AEI hosts a panel discussion on the current state of research in the pre-K field.
If the Supreme Court were fundamentally an apolitical body, then it would be entirely reasonable for senators who disagree with the President on most issues to vote for his judges anyway, and to facilitate President Obama’s replacement of Justice Scalia even in an election year. But that is not the situation we are now in.
For a considerable period, conservatives failed to check a spreading chaos in what was increasingly becoming the federal government’s third political branch. Then came Scalia.
Our nation lost one of its leading lights on Saturday with the death of Antonin Scalia, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court.
America has lost a patriot and unwavering defender of the Constitution. At AEI, we have lost a friend and colleague.
We’ve seen this movie—now playing in Syria– before. The Russians have developed a way of getting the US formally to permit offensive Russian military operations against American partners on the ground, all the while calling it a ceasefire.
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and the AFL-CIO have all bemoaned ‘excessive pay’ for America’s top CEOs. And yet if we confiscated and redistributed the compensation of all S&P 500 CEOs, the average US worker would see his or her before-tax hourly pay increase by only 3.5 cents.
The 2016 Democratic primary contest continues as Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton debate who cares more about a wealth of issues
Counting on India as a market saviour is a mistake.
The US, Russia, and other world powers have reached a ceasefire agreement in Syria. While the plan will not affect the fight against Syrian al Qaeda affiliate Jabhat al-Nusra or ISIS, it will purportedly increase humanitarian aid to civilians.
By addressing who should authorize charters, Virginia legislators have inserted themselves into one of the most critical debates in the charter school movement today.