As tensions with North Korea continue to escalate, the Trump Administration is seeking to show that it will handle the crisis differently than the previous administration.
FCC Commission Chairman Ajit Pai proposed that the agency repeal its 2015 decision to reclassify broadband providers as common carriers under Title II of the Communications Act. This move to repeal Title II will be a boon to the internet ecosystem.
Common narrative holds that China will soon overtake the US as a world power due to its superior economic might. The truth, however, is that China is trailing behind the US economically, with the wealth gap widening between Beijing and Washington. If China’s economy is slowing, why does it feel as if China is encroaching on the US? Former DoD analyst and China expert Dan Blumenthal is available for comment.
Our paper shows that hospitals can, and do, target care based on financial considerations, and suggest that altering provider financial incentives can generate more efficient care.
Cutting the corporate tax rate to 15 percent in a fiscally responsible manner would provide a powerful boost to the American economy. But getting there will require some hard decisions.
Legal experts and leading education scholars tackle the new topic of K–12 Education Savings Accounts (ESA) in “Education Savings Accounts: The New Frontier in School Choice” (Rowman & Littlefield, 2017), a joint project between the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and the Foundation for Excellence in Education (ExcelinEd).
The CHOICE Act addresses the seeve adverse consequences that the Dodd-Frank Act had on the US economy.
In Letters to a Young Education Reformer, Frederick M. Hess offers some hard-earned advice on the lessons learned after a quarter century in and around schools and reform.
For decades, critics of America’s mass immigration have argued that the social upheaval such policies produce is dangerous and destabilizing. But the topic became radioactive for reasonable politicians, creating an opening for unreasonable ones among the working-class constituencies most affected by immigration. This is precisely what has happened in France.
Though U.S. policymakers often assume that Washington will soon be eclipsed by Beijing, in truth the United States is widening the wealth gap with China, as the Chinese economy continues to flounder. This fact is frequently obscured, however, in large part because of Beijing’s successful military modernization as compared to America’s decimated global combat power.