Please join AEI for the seventh annual Walter Berns Constitution Day Lecture, as Diana J. Schaub, professor of political science at Loyola University Maryland and visiting professor at Harvard University, traces how and why American statesmen from George Washington to Lincoln deliberated about the intersection of science with moral and political questions.
Too many priests and bishops aren’t treating the Catholic Church’s abuse scandal with the gravity it deserves.
An aggressive prosecutorial attitude will be needed to cut through the culture of clericalism that acts as a cancer in the Church and to get to the bottom of the McCarrick affair and everything that it touches.
Is there a crisis of viewpoint diversity on America’s college campuses? Episode 6 of The Arthur Brooks Show examines the evidence and explains why a true competition of ideas in academia is so important.
Review of ‘Our Towns’ By James Fallows and Deborah Fallows
President Trump’s failure to condemn the alt-right has also prevented him from expanding his support beyond his core supporters. He would gain far more supporters by rejecting alt-right bigots than he would lose.
In the sequel to ‘I Don’t Know How She Does It,’ teens and tech collide.
When AEI’s home, originally known as the McCormick Apartment Building, was built in 1915, it was “the finest apartment building in the city” according to James Goode’s Best Addresses.
Although the Trump administration has touted a booming economy, Republicans may be more likely to believe the US is experiencing strong economic growth. Experts discuss how political views impact people’s perceptions of the economy.
On campuses throughout the country, students and faculty are now routinely denied due-process rights. Hundreds of students, mostly young men, have been subject to kangaroo courts and expelled from school.
In Episode 5 of The Arthur Brooks Show, Arthur talks to John Gottman about how we can keep contempt out of both our personal and national disagreements.