Charles Murray sits down with AEI’s Jonah Goldberg to discuss the future of the American project and his provocative new book, “By the People: Rebuilding Liberty Without Permission.”
A panel of six leading conservative voices discuss “The Dadly Virtues,” a collection of essays on fatherhood and a hilarious rallying cry in defense of dads everywhere.
Former White House Press Secretaries Dana Perino and Mike McCurry sit down to discuss Perino’s new book about her journey to the White House and beyond.
This year marks the 45th anniversary of Earth Day, and polls show that Americans are sympathetic to efforts to protect the environment.
Maybe it’s worth taking an unpleasantly long time to choose the person to fill an office whose dimensions were designed for George Washington.
Clinton’s support for the war underscores a real vulnerability. Unlike her probable opponents, she’s truly a creature of yesterday’s battles.
The Clintons’ games highlight how the tax fails at its aims of preventing the inheritance of wealth and privilege. Instead, the tax forces the wealthy to play games to pass on their wealth. These games don’t add to the economy, they just enrich the estate-planning industry.
After only a few days of campaigning, the credibility of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign is being questioned. The critique comes after her claim that all of her grandparents had immigrated to the U.S., a statement that was investigated and declared false.
Hillary Clinton may still be elected president. But she seems out of sync with her party and out of sync with the times.
Critically, Marco Rubio’s proposal recognizes that the U.S. needs faster economic growth. His competitors might want to try the same strategy and reject the economic nostalgia and wishful thinking that’s infected much of today’s GOP policy debate.
Hillary doesn’t just fall short of the Left’s ideals — it is that these shortcomings are precisely what make her the frontrunner. She is on the path to the nomination because of her prowess in fundraising, her proximity to power and the support she enjoys from lobbyists.
Enthusiasm for Clinton’s candidacy is more asserted than obvious. That’s why the smartest thing about Clinton’s announcement wasn’t the testimonials from “everyday Americans.” It was that there was so little Hillary Clinton in it.