Patricia A. O'Malley

Social Policy & Programs Consulting

Training and Services for agencies working toward social and economic justice


The Executive branch of our government 
manages the nation's daily business.


The President leads the executive branch and is the 
chief executive officer of the United States.


The Electoral College selects the president and vice president, by following instructions from the voters.

                     The White House

​​​​​​​​Patricia A. O'Malley
Social Policy & Programs Consulting    ~    Community Matters
P.O. Box 97803    ~    Pittsburgh, PA  15227   ~    412-310-4886    ~    info@patomalley-consulting.com
Copyright Patricia A. O'Malley    ~    All rights reserved
Established 1993












Impeachment: Myths, Facts, and History
Ask your school board why they don't teach this.

How Does the Electoral College Work?
And Why Don't We Get Rid of It?

Meet Your Federal Bureaucracy
Your Tax Dollars At Work


Executive Orders and the U.S. Constitution

What Does the Vice President Do?
The federal government is trying to keep his salary a secret.


Navigating the Bureaucracy 
Ten tips to make it easier and faster.


The Federal Budget Process Never Ends
The Constitution Does Not Require Congress to Adopt a Budget.

The Presidency


​​




 


























































Presidential Czars:  Myths and Facts

What Does the Constitution Say?


You Can't Run Government Like a Business

​It's a guaranteed disaster.


State of the Union Address 2019:  Myths and Facts

Many journalists got this wrong.


Presidential Pardons and a Constitutional Crisis
Relax.


Donald Trump Threatens to Shutdown the Government

What happens when he tries to take his toys and go home


You Can Influence Government Regulations

​The Republicans are governing by fantasy.


What Does the President Do?
Our Schools are Supposed to Teach This, But They Don't Want You to Know It.

Party Conventions and Delegates
And Why We Should Care

How to Become President of the United States
The Presidential Election Processes