This week I’m joined by my colleague Sarah Lee to discuss how recent developments in the investigation of the Trump-Russia investigators illustrates the problems with the administrative state, ask how American political parties might work to improve the quality of their nominees and what they stand to gain from doing so, and investigate the Lincoln Project, a Democratic Super PAC with pretensions of being more than that.
- National Review: Former FBI Lawyer Clinesmith to Plead Guilty in Durham Probe
- National Review: The Confederate Roots of the Administrative State
- Jurist: DOJ report urges Congress to update Administrative Procedure Act
- National Review: Presidential Primaries: Both Parties Have Failed Us
- National Review: The Disparate Coverage of Lunatic Candidates Who Win Primaries
- Influence Watch: Lincoln Project
- Capital Research Center: The Lincoln Project—or the McClellan Project?