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No matter how much critique the federal government earns from me I can always throw a Pollyanna lens over it. I regularly cast unabashed credit to the federal government during my lectures. It's become somewhat of a theme, and for those who know me to be critical--rationally or not--they may be surprised at how I champion The Hill, the administrative agencies, and the courts to students, the majority of whom are not American.

The Los Angeles Times on the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling to try defendants on the state and federal level for the same offense:

Among the many things that frustrate Americans about Washington, D.C., is the unwillingness -- not inability, but unwillingness -- to solve problems.

WASHINGTON -- Pursed lips and clucked tongues signaled disapproval among the wise and responsible when, at a recent televised event, Sen. Bern…

It's no secret that America's political system is badly broken, so ScottRasmussen.com decided to find out what voters think is wrong.

The New York Times published an eye opener this past week about the out-of-control, upwward pace of the U.S. government's debt.