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Weekend Reading: David Frum: Obamacare: The Republican Waterloo

We all remember how seven years ago American Enterprise Institute head Arthur Brooks fired David Frum for saying that Republican root-and-branch opposition to ObamaCare was a mistake. Therefore I take some things in Frum's very good piece today with huge blocks of salt. These include the last paragraph. And I...

One Man’s Vocation

Last week, I was in Washington, sitting at lunch with a colleague of mine. I said I had to scoot off to the American Enterprise Institute to record a podcast with its president, Arthur Brooks. “The most interesting man in Washington,...Show More Summary

Gorka: America First is the ‘Antithesis of the Last Eight Years’

At the National Review Institute’s Ideas Summit, Sebastian Gorka, the deputy assistant to President Donald Trump, sat alongside National Review’s editor-at-large John O’Sullivan and American Enterprise Institute scholar Michael Auslin to discuss the role of the U.S. Show More Summary

President Trump Picks Scott Gottlieb as Next FDA Commissioner

Scott Gottlieb, a practicing physician and resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, is President Donald J. Trump’s pick to be the 23rd commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration. He was FDA’s deputy commissioners for medical and scientific affairs from 2005 to 2007. Dr. Gottlieb is one of the nation’s foremost voices for “changing... Continue Reading

Forbes Posts Show How Scott Gottlieb Might Run The FDA

Donald Trump is likely to soon nominate Scott Gottlieb, a physician and policy expert at the American Enterprise Institute, as the next commissioner at the Food and Drug Administration. Here are some of the best pieces he wrote for Forbes.

The Myth of the “Marketplace of Ideas” on Campus

The latest campus speech controversy erupted last week at Middlebury College, a liberal arts college in Vermont, where protesters shouted down and chased off invited speaker Charles Murray, a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute whom the Southern Poverty Law Center deems a white nationalist. Show More Summary

"But critics said that [Charles] Murray shouldn't be treated simply [as] a person with whom they had differing political views."

"Many noted that he is classified as a white nationalist by the Southern Poverty Law Center, which sums him up this way: 'Charles Murray, a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, has become one of the most influential social scientists...Show More Summary

My interview with conservative thought leader Arthur Brooks of the American Enterprise Institute

Never make your first point about economic efficiency or consumer choice; make it about our ethical responsibilities to live well and avoid causing unnecessary pain to vulnerable creatures, says Arthur Brooks. Photo by iStockphoto On...Show More Summary

Trump's Latest Economics Pick: The Author of One of the Wrongest Books Ever on Investing

Kevin Hassett of the American Enterprise Institute is President Trump’s pick to lead the Council of Economic Advisers, Politico is reporting. Which makes perfect sense. In many ways, Hassett is exactly the sort of person you would imagine filling this post in a Republican administration. Show More Summary

Acorn To Co-Produce BBC Drama ‘Love, Lies & Records’ Starring Ashley Jensen

Acorn Media Enterprises has boarded its latest UK drama series as the North American co-production partner on BBC One’s Love, Lies & Records. The Acorn TV Original is written by Kay Mellor (The Syndicate) and stars Catastrophe and Ugly Betty‘s Ashley Jensen who also led Acorn’s first original series, Agatha Raisin. Show More Summary

Does Government Know Best About Fathers?

The American Enterprise Institute (where I am a visiting fellow) and the Brookings Institute have launched a joint project on paid family leave. The project has got several good people with differing political perspectives thinking about...Show More Summary

Michael Novak RIP

(February 17, 2017 03:27 PM, by David Henderson) Michael Novak, the well-known Catholic theologian at the American Enterprise Institute, died today. I didn't know him well and I didn't know his work well. My late friend Roy Childs, Jr., was somewhat of a fan, if I recall correctly.... (0 COMMENTS)

President Trump: Cutting Red Tape for American Businesses

The American free enterprise system is the greatest engine for economic success in the world, and this week President Donald J. Trump is taking more steps to roll back the burdensome, Obama-era regulations that are crippling our businesses. Today,...Show More Summary

TD banks on the security of the cloud with Office 365

TD Bank Group (TD), a prominent North American financial institution and global Fortune 500 company, acquires the Enterprise Mobility Security Suite and Customer Lockbox to maintain a strong security posture. —Read more from Ron Markezich,...Show More Summary

Kunstler Slams American Schooling's "Epic Failure" Under Federal "Policy Experts"

Submitted by Howard Kunstler via Kunstler.com, By her public utterances, Betsy DeVos seemed spectacularly unqualified to lead the bureaucratic enterprise called the US Department of Education. But you really have to wonder: could she...Show More Summary

Bill Kristol: "Decadent, Lazy, Spoiled, White Working Class" Americans Should Be Replaced By Immigrants

Bill Kristol, founder of the conservative magazine The Weekly Standard, seemingly caught a bad case of foot-in-mouth syndrome yesterday in speaking on a panel for the American Enterprise Institute. Presumably Kristol was responding to...Show More Summary

UC Irvine's 26th Annual Health Care Forecast Conference to Focus on Health Politics and Policies Under a New President

Leading authorities and prominent keynote speakers, including Norm Ornstein, PhD, television news commentator and resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, will share inside-the-beltway insights on the outlook for health care in the nation. Show More Summary

How to Support Survivors Without Selling Them Out

A wave of social-good businesses learns to balance priorities. As the founder of a social enterprise supporting vulnerable women, Michelle Pride sees how enthusiastic American Christians have become about ending trafficking—and unfortunately,...Show More Summary

Audi’s Super Bowl Ad Is Obnoxious Virtue Signaling

I remember almost four years ago, I sat in a panel discussion hosted by the American Enterprise Institute about the gender pay gap. The panel was almost unanimous in saying that when factors, such as education level, specific degreeShow More Summary

Want a more efficient workplace? Look to bots

2 months agoTechnology : Venture Beat

GUEST: Chatbots are invading the business world. Among enterprises, we’re seeing an uptick in their use for customer support automation by the likes of American Express, Royal Dutch Airlines, AT&T, and others across a wide swath of industries. And while customer support is the most obvious use case, bots today are underused as efficiency drivers, and […]

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