Alright, so to summarize-
-Presidents adopt the name of former Presidents upon their ascension to the Resolute Desk. This tradition began with "George Washington II", an admiral who at some point after years of emergency government and confusion managed to save the last vestiges of the federal government outside the church from total ruination. He drafted the Articles of Emergency, which outline how the government should function for the duration of the Regression.
-Counter to White's assertion, the Senate does not operate as the legislature of the United States. Rather, it serves primarily as an ecclesiastical body due to the Senate's control over judicial matters. Half of the Senators are the District Supervisors, the other half are clergymen appointed by the sovereigns of each District Supervisory. The Western Senators are half appointed by the Chief Justice with the Senate acting as a rubber stamp, the other half by the President with Senatorial approval. Both are taken from the "Courts-in-Exile" of the Western states, those descended from the old Westerners.
-The Supreme Court is elected by the Senate with the President acting as a rubber stamp in a reversal of current policy. Similarly, the District Supervisories are filled by the Supreme Court with the President as a rubber stamp.
-The House serves as America's primary legislature, with each representative elected by landholders in territories directly administered by the USA.
-Due to the suspension of the Electoral College in the election of Presidents (I would like to see it somehow repurposed however), after Election Day the vote is automatically thrown to Congress. The House elects the President and the Vice President is elected by the Senate. The appointment of the President is a life term, and the Vice President only administers the nation until the next Election Day. The President is sworn in by the Chief Justice.
-The District Supervisors are seated in old State Capitals, and the actual Federal Court Districts are equivalent to Bishops. Circuit Courts of Appeals exist not to administer the clergy but purely to ajudicate and kick decisions up to the Supreme Court.
Anything I've missed?
That is very good. What exactly didWhite saw about the Senate? I have forgotten.