Join us for the Policy Simulation Library DC meeting hosted by AEI’s Open Source Policy Center to learn how computational simulation models are used to inform public policy decision-making.
While three GOP broadband regulation bills currently pending in the House of Representatives classify internet access as a Title I information service, they differ in how they treat network management practices and the rulemaking leeway they give the FCC.
12% of Sanders supporters voted for Trump. If Sanders wants to win the White House he needs to win them back. That means he needs Fox News.
Join the American Enterprise Institute and Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School for a discussion on the Foreign Agents Registration Act.
A potential oil discovery threatens to derail Pakistan’s attempt at much needed reform.
On this episode of Banter we discuss why the panic over a “population bomb” is so misguided, what’s causing declining fertility rates across the world, and what these shifting demographics will likely mean for the United States and the world.
Attorney General Barr issued a ruling that could potentially withhold bail from asylum seekers as they await a hearing. Experts discuss the potential impact of this policy.
Increasingly it seems like none of us ever gets out of school, as the rules and restrictions that have proliferated on college and university campuses over the last two or three decades ooze out and spread to the wider society. We find ourselves dealing, exams aside, with the campus-fication of American life.
Why did the destruction of this building so deeply sadden us who had been to see it once, if at all? Why did it stir those of a totally different religion? Why did this feel like a loss to millions who, by reason, had no claim on the building?
A Supreme Court battle over the Mueller Report would pit two legitimate constitutional claims against each other and could set a dangerous precedent for the constitutional balance of power.
President Trump’s quest for an ultra-easy monetary policy and his reckless expansion of US debt has left the country in a weak position to fight the next economic recession.
It is refreshing to see serious thought being given towards finding new and creative ways to address the needs of working families.