This week on Banter, we’re joined by Ed DeMarco to discuss the history of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, these entities’ role in the 2008 housing market crash, and how (and if) Fannie and Freddie could be reformed.
To accept the EU’s case, one has to ignore the reality of the modern internet. But this foolishness is becoming endemic, and if Washington is going to do nothing about these unceasing attacks against America’s tech giants, they could at least avoid launching their own.
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) joins AEI Asness Chair in Applied Liberty Jonah Goldberg for a timely discussion on the importance of maintaining constitutional principles and mediating institutions in a period of populist and tribalist upheaval.
Political democracy depends on the existence of a responsible opposition that challenges the party in power vigorously while remaining loyal to our basic institutions.
The Trump administration seems unaware and unconcerned about the risks its fiscal policy might create for the global economy.
The second episode of The Arthur Brooks Show tackles a key question for overcoming polarization in America: How do we share a stage—metaphorically or literally—with the people we disagree with most?
If the UK hews close to the EU with a soft Brexit, the US will lose an important partner in the competition for new rules for digital trade and the future of the global internet.
Many leaders are in agreement that public policy should protect people who take time away from work to care for their family. Experts discuss the importance of paid family leave to expanding and offering choices for American families.
We became the richest, freest, and happiest people on earth by letting American business focus on business. Political issues should be debated in Congress and state houses, not corporate boardrooms and shareholder meetings.
Bureaucratic good intentions sometimes address problems that aren’t problems or end up doing more harm than good.
Sexual predators come in all types. But should they all be treated the same way? Christina & Danielle explore the dark world of sexual deviancy with The Atlantic’s Emily Yoffe.