Archive for Government

Presidential Rankings

From George Washington to Donald Trump, the 2018 Presidents & Executive Politics Presidential Greatness Survey of the American Political Science Association’s Presidents & Executive Politics Section reveals that certain presidents have maintained their status of greatness while others have shifted in the rankings from the 2014 survey, the last version conducted. Political affiliations of those surveyed are given along with the methodological considerations employed. Compare this to the C-SPAN 2017 Presidential Historians Survey.

 

 

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President Trump’s 2019 Budget and Related Documents

You can read them all here; past budgets can also be accessed at this site.

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Watch Immigration Debates Live

You can come to C-SPAN to watch either live or in its archival video library.

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Congressional Misconduct Database

As developed by GovTrack,  “This page lists 372 instances of misconduct and alleged misconduct by Members of the United States Congress from 1789 to the present and is updated as new information becomes available.

The investigations, settlements, and resignations listed on this page do not imply guilt in the absence of a conviction, guilty plea, etc. We include investigations even if the Member of Congress is exonerated because the investigation and exoneration are themselves important events. Conversely, investigations that end without a guilty determination do not imply innocence.”

Links to outside sources, including CRS reports, are included.

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What Federal Government Offices Are Open or Closed During the Shutdown?

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Who’s Who in 2018/19 New Jersey Legislature

The information is arranged by district. Click on the names for additional information on each legislator along with an email link for contacting them directly.

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Full Text of Fusion GPS Testimony Before the Senate

If you want to see what all the press is about, the 300+ page document is here.

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