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jeb bush educational choice

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.

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common carriage

Returning to an old paper raises the question of whether making all providers of internet service common carriers will save the internet, as net neutrality proponents claim.

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Ten years ago America was in an era of ‘energy scarcity’ with great concern about running out of oil (‘peak oil’). Thanks to the Shale Revolution, we’re now we’re in a new era of ‘energy abundance’ with an energy expert describing the Permian Basin oil field in West Texas as an inexhaustible, permanent, and near infinite resource.

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It’s time to return to the notion that we are a nation of individuals, rather than ethnic or religious tribes.

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Both China and India are fiercely nationalistic societies, large segments of whose populations believe that after centuries of oppression their time has come. The high visibility of the ongoing standoff gives Xi and Modi little room to maneuver. Neither leader can afford to be seen as weak by his supporters.

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Reflecting on various parts of his career, Mr. Coulter describes the differences between small and large corporations—and what it is like working at each. He also offers some big picture advice—arguing that you need to do what you like in your career.

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white house

Trump has gone a long way, in just seven months in office, toward deflating the pretensions of the presidency. That reduction in the stature of the executive has been Trump’s effect rather than his intent.

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Donald Trump health care push

Much of the blame regarding the Republican failure to coalesce around a single vision for health reform stems from a lack of leadership from the White House.

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President Donald Trump announced earlier this year that he intended to reduce the number of green cards issued and reform the American immigration system to prefer immigrants with certain job skills. Experts discuss the pros, cons, and alternate approaches to Trump’s plan.

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higher education reform

Terminology is important: we should stop calling higher education a “public good.”

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Recent proposals have recommended important modifications to the supplemental leverage ratio (SLR) to promote the production of market liquidity and other beneficial banking activities that are alleged to have declined because of the introduction of Basel III capital regulations. A much better solution for promoting liquidity is to significantly raise the minimum SLR to minimize the debt-overhang problem and revise the deposit insurance pricing system so that premiums are much closer to fair market prices for the insurance.

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