No doubt some Christian leaders have gone too far in rationalizing President Trump’s past personal behavior and excusing his offensive comments while in office. He is a deeply flawed man. But Trump has shown one moral quality as president that deserves admiration: He keeps his promises.
Tomorrow (Saturday) at 8:30 p.m. is the annual one-hour event known as Earth Hour, a celebration of “ignorance, poverty, backwardness” according to Canadian economist Ross McKitrick. Alternatively, you can celebrate Human Achievement Hour on Saturday, the Competitive Enterprise Institute‘s annual celebration of human progress and technology.
How random roommate assignments and other measures can expose students to unfamiliar people and ideas.
Notwithstanding years of safe and reliable operation of power reactors in the United States, now is the time to pull the plug on nuclear energy.
The Omnibus spending bill got some priorities right by increasing spending on opioid addiction treatment and the child care development block grant. But by not paying for the full cost of the bill, Congress harms the country’s financial health and jeopardizes future investments in children and families.
At a bipartisan meeting last January, President Trump told lawmakers to consider reintroducing Congressional earmarks. This week, AEI’s Gary Schmitt moderated a panel discussing the idea’s merits and drawbacks.
At a time when there are asset and credit market bubbles around the globe that are waiting on a trigger to burst, the last thing that Mr. Powell needs is a disorderly rout in the U.S. bond market.
The Federal Reserve’s current policies risk roiling today’s frothy financial markets, which are presently priced to perfection.
All autonomy levels below Level 5 require at least some level of human intervention, and that’s the problem. Not only do human monitors of mostly autonomous systems lose focus, but over time their skills erode.
Do you need a bachelor’s degree to get ahead in the United States? AEI’s Mark Schneider and Rooney Columbus say no.