Congressman John Yarmuth, outgoing Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson and political science professor Jasmine Farrier sat on the panel. Farrier said many people seem to have historical amnesia when decrying the intense and sometimes violent rhetoric in Congress and in the media.
From our seat here, it seems sometimes Congress is making the decisions and running the country, and sometimes it seems to be the president. The power fluctuations in Washington don’t seem to particular to any administration and can often change during the same one. So why does the balance of power shift between Congress and the president? And what does that mean for us? Join us on Tuesday when we talk with author Jasmine Farrier about Congressional Ambivalence and call with your questions. Listen to the Show