Ellison Report: Gorsuch Confirmation; Trump Edu Budget; Philly's First Black District Attorney
A weekly journal of politics, policy, and the people.
PART I: Charles S. Konigsberg of FedWeb discusses the larger consequences of Senate deploying the “nuclear option” in the confirmation of Neil Gorsuch.
PART II: Neal McCluskey of Cato Institute examines the Trump education budget and whether or not the administration should “federalize” school choice and charter schools.
PART III: Jay McCallah, Philadelphia political strategist, talks about the tragedy of Philly’s first Black District Attorney Seth Williams and what that means for Black political leadership.
PART IV: Carol Graham of Brookings talks about her new book Happiness for All? and how much political polarization is driven by unhappiness in America.