Make Congress Great Again

Over the course of the twentieth century, and accelerating in the twenty-first, Congress has handed many of its constitutional responsibilities to the Executive Branch.

Increasingly harmful federal laws are increasingly written by people who never stand for election, via processes contrary to those provided for in the Constitution and, indeed, with the explicit purpose of excluding the American people from their government and shielding policymakers from popular accountability.

Executive overreach is an enormous problem—but it’s a problem largely of Congress’ own making.

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