Join AEI and the Brookings Institution as E. J. Dionne Jr., Norman Ornstein, and Thomas Mann discuss their new book, “One Nation After Trump: A Guide for the Perplexed, the Disillusioned, the Desperate, and the Not-Yet Deported” (St. Martin’s Press, 2017).
American culture is defined by its businesses, and Christian businessmen and woman can speak to the American imagination through counter-cultural entrepreneurship.
Arthur Brooks argues that greater geographic mobility within the United States could help workers find the best opportunities.
Labelling the leader of an objectively true democracy as a dictator only serves to delegitimize democratic institutions. Misrepresenting the leader of an objectively true dictatorship as a democrat only serves to legitimize autocratic institutions.
Without breaking a single window, Antifa succeeded in imposing a $600,000 tax on conservative speech at Berkeley.
Iraq is hardly a lost cause and there is once again reason for optimism. One by one, the last ISIS strongholds in Iraq are falling to the Iraqi armed forces and their coalition allies.
A new report purports to show that increasing the EITC for childless adults will lead to greater employment for non-working men. Approach this study with caution.
Australia’s government-funded broadband network illustrates that government subsidies and network ownership are not simple, and may create more problems than they solve.
It would be a mistake for policymakers to ignore the very real economic risks that still remain in the eurozone.
Businesses and consumers would benefit if Congress creates a new class of mutual funds.
The speech may not have provided intellectual clarity, but for listeners in many foreign ministries it may have provided reassurance.