The US Supreme Court is poised to decide a case in the next few days that could reshape the future of unions. Experts are available to discuss the possible implications of the Supreme Court’s decision.
Experts discuss the latest headlines in the United States including President Trump’s pardons, the use of an informant in the FBI’s Russia investigation, the legalization of sports betting, the NFL’s new National Anthem policy, and whether or not Justice Kennedy should retire.
Three possible Democratic hopefuls have proposed job guarantee or full employment policies. AEI scholars have long been skeptical, arguing that there are better ways to help the unemployed.
This week on Banter, Dr. William Galston joins the show to discuss his new book Anti-Pluralism: The Populist Threat to Liberal Democracy.
Understanding the House of Representatives requires knowing the kings of The Hill, the Speakers who changed the institution.
French President Emmanuel Macron addresses a joint session of Congress. AEI’s Marc Thiessen discusses the relationship between President Trump and Macron, as well as the political implications of his visit. Part 1 of 2.
French President Emmanuel Macron addresses a joint session of Congress. Experts discuss the relationship between President Trump and Macron, as well as the political implications of his visit. Part 2 of 2.
Thanks to a bipartisan effort, the world’s largest online child sex bazaar is shuttered, many of its executives are under indictment, and sex trafficking victims can finally get justice in court.
New sanctions on Russian elites and oligarchs are a step in the right direction, but if Congress is serious about countering illicit finance, more comprehensive beneficial ownership legislation is necessary.
At a bipartisan meeting last January, President Trump told lawmakers to consider reintroducing Congressional earmarks. This week, AEI’s Gary Schmitt moderated a panel discussing the idea’s merits and drawbacks.