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What If Independents Keep Senate Majority Status in Flux?

Imagine if they aligned to form a Centrist Caucus, providing the votes needed to top 50 percent in return for commitments on a list of priorities.

Our Downward Spiral Since Citizens United

The corrosive influence of unlimited money in politics continues to grow.

Trust Is Not Enough to Break Through Washington Gridlock

Reality check: The bigger problems aren't because individuals don't get along; they're because of larger factors in the political culture.

It's Time for Congress to Treat Football Like the Business It Really Is

Lawmakers need to reconsider both the NFL's antitrust exemption and the farcical nonprofit status of the league.

Constitutional System Demands Respect Across Branches

Judges need to show this respect in assessing one carelessly worded clause in the Affordable Care Act that is the basis for the Halbig case.

Balancing Power Over Life and Death

Michael Brown and Ferguson, Mo., have put questions about police misconduct and unrestrained power squarely in the public eye.

Congress Returns to Doing Nothing

It is no great surprise that with elections looming, Congress will avoid the big issues, keep up its scandal focus, and be in Washington as little as possible. 

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What If Independents Keep Senate Majority Status in Flux?

Imagine if they aligned to form a Centrist Caucus, providing the votes needed to top 50 percent in return for commitments on a list of priorities.

Our Downward Spiral Since Citizens United

The corrosive influence of unlimited money in politics continues to grow.

Trust Is Not Enough to Break Through Washington Gridlock

Reality check: The bigger problems aren't because individuals don't get along; they're because of larger factors in the political culture.

It's Time for Congress to Treat Football Like the Business It Really Is

Lawmakers need to reconsider both the NFL's antitrust exemption and the farcical nonprofit status of the league.

Constitutional System Demands Respect Across Branches

Judges need to show this respect in assessing one carelessly worded clause in the Affordable Care Act that is the basis for the Halbig case.

Balancing Power Over Life and Death

Michael Brown and Ferguson, Mo., have put questions about police misconduct and unrestrained power squarely in the public eye.

Congress Returns to Doing Nothing

It is no great surprise that with elections looming, Congress will avoid the big issues, keep up its scandal focus, and be in Washington as little as possible. 

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