Join AEI as Gerard Robinson moderates a discussion on the state of historically black colleges and universities and what opportunities and challenges lie ahead.
The transition from active duty to civilian life can be a difficult. A premature decision to pursue long-term disability compensation can lead many veterans into a cycle of invalidism.
Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE) and Arthur Brooks discuss the senator’s new book, “The Vanishing American Adult” (St. Martin’s Press, May 2017), and how the decline of adulthood in America threatens our democracy and our society.
Please join AEI for a conversation with Jeb Hensarling, chairman of the House Committee on Financial Services, on the Creating Hope and Opportunity for Investors, Consumers, and Entrepreneurs (CHOICE) Act.
We’re four months into a remarkable presidency, one where the usual rules don’t always apply. So, for what they’re worth, here are a few thoughts as to what this situation means for education.
President Trump received a hero’s welcome first in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, his inaugural stop on his first foreign tour, and then in Israel, where he became the first sitting United States president to visit the Western Wall, Judaism’s holiest site. Before he uttered his first word, Trump’s visit was already a success by sheer virtue of him not being President Barack Obama.
Even good people, without apparent political motive, can get important things very wrong.
As we think about solutions, we shouldn’t get caught in the guns-or-butter trap—believing that we have to allocate scarce resources to one or the other. We can and should aspire to policies that maximize both the number of able-bodied people working and the ability of our fellow citizens to realize the American Dream.
Today health ministers and their entourages meet in Geneva at the World Health Assembly, where one of the primary topics discussed will be efforts to improve medicine quality.
Moving toward a right to legal assistance for eviction proceedings is a risky proposition. In the short term, evictions would likely be prevented and stability would be preserved for some. But in the long run, this program risks cordoning off the nation’s capital from existing and new low income residents.
This month, Senate Republicans are taking up their approach to replacing, revising, or perhaps just renaming the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
President Trump is growing infamous for his insistence on loyalty among his staff. In increasingly polarized times, there is a comfort to associating with a tribe, but we must ask what risks are involved with prizing loyalty above all, and what is being lost in the process?
Much of the South American continent is at a democratic crossroads – a pivotal moment when effective US engagement could be the key to securing a more prosperous and democratic future for these regional neighbors.
Keeping the military’s readiness rates a secret doesn’t project strength. It just hides the obvious from ourselves.