Join us at AEI for a conversation with 43rd Governor of Florida Jeb Bush and a panel of experts on education savings accounts, educational opportunity, and the future of new and innovative forms of learning in and outside American schools.
We’ve heard a lot in the Trump era about production and jobs that are being outsourced overseas by US companies, along with frequent claims that our jobs are being ‘stolen’ by countries like Mexico and China. But we never hear about the 7.4 million jobs that were ‘insourced’ to the US in 2015 by the 6,000 foreign firms that have operations here.
The crackdown on pain medication prescribing is intended to help the addiction crisis—but it’s leaving chronic pain patients in untenable situations.
Universities sponsor separate orientations, dormitories and commencements for identity groups (are separate drinking fountains next?). A corporate CEO fires an employee who challenged the dogma that only invidious discrimination can explain gender percentages in job categories different from those of the larger population.
Michael Rubin looks back to determine just how effective the United States’ diplomatic strategy has been in deterring DPRK’s nuclear weapons program.
Some conservatives’ recent advocacy for regulating Google is an odd proposal for a party that supposedly embraces innovation, free enterprise, and creative destruction.
Isn’t dramatic congressional action the primary way for the American people to drive widespread, meaningful educational change? Not always.
Once the ugly step-sibling of utility patents, design patents have risen in public prominence in recent months.
China’s harsh language over a border standoff shows it has no intention of treating India as an equal.
As the nation recovers from the violent clashes in Charlottesville, experts discuss the role of identity politics in the American political system. Some argue that identity politics can be used constructively to unify different communities.
A larger talent pool would help the economy grow and make everyone more productive, allowing baby boomers to retire without damaging the country.