Protecting the paper of a presidency is about nothing less than the rule of law.
The cuts to the National Security Council have less to do with making government better than with making it purer.
Requiring congressional approval would be good for Trump, good for his choice for national security adviser, and good for the country.
The most worrisome development on the global stage last week took place in Washington, D.C.
Unaccountable National Security Council staffers manage America’s foreign policy. Past reforms only amplified their influence.