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Will Buyout Offer for OmniVision Hit Trouble

A Chinese investment group wants OmniVision Technologies (OVTI) and are willing to pay $1.64 billion for the chipmaker. But can they get a deal done? Derek Scissors, the Asian expert at the American Enterprise Institute, opines that any such deal will run into trouble with government officials, namely the Committee on Foreign Investment in the [...]

Video: ‘Arena Combat 1? Highlight Reel Proves That 2-on-2 Obstacle Course Fighting Is Taking America by Storm

Just like American Ninja Warrior is the latest evolution of jogging, so is Arena Combat the latest evolution of fighting. Formerly the Russian enterprise known as Hip Show, the 2-on-2 obstacle-course fight league made its U.S. debut last Saturday in Bristol, Virginia. Show More Summary

4 Reasons Why New Jobs Are Paying Less

Jobs are recovering, but unfortunately wages aren't. As the American Enterprise Institute's James Pethokoukis summarizes: A new study from the US Conference of Mayors and IHS Global Insight gives the discouraging news. In 2008 and 2009 the US economy lost 8.7 million jobs. Show More Summary

AACONS Interviews Michael Rubin and Chloé Valdary

Guests: Michael Rubin of the American Enterprise Institute. amd Chloé Simone Valdary, pro-Israel college activist.

Breitbart Exclusive: Expert Interview: 'We Can Forget About Iraq, but Iraq State Isn't Going to Forget About Us"

Breitbart News had the opportunity to sit down with Michael Rubin, a Foreign Policy scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), to discuss the ongoing turmoil dealing with the Islamic State terror group, Iran’s encroachment, Iraq’s political situation, and the Peshmerga Kurdish fighting force. Show More Summary

Former Pentagon Advisor: Kurdish Fighters ‘Get Winded When They Run To The Nearest Kebab Stand'

A former Pentagon adviser has appeared on BBC News and claimed the once feared Kurdish Peshmerga fighters now get “winded when they run to the nearest Kebab stand”. Michael Rubin from the American Enterprise Institute was explainingShow More Summary

Can charter schools help fix public education?

CHARTER SCHOOL CHAMPION: Rick Hess of the American Enterprise Institute believes charter schools can help improve the quality of public education in the U.S. Photo by Rob Nikolewski. By Rob Nikolewski ? New Mexico Watchdog ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The American education system is under fire for inconsistent — and often lackluster — results. Last December,...

The Financialization Of American Business: How Cheap Debt Fuels The Bubble, Not Growth

Submitted by David Stockman via Contra Corner blog, Monetary central planning is failing to achieve Keynesian “escape velocity” because it has deeply impaired the engines of capitalist enterprise. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the grotesque financialization of American business that has occurred since the 1980s. Show More Summary

Bet your boots

THE merger of Walgreens, an American drugs-store chain, and Alliance Boots, a British pharmacy, was to create “the first global pharmacy-led, health and well-being enterprise,” said Greg Wasson, chief executive of Walgreens. The merged...Show More Summary

A Walmart in North Dakota: Or AEI thinks you're dumber than a bag of hammers

There's a Walmart out there that pays well. But it's not yours. It's hard to think of two things that the right wing loves more than Walmart and oil drilling. So it comes as no surprise that the American Enterprise Institute, one ofShow More Summary

Paul Ryan Refuses to Talk About the Cost of His Anti-Poverty Plan

Last week, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) released a detailed anti-poverty proposal in a speech at the American Enterprise Institute. One of Ryan's top prescriptions seems to have been influenced by his previous career as a personal trainer. Show More Summary

NOM to show rest of world its impressive ability to exacerbate loss

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Good As You

Back in the spring of 2013, I first told you about the National Organization For Marriage's burgeoning plans to start a global version of their failed American enterprise, which they are planning to called the International Organization For Marriage. Earlier...

Paul Ryan's Anti-Poverty Plan Would Cost Billions to Implement. Will GOPers Go for That?

When Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) laid out a new set of proposals to revamp the federal safety net during a speech on Thursday at the American Enterprise Institute, central to his vision was the idea of consolidating federal programs to create...Show More Summary

What Paul Ryan still misses in his new, more serious poverty plan

To his credit, Paul Ryan did not once invoke "bootstraps." In a speech unveiling his new poverty proposal Thursday morning at the conservative American Enterprise Institute, he did not describe the safety net as a "hammock" a single time. He did not use thinly veiled code words about the "inner city." He did not misleadingly […]

Paul Ryan Unveils 'Opportunity Grants' to Combat Ineffective Federal 'Poverty Management System'

On Thursday, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) pushed for "Opportunity Grants" to streamline funding for welfare and social services to give states more flexibility to combat poverty. Speaking at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) in Washington,...Show More Summary

Hey, Paul Ryan's new poverty plan isn't completely terrible!

Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) unveiled his hot new policy freshness today at the American Enterprise Institute. Given his history of issuing vague, deceptive, and eye-wateringly regressive budget plans, I have to confess that I'm mildly encouraged by this latest one. Show More Summary

Rand Paul’s Summer Reading List Reveals Anti-Israeli Books

HOUSTON, Texas—An analysis of a summer suggested reading list from Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) reveals a series of books with an anti-Israeli slant. The list of books was examined by the American Enterprise Institute’s David Adesnik. “The...Show More Summary

Life's Secret: Love People, Not Pleasure

New York Times op-ed: Love People, Not Pleasure, by Arthur C. Brooks (President, American Enterprise Institute): For decades, psychologists have been compiling a vast literature on the relationships between different aspirations and well-being. Whether they examine young adults or people of all ages, the bulk of the studies point toward...

Links: Play names on Facebook and Google; free marketer goes all Gandhi

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The president of the American Enterprise Institute is sounding like a hippie; Google+ and Facebook both get comfy with personas; and more links on identity, self-presentation and life-hacking.

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