Triumphs and Tragedies of the Modern Congress

In 2000, CSPC developed Triumphs and Tragedies of the Modern Presidency: 76 Case Studies in Presidential Leadership.

CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein Discusses the Future of the Civil Service System in the U.S.

In an April 3rd article in Government Executive, CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein examined how a rise in partianship in Washington, D.C.

CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein Comments on Eric Cantor's Defeat and the Role of the Tea Party

In a June 11th article in the National Journal, CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein discussed how the continued evolution of the Tea Party threatens the political influence of the GOP within Congress

CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein Comments on Possible Supreme Court Reforms

In a May 22nd article in The Atlantic, CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein discussed certain reforms that could rid the Supreme Court of polarization and partianship.

CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein Discusses the Recent Use of the Filibuster

In a May 14th article in The Atlantic, CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein discussed the political and social impact of the continued use of the filibuster.

CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein Discusses why Congress Needs to Fund Infrastructure Development Projects

In a May 7th National Journal article, CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein discussed how funding infrastructure projects should have been a priority for the 113th Congress.

CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein Discusses How Americans Perceive the Presidency

In an April 22nd article in National Journal, CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein examined various myths and realities that Americans have concerning the Presidency, by discussing successes and failur

CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein Examines the Impact of the Citizens United v. McCutcheon Decision

In an April 16th National Journal article , CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein examined the future of campaign finance, in the wake of the Citizens United v. McCutcheon decision.

CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein Discusses the Lack of Political Will for Tax Reform

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 Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein Reflects on the Illustrious Career of Congressman John Dingell

In a February 24th article in The Atlantic, CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein reflected on the announcement of retirement by the longest serving Congressman, John Dingell.

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