Some prescriptions for fixing Washington may seem politically incorrect, but they are founded on not only the work of the Bipartisan Policy Center’s researchers in residence but also the long experience of the center's four co-founders -- George Mitchell, Tom Daschle, Robert Dole and the late Howard Baker.
The decision to allow Texas' restrictive voter ID requirements did not articulate the Court’s reasoning, but a blistering dissent made clear that its basis was not Senate Bill 14, but rather the confusion that a change so close to the election might create.
When you find Democrats close to Goldwater’s position on campaign finance and Republicans on the side of the ACLU, you have to wonder if something other than principle is driving the debate.
It makes sense for President Barack Obama to weigh his options against the Islamic State, especially in a region where it's easy to do more harm than good.
There are unexpected, evocative similarities between the horrifying events in Ferguson, Missouri, and the area controlled by the Islamic State in Syria and northern Iraq.
The notion that the U.S. deposed Mossadegh and imposed the shah on the people of Iran is one of the founding myths of the 1979 Iranian Revolution and among the most poignant intricacies of the American-Iranian relationship—one that is right now poised at a moment of great danger and great potential.