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The Search for Common Ground – A Q&A with Howard Baker

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The Search for Common Ground – A Q&A with Howard Baker

The former Tennessee Senator discusses a bipartisan effort he is leading to break the political logjam and forge a consensus on some of the key challenges facing our Nation.

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Form Follows Function

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Form Follows Function

by BILLY PITTS and LOU ZICKAR

Senator Joe Lieberman’s decision to change the seating chart on his Committee drew chuckles. But it also served a purpose.

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How 9/11 Shaped the Millennial Generation …and the Lessons for Republicans Today

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How 9/11 Shaped the Millennial Generation …and the Lessons for Republicans Today

by MARGARET HOOVER

The author and Fox News commentator discusses 9/11’s impact on young Americans and how it has shaped not only their lives, but their view of American politics today.

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What we need now: A Joint Committee on Congressional Reform

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What we need now: A Joint Committee on Congressional Reform

by BILLY PITTS

While partisanship has clearly risen, one of the more chronic problems with congressional decision-making is procedural dysfunction.

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Breaking the Partisan Stranglehold

By on August 12, 2014 with 0 Comments
Breaking the Partisan Stranglehold

by MICKEY EDWARDS

The Aspen Institute scholar and former Congressman discusses dysfunction in Washington and offers ideas for reform.

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