- Find out how to contact your elected officials in Washington (and elsewhere...).
- Here's a copy of The Constitution of the United States and related materials.
- Thomas is the
place to go to get information on current events in Congress:
bill status, voting records, judical and executive branch
appointments and confirmation hearings, etc. Thomas is run by the
Library of Congress and
contains near-real-time status on all things legislative. I
use it regularly and highly recommend it.
- Oyez - Supreme
Court audio recordings. These can be deadly dull or riveting.
NYTimes "Political Navigator" page. This has more links than
you can shake a stick at.
- Who gave how much to whom? You can find out at
FundRace 2004! This is really
cool: you can search by name or address - check out your
- The Center for Responsive
Policies is similar but more serious. They track
campaign contributions by organization, issue, etc.
It's a great site.
- The official U.S. Department of Defense information web site,
known as DefenseLink.