AEI’s Andrew P. Kelly, College Board’s Jessica Howell, and Seton Hall University’s Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj host a major research conference that explores college match, featuring eight new studies and analyses.
Puerto Rico would do well to ignore a recent hedge fund report and to follow instead the Krueger report’s suggestion: press for a reasonable amount of debt relief from bondholders as an important part of an adjustment program.
The New York Times once advocated for the right minimum wage: $0.00 per hour.
As he concludes “The Conservative Heart,” AEI President Arthur C. Brooks calls on his fellow conservatives to show America their true colors.
For the US economy to grow as fast in the future as it did in the past, it will require even faster productivity growth to offset slowing population growth. That means deep reform of our tax, regulatory, and education systems.
Huckabee isn’t saying anything that lots of serious people haven’t said, albeit more eloquently. In countless speeches, Bibi Netanyahu and other Israeli leaders have stressed that the legacy of the Holocaust is such that Israel cannot take a chance on Iran having a nuclear weapon.
A discussion on new reports from the State Department regarding Hillary Clinton’s email server, and the possibility those emails are tied to the 2011 Benghazi attack.
As Medicare reaches age 50, we see periodic signs of limited efforts to move beyond its youthful exuberance as a full-fledged pay-as-you-go, fee-for-service, universal entitlement program and toward a somewhat more market-oriented direction.
Too bad e-cigarettes don’t enjoy the same good will and favorable press coverage that, for better or worse, has been bestowed on marijuana.
A closer look at Medicare’s origins and early history certainly confirms its primary accomplishments. However, it also suggests how improving necessary care for older Americans might have proceeded differently without producing some of Medicare’s chronic long-term problems that we continue to avoid dealing with today.
Today marks the date of Milton Friedman’s 103rd birthday, and I’ve assembled 20 of my favorite Friedman quotes to honor and remember the great economist on his birthday.