Deputy Commandant of the Marine Corps for Aviation Lieutenant General Jon Davis discusses the current and future Marine Corps aviation enterprise with AEI’s Thomas Donnelly and Mitchell Institute’s David Deptula.
Thanks to WikiLeaks, the Bernie Sanders campaign and its supporters now have proof that the system was in fact rigged against their candidate.
Although mixed, our findings suggest that the design of government safety net programs are important. As families from the lower middle class increasingly access benefit programs, the effect on marriage may become even more important.
America First and America Great are the right objectives, but an America without allies — an America Alone — is not the right way to achieve either.
In their new report for IFS and AEI, W. Bradford Wilcox, Joseph Price, and Angela Rachidi consider the impact of social-welfare policies on family formation, focusing on three of the nation’s largest means-tested programs: Medicaid, food stamps, and TANF.
We must do more to deliver civic education to students. Although good programs are in place, our often antiquated approach to delivering civics is out-of-touch with how millennials and their children learn and process information. We need a new approach for a new era, and these types of programs can explore innovative options.
Mike Pence and Tim Kaine have both served as governors in states that do not overpay government employees.
Most Americans think the historic nature of Hillary Clinton’s candidacy doesn’t matter much.
What will be the implications of the attempted coup on US-Turkey relations? Michael Rubin explores Turkish media accusations that the US was complicit in the coup and draws parallels to Iranian tensions with the Carter administration in the 1970s.
Russia is playing the role of the revisionist power that thinks it has been looted and disrespected with the need prove it is still a great power that must be recognized as such and consequently restored to its position.
Everyone in Washington should get out and teach practitioners more. Every time I return from teaching, it reminds me how many practical considerations we Washingtonians tend to wish away and how easy it is to get swept up in the bubble of DC.