Author Archives: Robert VerBruggen
Republicans finally unveil their plan.
Republicans struggle to take advantage of unified government.
Repeal-and-delay is back.
When it comes to letting defendants out on bail, computers make far better decisions than judges, a new study shows.
Wait, let me explain!
The benefits of prioritizing skilled immigrants
A qualified, conventional pick: exactly what the country needs.
Another promise kept?
Clearing up some misconceptions
The good and bad of Trump’s moves last week
$15 billion in perspective
A new idea could be a turning point, or it could just add to the chaos.
Now it’s official.
A new book details the assault on due process for those accused of sexual assault.
He’s right to be skeptical, but his specific complaints don’t hold water.
Can we fix the corporate tax and achieve Trump’s trade goals at the same time?
Without repeal-and-delay, there are few realistic options for scrapping the law.
Again, how does this make it all the way to the Supreme Court?
Maybe it’s not “the arts,” but it has no diversity problem.← Older posts
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