The bottom line in all of this is that James Madison's framework makes for a bad institutional decision maker in a crisis. Congress simply is not built for nimble decision making.
Read Whole Story
The United States of America has a dirty little secret. We're addicted to a drug. A drug dealt everyday in the halls of Congress, on the streets of Washington. That drug is corruption, pure and simple.
WASHINGTON -- The new Congress sweeps into town Tuesday with many members comparing themselves to the 1933 Congress that enacted much of President Fra...
Get top stories and blogs posts emailed to you each day.