Why do I think all the talk of U.S. Senate filibuster reform will end up as nothing more than talk?

Ezra Klein notes an emerging bipartisan “reform” idea meant to blunt ideas for more meaningful reform.

I’ve mentioned before the fixthesenatenow movement to streamline the Senate procedures. What follows is a news release from the group working on the measure that highlights how the filibuster has hurt Arkansas, particularly in delays on confirmation of judicial nominations.