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Just as nature spawns new growth after a wildfire, we will need to revitalize democracy after Trump
Children’s screams are now the soundtrack of the Trump era.
The instinct to punish judges for an unpopular or mistaken decision is alive and well and imperiling judicial independence.
By insisting he can pardon himself, the president has transformed a theoretical debate into a real one.
Democrats have a new policy agenda on the table that mirrors what reformers have been saying for years when it comes to fixing our democratic systems. But often big talk on reform is just lip service.
And you can bet the feds see it.
A revival of ‘Angels in America’ shows the archetypal fixer’s continued relevance.
Finding a successor may not be simple.
Nixon thought he could get away with the Saturday Night Massacre until thousands of telegrams helped force him to appoint a new prosecutor and release his damning tapes.
One doesn’t have to agree with the partisan attacks on the Bureau to recognize that it is a worthy institution in need of reform.