Considering Impeachment Resolutions in the House

July 18, 2018
By Matt Glassman Last Friday, as Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was announcing new indictments related to the special counsel investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election,… Read More

Who wants to chair the Legislative Branch Appropriations Subcommittee? No one.

May 24, 2018
By Matt Glassman When Representative Charlie Dent (R-PA) resigned from Congress earlier this month, a vacancy was created on the House Committee on Appropriations, where Dent was the… Read More

Quick hit: No, Members of Congress are not unresponsive to voters

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January 11, 2018

Quick hit: The tripartite system and small-ball policymaking

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December 29, 2017

Quick hit: Trump actually is outsourcing policymaking to Congress

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December 28, 2017

Quick hit: Who is more powerful, Congress or President Trump?

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December 19, 2017

Quick hit: Why is congressional reform so rare?

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December 12, 2017

Deep Dive: Burgat and Glassman: What’s wrong with Congress? What’s right?

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November 28, 2017
R Street Governance Fellow Casey Burgat interviews Matt Glassman, Senior Fellow at Georgetown’s Government Affairs Institute, on all things Congress In the first episode of a new video series for… Read More

To modernize Congress, strengthen its ability to deliberate

November 25, 2017
Matt Glassman writes in the November copy of the Ripon Society: As an institution, Congress does not appear very different than it did 200 years ago. It remains… Read More

No, congressional Republicans are not carrying Trump’s water

November 2, 2017
Source: Washington Examiner . By Matt Glassman Last week, two retiring Republican Senators ramped up their criticism of President Trump. On Tuesday, Senator Bob Corker said Trump had “great… Read More