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.
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.
Theater, much like Japan’s Kabuki. That’s all the Supreme Court confirmation process is. President Trump’s presentations of his two nominees, Judge Neil Gorsuch last year and Judge Brett Kavanaugh on Monday, were uncharacteristically graceful — a worthy theatrical innovation, in the view of even some Trump critics.
In this episode, we discuss the book the Financial Times calls “the future of growth theory,” and discuss everything from economic development to America’s big tech firms to Friedrich Hayek.
We should only be worried when President Trump’s actions on Russia match his rhetoric. Until then, his summit with Vladimir Putin was simply an embarrassment, not a disaster.
At a basic level, social outcomes including migration depend on factors that are beyond government control.
Imran Khan’s closeness with the army, sympathy for fundamentalists, and socialist economics do not bode well for Pakistan’s struggling democracy.
Join AEI for a discussion on how the US should both prepare for a new era of great-power competition with Russia, China, and Iran and tackle the thorny problems of North Korea, Syria, and other rogue actors.
I recently had the chance to chat with Leading Educators’ departing CEO Jonas Chartock about the organization, which works with over 700 teacher leaders to transform professional learning for over 2,400 teachers.
During a joint news appearance with Russian president Vladimir Putin, President Trump demonstrated that, when put to the test, he cannot see any issue through a prism other than his grievances and ego.
For now, the argument that AI is so powerful as to be an employment menace continues to weaken.
The appropriate tradeoffs between the benefits and purported adverse effects of energy use are an obvious legislative function, inappropriate for litigation to resolve, particularly given the international nature of the production, consumption, and GHG emissions from fossil fuels.