AEI President Arthur Brooks and India’s acclaimed author and commentator Gurcharan Das discuss the dynamic between making money and doing good.
Providing executive amnesty to certain illegal immigrants is a sound social policy that helps families and is unlikely to have negative political repercussions.
Bill Frenzel may not be the last of a breed. But the numbers like him are vastly diminished, and those with his personal and public qualities are rare at any time.
We’re joined this week by Superintendent of Newark City Public Schools, Cami Anderson.
Here are three charts that illustrate just how high the US corporate tax rate is compared to other countries.
The competition between branded and generic drug makers has enabled remarkable advances in science, and vibrant competition on price. Recently, questions have been raised as to whether this competitive landscape is at risk.
Conventional wisdom tells us the US is falling behind in the broadband race. Do the data agree? AEI visiting fellow Richard Bennett presents his research on this topic and experts discuss.
Cami Anderson has been implementing an aggressive reform agenda that expands charter school options, allows for merit pay, makes room for the dismissal of ineffective teachers, and provides “open enrollment” to students so that they can choose which schools they attend.
President Obama’s proposed unilateral action on immigration is yet another step on the path to an imperial executive office in America.
If President Obama goes through with his executive action plans on immigration, there will likely be a huge backlash from the Republican party but also the American people. We should be prepared for an immigration showdown on Capitol Hill.