Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus discusses the future of the Navy and Marine Corps with AEI’s Mackenzie Eaglen.
A national sales tax is not the answer to fundamental tax reform.
With medical practice costs rising under the ACA and revenue falling, it’s no wonder so many doctors are choosing to sell their private practices and become salaried employees of hospitals.
Policymakers should think hard about education, infrastructure, entrepreneurship, immigration, and basic research.
India’s new GDP estimates may lead some to think that India’s economic growth is world-beating, growing even faster than China currently. When in fact this new GDP estimate may be meaningless.
Growth remains slower slower than it should be, but we’re probably not in a recession. Probably.
A discussion on a possible national security threat after reports that the five Guantanamo Bay prisoners traded Sgt. Bergdahl could be free to travel soon.
Both Greece and Puerto Rico need to engage in belt-tightening to restore balance to their respective budgets. It is only with such supply-side economic reforms that those economies might have the hope of growing out from under their substantial debt mountains.
The House NDAA provision to limit the power of the Pentagon testing office would be a sea-change in the meaning of defense “reform,” a first unraveling of the regulatory mindset that’s made such a mess of Pentagon procurement.
Emma Sky’s The Unraveling chronicles the tragedy of Iraq after President Obama’s election and, most importantly for today’s debates, makes clear that the eventual rise of ISIS was not preordained.
When Taiwan’s DPP presidential candidate, Tsai Ing-wen, visits the US, she must make the case that the current cross-Strait status quo is not as stable as it looks, but the onus is on the Obama administration to value its democratic partner.