What would you like to do?
What does a Cabinet member gone native mean?
A cabinet member going native refers to when a cabinet member places all his priorities above the president. If a cabinet members focus is on gun safety, he will try and fight for the president to sign gun safety laws before he does anything else.
1 person found this useful
Was this answer useful?
Thanks for the feedback!
• Department of State: Hillary Rodham Clinton: in office since: January 21, 2009 • Department of the Treasury: Timothy Geithner: in office since: January 26, 2009 … • Department of Defense: Robert Gates: in office since: December 18, 2006 • Department of Justice: Eric Holder: in office since: February 2, 2009 • Department of the Interior: Ken Salazar: in office since: January 21, 2009 • Department of Agriculture: Tom Vilsack: in office since: January 21, 2009 • Department of Commerce: Gary Locke: in office since: March 24, 2009 • Department of Labor: Hilda Solis: in office since: February 24, 2009 • Department of Health and Human Services: Kathleen Sibelius: in office since: April 28, 2009 • Department of Housing and Urban Development: Shaun Donovan: in office since: January 26, 2009 • Department of Transportation: Ray LaHood: in office since: January 22, 2009 • Department of Energy: Steven Chu: in office since: January 21, 2009 • Department of Education: Arne Duncan: in office since: January 21, 2009 • Department of Veterans Affairs: Eric Shinseki: in office since: January 21, 2009
It's like a cupboard that you can place things in, it often has opening and closing doors to secure your belongings that you place in it. Also as for politics: Establishe…d in the Constitution, the Cabinet's role is to advise the President on any subject he may require relating to the duties of each member's respective office. The Cabinet includes the Vice President and the heads of 15 executive departments.
They do not have a term. They serve until they are no longer wanted.
The Cabinet consists of the heads of the various Federal Agencies and Departments. Their job is not only to lead the agencies they head but to give advice and counsel to the P…resident.
Who are the people who are the members of parliament who are not members of the cabinet or shadow cabinet?
They're called the "Backbenchers"
In a parliamentary system, the Prime Minister appoints the cabinet members.
In the US, senators and other elected officials have to resign (give up their offices) to serve as Cabinet officials under the President. This is because the executive bra…nch is not derived from the legislative branch as in parliamentary democracies (i.e. Prime Minister and cabinet). Many secretaries have been former senators, such as Hillary Clinton and John Kerry.
See related link.
No- not in the US. The speaker of the US house is a leading member of the lower house of Congress and is entirely independent of the President's cabinet.
There are 15 departments of the US Executive Branch, each of which has a Secretary except the Department of Justice which is headed by the US Attorney General. The departments… are : Department of Agriculture Department of Commerce Department of Defense Department of Education Department of Energy Department of Health and Human Services Department of Homeland Security Department of Housing and Urban Development Department of the Interior Department of Justice Department of Labor Department of State Department of Transportation Department of the Treasury Department of Veterans Affairs (see related questions)
Depends on which cabinet.
A Cabinet member is one of the Ministers of the British government.