Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg sat down with Arthur Brooks at AEI on Wednesday afternoon —livestreamed on Facebook — for a conversation that provided insight into one of America’s most dynamic companies in its most dynamic sector.
While the House Republicans’ new health care plan contains many of the health policies conservatives sought even before Obamacare, those policies may have particular appeal against the backdrop of the health-care system Obamacare has created.
In the year since the Supreme Court’s Obergefell ruling, opinion of gay marriage seems stable, with a few polls showing a small uptick in support, as a core group of around 37 percent remains opposed.
On June 23, the Supreme Court decided Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin in a close 4-3 ruling upholding the university’s affirmative action program. This report examines public opinion on affirmative action generally and on affirmative action in college admissions.
Donald Trump seems to have decided that updated-for-the-Internet tabloid war politics, sufficient in the primaries, aren’t enough for the general election. Let’s see if he sticks to it.
The latest polls on Brexit continue to show a very tight race.
It’s anyone’s guess how things will go in Thursday’s referendum on British membership in the European Union, also known as “Brexit.” But win or lose, the fight over Brexit is symptomatic of a much larger crisis facing out-of-touch elites on both sides of the Atlantic.
Hillary Clinton’s invocation of the Orlando victims’ names is grotesque because the gun-control measures she is using them to tout would not have prevented their murders.
A majority of Brits recently told Pew pollsters some of EU’s powers should be returned to national governments.
AEI President Arthur Brooks and New York Times columnist Gail Collins debate ideas to lift vulnerable Americans out of poverty. They disagree on the specifics, but seem to agree on one maxim: human dignity, not political victory, must be the chief aim of public policy.