Please join AEI as Irene Powell and Mark Montgomery present findings from their book, “Saving International Adoption: An Argument from Economics and Personal Experience” (Vanderbilt University Press, 2018).
Some prominent conservative economic and political thinkers have proposed a tax on “carbon,” but others oppose it. Which group of conservatives has the stronger argument?
Trump’s acting attorney general can’t legally hold the office—and that’s a problem for everyone.
In the November issue of AEI’s Political Report, the top issues for voters were healthcare, the economy, and gun policy. Experts discuss which issues mattered to voters and how the preferences of different groups of voters have changed over time.
America’s most successful licensed prostitute, Alice Little of the Moonlight Bunny Ranch, makes the case for legalized brothels. Meanwhile, Christine & Danielle worry about an invasion of sexbots.
On this episode of the AEI Events Podcast, join AEI’s Election Watch team as they discuss what happened in the 2018 US House, Senate, and gubernatorial races around the country and look ahead to what the new political landscape might mean going into the 2020 elections.
Career and technical education (CTE) seeks to offer students a path to a valued, rewarding career. But is it just a passing fad?
McCain has functioned as a scapegoat for broader failures by his party on health care. What Lewis is doing now is making him a scapegoat for the midterm elections, too.
By working together on legislation to address some of the nation’s many pressing concerns, there’s a chance that Congress might lead the country at least some distance out of our current hostile, partisan stalemate, restoring some civility and sense of common purpose.
A Russian- or Chinese-run expansion of Czech nuclear energy capabilities would shape the country’s geopolitical options for decades to come, possibly long beyond the current crisis of the EU, NATO and of the Western-led ‘liberal order.’
We can wonder whether mothers should be sent to prison for certain failures and for how long. But there is little question that when women cannot protect their children from harm, “separation” is reasonable.
San Jose’s mayor recently bemoaned FCC rules meant to speed deployment of next generation wireless technology, but the truth is that accelerated deployment will have a number of positive effects for the public.