Under Secretary for Policy at the Department of Transportation Derek Kan outlines the details of the Trump administration’s infrastructure plan. Following his remarks, AEI’s R. Richard Geddes will lead a discussion among infrastructure policy experts to review the main elements of the proposal and the future of US infrastructure policy.
The Aspen Institute’s ideological approach to education ‘consensus’ seems geared to alienate teachers and conservatives.
The United States faces a renewed period of great power competition, and the National Security Council, the principle institution for presidential national security decision-making, needs to be up to the task.
Many pundits and policymakers not only continue to treat Iraq and Iraqis as a partisan football, but perpetuate false myths about its run-up and aftermath.
By the standards of consumer welfare — providing a variety of high-quality products, innovation, low prices — big tech is one of the best things to happen in the economy in decades.
Contrary to the 2018 veterans in politics storyline, the majority of veterans in this Illinois election are not running as Democrats.
The debate over whether Congress should make an appropriation for the Cost Sharing Reduction payments is tangled up in a discussion over how to properly assess the net federal cost of such an appropriation
S&P Dow Jones Indices, the “de facto scorekeeper of the active versus passive investing debate,” recently released its 2017 report for the U.S. markets. Over the last 15 years, only about 5% of active managers for small-, mid- and large-cap equity funds outperformed their benchmark indexes.
Jerome Powell must stand firm and resist pressure from the White House for the continuation of an inappropriately loose monetary policy stance.
Safety net programs should be doing everything possible to ensure that employment is a priority.