The 106th Congress Was One of the Most Civil Congresses in the Last 15 Years

    The 106th Congress was better than five of the last eight Congresses on four measures of civility – name calling, the use of the word lie, vulgarity and pejoratives for speech – according to a new study released by the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the third bipartisan House Retreat at the Greenbrier in White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia.