Jonah finds time in the midst of his whirlwind book tour for a special New York episode of the Remnant with National Review senior contributor Michael Brendan Dougherty. They have a wide-ranging discussion on ethnic pride, nationalism and patriotism, Ireland, and more.
Young Americans do not have power to resurrect Madison’s vision of how the promise of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness should be kept. But they do have the power to restore the vitality of the promise and to make good on it in new and creative ways.
This week on Banter, Michael Strain and Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach joined the show to discuss the importance of the 2020 census and the challenges to its implementation.
It turns out that one major correlate of infant mortality is family structure.
In the May issue of AEI’s Political Report, we look at public opinion on trade wars, tariffs, and how “free trade” and “international trade” affect the United States. We also examine the popularity of Obamacare and what polls show about health care as a voting issue in 2018.
CFIUS is not a magic wand to wave at the economy or even just foreign investment. It is a considerable challenge just to engage in CFIUS reform that better protects national security while not causing economic harm.
The core problem facing the US health system is a lack of cost discipline. Building the structure needed to support a well-functioning marketplace requires much more than merely deregulating the ACA’s individual and small group markets.
AEI’s Nicholas Eberstadt argues that, if history is any indicator, nothing much will come of the latest meeting between North and South Korea.
The American Enterprise Institute released today a series of case studies entitled “What Works: Building Skills Across America,” to highlight a variety of alternative education and training options available to students and workers.
Work colleges offer pathways for traditionally underserved populations through higher education, which has positive implications for educational equity.