Hear four concise talks on why America needs to rethink education, what that thinking looks like in practice, and how to move from ideas to action.
Hagel simply wasn’t up to the job of Secretary of Defense, either intellectually or physically.
Now that talks have been extended, diplomats will shift the goalposts to keep all sides at the table. And once again, diplomatic insanity will triumph as Tehran grinds closer to its end goal.
The same officials who failed in negotiations with North Korea are now negotiating with the Iranians. Expect years more of failed negotiations and a nuclear Iran sometime this decade or next.
While he was not a noisy regular on all the Sunday talk shows, Secretary Hagel was competently managing the largest federal agency’s drawdown at a time of great global unrest.
The use of racial quotas by the Minneapolis Public School system to address racial disparities in student suspensions may be unconstitutional, says a member of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
In order to (1) better understand why fewer men are working, and (2) understand how public policy can best attempt to reverse that trend, we simply need to know more than we know today about workers, potential workers, and the tasks firms want them to do.
Covering a defense story today? Here’s the latest from the experts on the AEI defense team.
The Congressional Budget Office suggests that one possible change to patent law that could reduce the cost and frequency of litigation would be to limit patent protections for inventions that were relatively inexpensive to develop.
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel’s resignation gives congressional Republicans the opportunity to review our declining defense budget and create a measuring stick for the next president.