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.
The US has paralyzed itself by fixating on the short-range target of the “War on Terror” instead of recognizing that the violence in the Middle East is part of a larger struggle for regional power.
The House-passed sanctions bill against Iran, North Korea, and Russia is aimed at limiting organizations and individuals in those countries that are supporting harmful behavior. In order for the bill to be successful, the sanctions should be broader and rigorously enforced, according to experts.
The problem with the progressive approach to poverty is that it denies the importance of culture and character to household prosperity—especially when it comes to marriage. Until the Left faces up to these hard truths, its fight to end poverty in America is unserious.
As Senate Republicans struggle to whip the votes needed to pass their ACA repeal bill, there is serious reason to doubt that the bill will actually help to stabilize the individual market.
Hopefully, Greece’s return to the global capital market will not lull European policymakers into a false sense of security.
Qatar’s crisis: What happens next? Sigurd Neubauer and AEI’s Michael Rubin discuss the Qatar crisis and what’s next.
Christopher Cerf discusses the challenges of improving educational standards and opportunities across income groups.
Republicans’ struggle to repeal and replace Obamacare demonstrates that they desperately need a goal for health-care reform. That goal should be universal coverage.
Congressional interest in FCC process reform and clarifying the agency’s role in governing the internet ecosystem is important and long overdue.
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