The Jury Is Not Out Yet On Citizen Jurors

My new opinion piece on the Daily Caller in which I make the case that a jury composed of fellow citizens is the fairest method of safeguarding our freedom, promoting justice, and ultimately protecting democracy until a more nuanced understanding of how the current jury system—and the justice system as a whole—can ensure that the system continues to be responsive … More The Jury Is Not Out Yet On Citizen Jurors

A Dark Money IOU

This is an article I co-authored on the latest project I’ve working on at the Center for Responsive Politics: In Oklahoma, a dark money group tried to get the state’s GOP House speaker, T.W. Shannon, elected to the U.S. Senate in 2014. Though it claimed to be a social welfare nonprofit, Oklahomans for a Conservative Future … More A Dark Money IOU

D5 & the Transformation of Digital Government

My Commentary and Analysis for the Journal of American Diplomacy: The advent of digital and information technologies poses a major challenge for governments to provide transparent, accessible, open access to public services. In response to this and other challenges brought to light by emerging technologies, a new network of governments have stepped up as world leaders … More D5 & the Transformation of Digital Government