Join AEI and Arizona State University for a public event on education and the future of work, featuring a keynote conversation with Gov. Doug Ducey and Arizona State University President Michael Crow and panels of experts, practitioners, and policymakers.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, AEI’s Naomi Schaefer Riley, and a panel of experts on foster care, adoption, and family law will discuss how to reform the fostering and adoption systems.
Hopefully, Powell will soon find the right path for an appropriate degree of monetary-policy tightening.
A lot of Americans didn’t know whether they would end up winners or losers under the GOP tax bill. Now, millions are starting to discover that they are winners. And the bill will become even more popular as more people learn the good news.
While these are primarily local issues, that doesn’t mean Washington can’t play a role, as my recent podcast with deregulation expert David Schleicher can attest.
A nuclear-armed Gulf would be a dangerous development in a part of the world that is infamous for illicit transfers of financial and other resources. The US should not give MbS a pass if Riyadh doesn’t want to play by the rules.
Past experience should be informing the Fed that once lost, the credibility it has earned by its ability to control inflation will not be easy to restore.
On February 26, 2018, the Supreme Court will hear Janus v. AFSCME. What exactly does this mean for the future of teacher’s unions?
Increasing the role of state governments to oversee their own health care sectors requires that we first ask what type of health care markets we prefer and which set of policies best allows a larger voice for consumer choice and market competition
Pressed for time and fighting technical glitches, Jonah takes the Remnant into the perilous field of podcast rank punditry, opining at moderate length about this week’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), the Parkland shooting, and the Russia investigation.
The coexistence of humanitarian and security imperatives demonstrates the necessity of rapidly reforming the United Nations.