Congressional oversight of Executive Branch agencies is a fundamental element of the checks and balances that prevent abuses of power in any one branch of government. The Obama Administration has resisted that oversight repeatedly for a range of...
OPINION | The president is vested with the unparalleled responsibility.
This year has been a series of “lasts” for the Obama Administration. In March, President Obama filled out his last NCAA tournament bracket in the Oval Office. Two weeks ago, he and the First Lady hosted their last White House Easter Egg...
The administration led a well-coordinated and well-funded campaign to hijack U.S. regulatory policy.
Executive agencies have grown so big and powerful that Congressional oversight has not been an effective tool.
Negotiation and careful opening to foes on areas of mutual interest works.
Presidents try to tie up loose ends and lock in their legacies as their second terms come to a close.
Obama could position the United States to exert stronger leadership on the world stage.
For Obama's second term, he adopted the utilitarian, almost mix-and-match, null-set narrative.
The FCC has gone rogue.