Join AEI for a look back on the GOP’s compassionate conservatism movement and whether the spirit of compassionate conservatism can return.
Our fellow Americans who disagree with us are not our enemies. They are our fellow Americans who differ with us. And we should not put up with politicians, on the left or right, who can’t seem to understand this.
A philosophy of human dignity and human potential applies to more than just the world of public policy. Arthur Brooks discusses the importance of serving others and finding meaning in our work in a guest appearance on the a16z Podcast.
The similarities between the Italian political scientist Fr. Luigi Sturzo and Mrs Margaret Thatcher’s streams of thought may seem bizarre, yet demonstrate how ideas are shared and have little boundaries.
Congress approved a moratorium on earmarks in 2010 in face of accusations of wasteful spending and transactional politics powerfully invoked by the controversy over the “bridge to nowhere.” Now, congressional reformers are suggesting the absence of earmarks contributes to congressional deadlock. Should earmarks be reintroduced?
America’s veterans face two significant challenges in their post-service transition—procuring employment and accessing the education or training associated with particular civilian occupations.
When I arrived at Lewis & Clark Law School to give a talk, a security officer asked if I had a gun. She’d heard rumors on social media. I didn’t, but my friend Andy Ngo, a Portland State grad student, was armed with an iPhone.
Tully Friedman and Daniel D’Aniello, co-chairs of AEI’s Board of Trustees, announced that Arthur C. Brooks intends to step down as president in the summer of 2019, after a decade of distinguished service.
I am in my 10th year as president of the American Enterprise Institute. This week I asked AEI’s board of trustees to begin, over the coming year, a search for my successor.
The business world has the deepest concentration of people with the talent and experience of having had to manage divergent factors and trade-offs — desirable traits for managing the White House and effecting real policy change.
It is simply intolerable that so many joyous lives are being snuffed out.
This week on Banter, whistling champion and Managing Director and Director of Global Communications at the Carlyle Group Chris Ullman joined the show to discuss his new book, “Find Your Whistle: Simple Gifts Touch Hearts and Change Lives” as well as his career trajectory in Washington, DC.