Congress’s Death Is Greatly Exaggerated

September 20, 2017
By Matt Glassman Lamenting the underperformance of Congress has a long history in American public life. Nineteenth century cartoonists portrayed Congress in terms familiar to modern observers: dysfunctional, corrupt,… Read More

Prof. Josh Chafetz: The Filibuster Was Already Dead before the Senate Went Nuclear

April 10, 2017
Cornell Law School Professor Josh Chafetz writes in the Washington Post: “[T]he truth is, there‚Äôs less to the theatrics than meets the eye. The filibuster for Supreme Court nominees… Read More