America has lost a patriot and unwavering defender of the Constitution. At AEI, we have lost a friend and colleague.
Not all presidents get it right.
On the fiftieth anniversary of Wilhelm Röpke’s death, a look at his influence on free-market economies
In the New Hampshire primary exit polls, almost twice as many Republicans as Democrats are optimistic about the future, and half again as many Democrats as Republicans are pessimistic.
Lincoln himself was acutely aware of his position in relation to President Washington.
The fourth installment of AEI’s Philanthropic Freedom Project features Dina Habib Powell of Goldman Sachs, who will discuss the convergence of business and impact in today’s philanthropic landscape.
The Pentagon is launching a pilot program to freeze troops’ sperm or eggs as part of widespread reforms to personnel policies across the force. Defense Secretary Ash Carter says he wants the military to be more family friendly and able to compete for the best talent with private sector employers like those in the world of tech.
Not much research has been done about the role of religion in the lives of minority couples, and sociologists W. Bradford Wilcox of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and the University of Virginia, and Nicholas H. Wolfinger of the University of Utah remedy that gap in their new book, “Soul Mates: Religion, Sex, Love, and Marriage Among African Americans and Latinos,” (Oxford University Press, February 2016).
W. Bradford Wilcox and Nicholas H. Wolfinger draw on national surveys and in-depth interviews to paint a detailed portrait of the largely positive influence churches have on relationships and marriage among African Americans and Latinos — and whites as well.
A Brief History of Seven Killings is an interesting introduction to modern Jamaica as well as an artful novel.
Let’s not fall for Hillary Clinton’s, or anyone else’s, gendered claims to moral authority in leadership.