Join AEI as Mayor Mitch Landrieu discusses New Orleans’ comeback story and the lessons it offers for other cities around the country about resilience and making government work.
An accurate census is in all our interests. There are concerns about the 2020 census’ funding, the controversial decision to include a question on US citizenship, and response rates. Please join AEI for a panel discussion on the importance of the 2020 census and what can be done to ensure its success.
Macron and Trump have their differences, both in substance and in style. But that is no excuse for the two not to work together, and so far, neither president seems to have let those differences get in their way.
The bundling observed in the real world of the AT&T/Time Warner case involves levels of complexity far beyond what the simple models currently being debated have been able to capture.
On Earth Day 2018, as we celebrate Earth’s natural environment that includes fossil fuels, let’s not forget to also celebrate our tremendously valuable human resources of ingenuity, creativity, “petropreneurship,” and imagination.
A majority of Americans now believe the effects of global warming have already begun and that global warming is caused by human activities, but most still do not think it will pose a serious threat to them within their lifetime.
As we observe Earth Day on Sunday, it might be a good time to appreciate the fact that Americans get most of their plentiful, affordable energy directly from the Earth’s “natural environment” in the form of fossil fuels: coal, natural gas, and petroleum. And that will continue to be the case for many generations in the future.
For the first time in history, a majority of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee may vote against a nominee for secretary of state. If this happens, it would be a black mark not on Mike Pompeo’s record, but on the reputation of this committee.
The Trump presidency has produced a continual stream of sweeping, yet misinformed, analysis regarding the internal state of the Republican Party. A closer look at public opinion polling results over the past couple of years reveals a far more nuanced picture, often directly contradicting the popular notions in media today.
Observers have often characterized Macron as the French heir to the Clinton-Blair “third way” of governing that split the difference between the existing left and right. In fact, he is attempting to transcend that difference by charting a third way between the nationalist temptation and the globalist creed. The French president is keenly aware that the overarching task of his mandate — the outcome of which will determine his success or failure — will be to restore trust in liberal democracy by reforming not just the EU, but globalization as a whole.
The nation’s 2017 NAEP results, often called “The Nation’s Report Card,” were just released. The results were not great.