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CIA Director Mike Pompeo reflects on one year at the CIA, the agency’s vision forward, and the most pressing threats facing the nation in 2018.

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Join AEI and Opportunity America for a discussion with Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Human Resources Adrian Smith (R-NE) and a panel discussion with experts on policy ideas to eliminate barriers and enhance opportunity for poor and working-class Americans.

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America isn’t a race. But it’s not an idea either. It is, rather, a nation. It is a nation whose identity is more bound up with political ideals than most nations: ideals such as equality before the law, self-government and freedom of religion. But those ideals are part of a national culture that is not reducible to them.

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The very intellectual infection Michael Novak warned about while accepting his Templeton Prize 24 years ago has become a reality.

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On this AEI Events Podcast, Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) delivers a keynote address at a conference on discussing democracy in crisis.

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In the latest Remnant, Jonah surveys the public opinion landscape with pollster extraordinaire Kristen Soltis Anderson. They talk fecal craters and 2018 midterms, with a bonus aside about the #MeToo movement. Meanwhile, Jonah may have found his signoff phrase.

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How can the goals of a “limited, energetic government” be realized under the institutions of representative democracy? My sense is that the answer lies in both old-fashioned tough-love charity and the institutions of federalism.

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This week on Banter we’re joined by Mike McShane for a discussion on education reform in the Bush and Obama administrations.

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Review of ‘True Gentlemen’ by John Heichinger

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In “This Way Up” — a new booklet of 16 short essays commissioned by Opportunity America in conjunction with AEI — policy experts and conservative thinkers explore how to ensure economic mobility for all Americans.

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Nominal GDP was clearly and credibly faster in 2017 than 2015. But all is still not well. The much-discussed deleveraging has arguably yet to begin.

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Just as in the 1930s the political fallout from the Great Depression was not neutralized by the reversal to protectionism and economic short-termism, the flaws plaguing the EU and the global economy are not going to be fixed by encouraging politicians to pursue harmful economic policies. It is singularly irresponsible to suggest otherwise.

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