There's a reason for keeping the executive branch in check. An important one.
Glaude said the executive branch has acquired more power over the past decades, and that power will now be pushed ever further with Trump in the White House.
Haven't you been paying attention?
"There's grounds for recusal. I want to hear what he says about that," Sen. Amy Klobuchar said about today's confirmation hearing for Bill Barr.
Progressive organizations based in DC have historically focused most of their attention and political muscle on fighting legislative fights, getting Congress and the President to get new legislation passed or stop legislation they don’t like from passing.