Newsletter 56: How Biden can use Cabinet (and other appointments) to better political effect
Jeff Hauser
Newsletter 55: Ongoing glass half-full/half-empty news from Biden Transition
Jeff Hauser
Newsletter 54: If, that is, the country survives long enough to see it happen
Jeff Hauser
Newsletter 53: RDP staff pay more income taxes than POTUS
Jeff Hauser
The brewing battle over Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat makes it clearer than ever that personnel is policy.
Jeff Hauser
Newsletter 51: Will Biden embrace this key ethical standard?
Jeff Hauser
Newsletter 50: FDR thought “personnel is policy” before it was cool
Jeff Hauser
Newsletter 49: And in Postal Service hearings, Democrats underline why that should scare you
Jeff Hauser
Newsletter 48: He would have gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for those meddling lawmakers!
Jeff Hauser
Newsletter 47: Was the Larry Summers news low-key the biggest Biden personnel story of August?
Jeff Hauser
Newsletter 46: How corporate America could still come out on top when the dust settles
Jeff Hauser
Revolving Door Project introduces new oversight tool
Jeff Hauser