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Join Wolves and Sheep author Matt Kerbel for a live lunchtime discussion of the state of our politics on Thursday May 5 at Noon Eastern Time. This is a critical moment for democracy, and we’re going to talk about it. Enjoy an outside-the-Beltway perspective on the Biden administration, the state of the Republican Party, prospects for the sustained viability of the republic, and other light topics. Free to Wolves and Sheep Extra members. You can register here.
Democracy Report Card: December 2021
Six months ago, the Biden administration faced a series of interrelated challenges that threatened the future of democracy in America. Going into 2022, all of his efforts remain incomplete.
The Big Showdown
Big money often wins. Biden is betting that it won’t this time.
A New Governing Paradigm
Even if Democrats can’t come together on the details of an infrastructure plan, what happened in the Senate last week was historic.
Democracy Report Card: June 2021
The Biden administration faces a series of interdependent challenges to restore democratic norms and institutions. How are they doing?
NEW FEATURE: Wolves and Sheep Daybook
Wolves and Sheep Extra members already know why the celebrated bipartisan infrastructure agreement is neither bipartisan nor an agreement.
Just How Lopsided Is The Senate?
When you design an institution to represent states instead of people you get inequities that are hard to defend. So why would anyone think that allowing forty-one senators to block legislation is a way to promote bipartisanship?