress|
Visit the website of the largest library in the U.S.
|The National Archives|
Search the National Archives for historical documents and treasures.
View the hundreds of thousands of American Treasures stored in the museums of the Smithsonion Institution.
Visit a website that explores all aspects of the U.S. Constitution
|The Defense Department|
Read about the policies and practices of the Department of Defense.
|The New York Times|
Visit "all the news that's fit to print."
|The Washington Post|
Read articles from our nation's capital.
|The Wall Street Journal|
Investigate articles from American #1 conservative and business newspaper.
Visit the website of the first 24 hour news channel.
Information about the Democrat Party's platform on issues.
|Republican Party Website|
Information about the Republican Pary's platform on issues.
Liberal/left wing website
Find out about the latest political events.
Information about candidates and campaigns.
Extra information about political parties and candidates that they might not want you to know!
Find out about the Green Party's governmental philosophies.
Learn more about the policies of the Libertarian Party.