Henry Olsen, coauthor of a new book on the four faces of today’s Republican Party, describes the implications of these factions on the 2016 presidential race.
Join AEI for a merry panel discussion on the worst (and best) parts of the Christmas season, from the Chipmunks song to Black Friday mobs to people’s annoying holiday letters.
Releasing detailed tax plans so early in the race is not a winning strategy for GOP candidates.
Voter turnout is always important in presidential campaigns, and one way to measure it is to ask voters how enthusiastic they are about voting in the election.
The Planned Parenthood shooting should not be turned into a political argument
If we can’t condemn Islam for Muslim terrorists, why do we condemn Christians?
Here’s a little advice for Kasich, Hillary Clinton and any other candidate who wants to follow them down into the fever swamp of Nazi analogies: Don’t.
When Bill Clinton was president, he “slammed the door” on refugees — the cell door at Guantanamo Bay.
Sometimes you can learn something about today’s world from a history book
Relax on the holidays, if you like — but give thanks if you have found useful and satisfying work.
The campus radicals have begun a debate over first principles. Those who cherish western values should welcome the opportunity to defend our worldview — because beyond our shores there are far more dangerous foes of the west.
What will the top economic issue be in Campaign 2016?