This week on Banter, Yossi Klein Halevi joined the show to discuss his new book, Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor, which explores the Israeli/Palestinian conflict through Israeli eyes.
The market appears to think that for Trump to “hang tough” in trade talks with China more harm than good will come to the US economy.
Many of the same people expressing outrage that Trump would dehumanize vicious gang members have no problem dehumanizing innocent, unborn children. President Trump has stood up for the humanity of the unborn child like no president in recent memory.
James Capretta argues that current federal budget process hinders the ability of Congress to make timely and orderly decisions in addressing our nation’s fiscal challenges.
In testimony today, AEI Resident Fellow and Milton Friedman Chair James Capretta will propose possible options to ensure the budget resolution’s impact and influence on the congressional budget and appropriations process. He proposes three suggestions for changing the role of the budget resolution.
In a new report, academic adviser to AEI for Criminal Justice Reform and research director for the Minnesota Department of Corrections Grant Duwe examines the evidence on the effectiveness of education and employment programs for prisoners.
AEI’s Frederick Hess discusses how his recent study found that mainstream media was more favorable to education proposals by the Democrat-led government in 2009, than the Republican-led government in 2017.
If the US can’t provide legal status to the Dreamers, then there could be serious ramifications for the nation’s social and economic life.
Five experts on economic, innovation, and China policy offer their advice to President Trump and his successors.