Writing for The Hill CSPC SVP Dan Mahafee writes of the likelihood of President Trump's Administration working across the aisle with a now divided Congress.
Published by The Hill, CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield writes about his experience in Houston during Hurricane Harvey and urges Congress leave behind partisanship and unify to find commo
Published by Government Executive, CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield penned an op-ed imploring Lawmakers to reach across party lines in order to move the legislative agenda forward.
In a CNN video CSPC Trustee David Gergen discusses the midterm elections and what the results mean for President Obama's remaining time in office.
It's Time for Congress to Treat Football Like the Business It Really Is; CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein
In a September 24th article published by the National Journal, CSPC Trustee Norm Ornstein writes about the precarious relationship between lawmakers and the National Football League.
In a September 4th article published in the National Journal, CSPC Senior Fellow Norman Ornstein discusses t
With the support of the Smith Richardson Foundation, CSPC launched a yearlong project in July o
In a March 20th article in The Atlantic, CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein comments on the recently released tax reform plan by Chairman of the House Ways & Means Committee, David Camp.
CSPC Vice Chairman David Abshire Comments on the 'Icy' Relationship between President Obama and Congress
In a February 24th article published in The Christian Science Monitor, CSPC Vice Chairman David Abshire remarked that there are ways to quell the strained relationship between President Obama and C
CSPC Vice Chairman David Abshire Reflects on George Washington's Use of Civility and Compromise Throughout his Political Career
CSPC Vice Chairman David Abshire reflected on the personality of founding father and first President George Washington in a February 18th article in Real Clear Politics.