Politics and Public Opinion

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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.

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In 2014, for the first time, more Americans said the Obama administration has made the United States less safe from terrorism than said the administration has made the US safer.

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The April issue of AEI’s Political Report compares public opinion on the George W. Bush and Obama administrations’ handling of terrorism, assesses how much terrorism and ISIS concern Americans, and examines public opinion on taxes.

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The signing of Indiana’s version of the federal Religious Freedom and Restoration Act, or RFRA, by Governor Mike Pence has received considerable media coverage. And though it has been referred to as an “anti-gay bill,” there is little to suggest it has anything to do with sexual orientation at all.

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Hilary Clinton claims the emails that she recently wiped from her computer only contained information regarding her yoga schedule and her daughter’s wedding. Questions are being raised about why the emails were deleted and if Clinton can be trusted after this.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook listens to U.S. President Barack Obama speak at the Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection at Stanford University in Palo Alta, California February 13, 2015. The aim of the summit is to build support for beefing up cyber security laws in the wake of massive hacked at Target, Sony and Anthem.
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Tim Cook, the chief executive officer of Apple, is spreading misinformation about a new religious-freedom law in Indiana.

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Ted Cruz (R-TX) walks to the Senate floor for a vote whether to raise the debt ceiling at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, February 12, 2014.

Those who dismiss Cruz as a “Republican Obama” should not forget what we call Obama today: Mr. President.

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The media’s response to Senator Ted Cruz’s announcement to run for president is discussed.

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Covering a political story today? Here’s the latest from AEI’s political corner experts.

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Former U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton speaks during the "Not There Yet: A Data Driven Analysis of Gender Equality" in New York, March 9, 2015. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

The more Hillary Clinton stumbles, the more electable Elizabeth Warren looks.

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Charles C.W. Cooke tells us where the ideological hybrid “conservatarians” are coming from and why they’re on track to take over the right-over-center movement in America.

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