by Peter J. Wallison
Just as the courts played a role in weakening Congress over time, they can help force lawmakers to take up their constitutionally assigned tasks. Read More »
Jeff Bergner has written an engaging memoir seasoned with the author’s considered judgments about what is wrong with the U.S. Senate. Read More »
by David Brady via PolicyEd American politics feels broken because existing voting blocs are regrouping and reconsidering which issues motivate them and which political party they support. Ongoing economic and demographic structural changes have led to control of the legislative and executive branches shifting back and forth. While this is not the first time in the history this has occurred, political parties will need to figure out a winning combination of policies that can consistently win them elections in order to stabilize American politics.