Author Archives: Robert VerBruggen
The Court got it right—but it’s not a conclusion we should be entirely comfortable with.
There’s a reason they seek ‘safe spaces.’
There’s the Standard Story—and there’s the truth.
He struck a delicate balance in the House. But does the Senate have a different center of gravity?
Check out page 735 of the 1.665-page bill.
Federal workers are drastically overpaid, a new CBO analysis shows, and state workers pose their own set of problems.
His officials will review the abuse-ridden H-1B program.
A crazy idea that just might work.
We are slowing down, resisting change, and losing our restlessness.
In some countries, the government sends everyone a pre-filled form. Here, cronyism prevents that from happening.
Democrats brought this on themselves.
Democrats are ready to filibuster. Are Republicans ready for the nuclear option?
There are three possible outcomes for the GOP’s new project.
A GOP bill draws attention to paternalistic corporate “wellness” programs.
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!
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