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Revolving Door Project and Allies Call for Personnel-Focused Debate Questions

Less Drowsy Congress Still Less Observant than Bank Lobbyists

Some Oversight is a Better Disinfectant than No Oversight

Buckle Up DC! We’re going on a Swamp Tour

Silicon Valley’s Strategy For Washington Goes Way Beyond A Privacy Bill

Having Overcome Fear of Impeachment, Will Dems Now Take Oversight Seriously?

Is a Surfeit of Corruption Confusing Congress?

Corrosive revolving door corruption doesn’t believe in a recess

Reflections on Democrats and the Executive Branch

So much relevant corruption, such a glacial response

There is No Old Normal to Which Politics are Set to Return

BREAKING: Trump Tax Return Fight Begins 6 Months Behind Schedule

In 2019, Politics as Usual Has Failed the #Resistance

What the Debates Did & Didn’t Teach Us that Voters Ought to Know

The Revolving Door Project’s Debate (& Campaign) Watch Guide

If Congress Conducts Oversight & No One Notices, Does it Count?

Pelosi’s Bills: Too Dull & DOA to Distract from Trump

DC Crisis Only a Little Worse than in King’s Landing

How Will DC Grapple With Most Corrupt Executive Branch in Lived Memory?

Pelosi Should Not Lead Democrats into Retreat on Oversight

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