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In Banter’s fifth installment of the “Bridging the Dignity Divide” series, AEI Visiting Scholar Mark Schneider joined the show to discuss alternatives to the traditional bachelor’s degree, such as associate and certificate programs, and the differing earnings outcomes of these programs.

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Hammurabi was right. Legal stability is a prerequisite for prosperity and domestic tranquility.

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In his Party report, President Xi made it clear China needs a military prepared to fight and win wars, and that the military would play an increasingly prominent role in Chinese foreign policy.

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The asset base of the world’s financial institutions crumbled in the fall of 2008 as mortgage-backed securities collapsed and credit markets froze. The Federal Reserve responded by buying government bonds, pumping liquidity into the financial markets, and expanding bank reserves.

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The so-called Great Recession, which had begun in late 2008 and would run until mid-2009, was set off by the sudden collapse of sky-high prices for housing and other assets — something that is obvious in retrospect but that, nevertheless, no one seemed to see coming.

 

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Reforming the roles and responsibilities of our special operations forces will more evenly distribute the burden of addressing our nation’s most pressing security challenges. In addition, it will support efforts to reduce pressure on SOF and their families and will also obviate the need to lower standards to increase SOF ranks.

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If Democrats have their story right, those tricksy Republicans are masterfully executing a not-so-secret plan to wreck the American social welfare state.

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Martial law is part of Duterte’s plan to ensure the “total eradication” of Islamist extremists — but this approach can backfire. Here’s why.

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In 2012, New Jersey reformed teacher tenure through the Teacher Effectiveness and Accountability for the Children of New Jersey (TEACHNJ) Act. This report analyzes specific tenure cases since the passage of TEACHNJ to understand the extent to which the rules-based and standards-based approaches were consistent with TEACHNJ’s goals of improving student achievement.

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after FCC net neutrality vote

As the FCC prepares to approve the Restoring Internet Freedom Order, what are the likely next steps for each of the major players in the net neutrality debate?

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