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.
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.
What will the top economic issue be in Campaign 2016?
All this tortured diction about Islamic terrorism is pointless. We’re at war with people who believe that Islam justifies mass murder.
Each of our two (by world standards) ancient political parties seems to be facing a gathering storm.
Fifty-eight percent of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents say the more they hear about Jeb Bush, the less they like him.
If writing is in the end about “being who you are,” Peggy Noonan’d rather write who she is and let people read the next week’s column instead.
AEI public opinion expert Karlyn Bowman, along with Heather Sims and Eleanor O’Neill, examine attitudes on ISIS, terrorism, and national security.
Don’t count the Tea Party out yet.
What really made Obama angry at the press conference in Antalya, Turkey were reporters’ repeated questions about the minimal success of his strategy against the Islamic State and Republicans’ proposals for more active engagement in Syria and Iraq.