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Former EPA administrator discusses modern partisanship, government norms

Politically moderate citizens must become more involved in government in order for the current polarizing political climate to improve, according to Christine Todd Whitman, the former governor of New ... read more

A call to arms for defending science

Only one of the 46 key science and technology positions in the federal government, including the president ... warming was created by the Chinese,” for their own benefit. Our EPA administrator recentl... read more

Insight: Syria / Sacramento Food Trucks / Tap Rooms / Sound Advice

Dr. Anas is a Gastrointestinal surgeon and former Professor at Damascus University. He now runs the Treating the Wounded Syrian Program as the Chief Administrator. We talk with both men about the refu... read more

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On the Criminal Referral of Comey, Clinton et al: Will the Constitution Hold and the Media Continue to Suppress the Story?

Wednesday’s criminal referral by 11 House Republicans of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as ... about what Taibbi deems the book’s most damning passage, where Comey discusses his decision to ... read more


Ethics Be Damned: More than half of Trump's 20-person Cabinet has engaged in questionable or unethical conduct

A growing chorus of ethics officials, including the acting director of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics ... more than half the members of Trump's Cabinet have engaged in questionable or unethical ... read more

You can't resolve away climate change

But it’s not just the stuffed shirts in the media making their own reality as they go along; some people in the government are trying to legislate it. Climate change deniers in both Utah and South Dak... read more

This Is the Least Important Election of Our Lifetimes

Yes, government's increasing involvement in the economic and moral lives of citizens has made political stakes high. It's true that 2016 features the two suckiest candidates probably ever. It's also t... read more

Neil Gorsuch: to the right of Scalia?

(See: The Norms of Society and Presidential Executive Orders.) Gorsuch is a Geroge W. Bush appointee (10th circuit, May 2006). He is famously the son of Anne Gorsuch-Buford, who was EPA Administrator ... read more

Laying down the cudgels and debating the policy

The electorate will punish when it feels the need; but equally an incoming government is better placed to govern with aggression and confidence when its own ideas are embraced as well. For that to hap... read more

New evidence emerges on the origins of life

It had all the basic components - such as lipids - that modern organisms have. From LUCA forward, it's relatively easy to see how life as we know it evolved. Before 3.6 billion years, however, there i... read more

Insight: Kevin De Leon / Trump's Rural America / Tom DeLapp Award

Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler recently interviewed President pro Tempore Kevin de Leon about the future of California in a pending Trump presidency. We hear the breakdown the steps the state governme... read more

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Politically moderate citizens must become more involved in government in order for ... according to Christine Todd Whitman, the former governor of New Jersey and administrator of the Environmental Pro... read more



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