Senators Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) and Brian Schatz (D-HI) will unveil their new carbon tax proposal, and panelists will debate the implications of such a proposal.
Join AEI as the Right Honorable Liam Fox MP, UK’s Secretary of State for International Trade, speaks on the future of the UK trade policy.
Over 90 percent of veterans are interested in continuing their public service. Among post-9/11 veterans the sense of service and civic-mindedness seems particularly strong, especially in contrast to civilian Millennials.
Employees will be better off with predictable schedules and higher wages, but not when they are mandated as new costs on businesses.
To be rash is only one breach of true prudence. It is also a breach to be timid. So which offense is more common today?
President Trump should launch an urgent rescue mission to help Venezuelans resolve their country’s crisis and choose a new government that will end violent repression, respect democratic institutions and rebuild a free market economy.
Corinth and Finley take two approaches to estimating the contemporaneous impact of visible homelessness on crime. Their findings are consistent with homeless individuals deterring crime through a witness effect in very close proximities but increasing crime in less immediate vicinities by signaling a lack of police presence.
In this AEI Events Podcast, leading experts join AEI’s John R. Bolton and Desmond Lachman to discuss the challenges and opportunities of Brexit after the United Kingdom elections.
President Trump’s decision to end aid to moderate rebels sells out the very Syrians the United States should be supporting
Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently announced plans to create a hyperloop train system to transport passengers from New York City to Washington, D.C. in less than 29 minutes. While great in theory, the technological innovations and extensive regulations involved make it unlikely that the hyperloop will exist in the near future.
Sean Spicer’s resignation from his White House Press Secretary position is not surprising to experts given the debasing nature of the job under President Trump.
Young men are spending less time working and more time playing video games. Are Overwatch and The Legend of Zelda about to ruin the American economy?