2020 (and Potentially 2021) While we didn’t get any executive branch-focused questions in the last debate, candidates are slowly starting to talk a bit…
2020 (and Potentially 2021) If you have been following this newsletter for any length of time, you are familiar with our frequent laments that moderato…
2020 (and Potentially 2021) It is not often that we tell you to take cues from analysts at Barclays. Yet today we are making a rare exception because, …
2020 (and Potentially 2021) As we predicted, last week’s debates failed to broach the subject of candidates’ campaign finance strategies. That’s too ba…
This Thursday, we’re taking our corruption analysis to the people via DC’s first ever Swamp Tour. A what? That’s right, in partnership with the Progres…
Don’t tell the press, but there are other things happening in Washington besides the House impeachment inquiry. Regardless of whether a long-overdue in…
We are, thankfully, in a far different place than where we last left you. After months of waiting and hoping, Pelosi’s opposition to impeachment finall…
This week, Trump — to no one’s surprise — showed that he is not beyond manipulating career civil servants to mask a stupid mistake. If he takes such ex…
Personnel remains policy even when many people are on vacation -- hence, this newsletter’s respite is over! However, we won’t blame you if you only ski…
Late last week the twittersphere was awash in competing opinions about the recent primary debates. Some, for example, thought Democrats were too mean t…
As we wrote in our April 1st newsletter, it was always unlikely that Mueller’s investigation would prove a silver bullet capable of taking down this Pr…
Pelosi’s contradictory response to Trump’s latest round of racist rhetoric targeted at freshmen members of Congress highlights her preferred approach t…