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Denial of State: Americans literally can't believe popular public programs are public. Sep 1, 2019 1523
Confounder in Chief: The Donald Trump era requires a new theory of conspiracy theories. Book review Jul 1, 2019 1512
United We Fall: The more homogenous the parties become, the uglier the divide between them. Jul 1, 2018 2368
Rage Against the Machines: How party activists deliberately made Congress more partisan. Jan 1, 2018 1523
Congress Wasn't Always This Awful: A former Senate staffer reminds us of a time when lawmakers actually got stuff done. Book review Nov 1, 2017 2356
Tribalists and ideologues: turns out voters just really wanna win. Book review Jun 1, 2017 1479
Trump's supporters revealed: two new books underscore the big lesson of 2016: GOP base voters hate big government spending only when the "wrong" people benefit. Nov 1, 2016 2422
The "con" in political consulting: why candidates spend billions on ads and experts of marginal value. Mar 1, 2016 1540
The freedom caucus is (sort of) right. Jan 1, 2016 2355
Secrets of the chamber: the U.S. Chamber of Commerce exaggerates the dangers of government action to its corporate paymasters and gets paid handsomely, whether it wins or not. Book review Nov 1, 2015 2537
Low-information lawmakers: why today's congress can no longer cope with complex problems. Jun 1, 2015 1570
A lobbyist just for you: and two other solutions to counter corporate influence in Washington. Mar 1, 2015 4433

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