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MTP Panelist Suggests 15M Losing Insurance 'Might Have Been Forced To Buy It'

Danielle Pletka reminds me of your friend's dad's crazy second wife that he met at the country club. She enjoys tennis, jewelry, and firing housekeepers. Say what you will, Danielle Pletka's job at the American Enterprise Institute,Show More Summary

Why USS Enterprise Is The Best U.S. Navy Ship Ever

Robert Farley Security, Americas A warship like no other. In May 1938, the U.S. Navy commissioned the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise, the seventh ship to bear the name in American service. The second of three sisters, Enterprise made a central—perhaps the central—contribution to the war effort in 1942. Show More Summary

Trump to tighten Cuba travel rules, restrict business deals with military: draft memo

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Friday will tighten rules on Americans traveling to Cuba and will restrict U.S. companies from doing business with Cuban enterprises controlled by the military, according to U.S. officials who have seen a draft presidential memorandum.

Mugging Mr. Murray: Murray speaks

(Scott Johnson) American Enterprise Institute fellow Charles Murray must rank among our most prominent living social scientists. At a May 17 hearing of the Joint Economic Committee convened by Senator and JEC vice chairman Mike Lee,Show More Summary

Kony Named a Leader in New IDC MarketScape for Mobile Banking

PRESS RELEASE: Kony, Inc., the leading enterprise mobility and applications company, today announced it has been named a "Leader" in the IDC MarketScape: 2017 North American Mobile Banking and Payments report. Kony was recognized as a leader...

Bipartisan Think Tanks Agree: Time is Now for Paid Parental Family Leave

Today, a bipartisan group of experts from the American Enterprise Institute and Brookings Institute (AEI-BI) announced that paid leave for American workers was an “issue whose time has come.” This consensus statement is from their report, “A new vision for paid family leave,” which wastes no time in noting that the U.S. Show More Summary

Hewlett Packard CEO Whitman: ‘One of the Largest Transformations in American Business History’

Meg Whitman, CEO of Heweltt Packard Enterprise, said investors should realize some temporary pressure on margins is not as important as the giant "transformation" she has engineered with the split of HP in two, and the spin-merger of two business units in the past year.

Why an Alabama Town Has a Monument Honoring the Most Destructive Pest in American History

The boll weevil decimated the South's cotton industry, but the city of Enterprise found prosperity instead

Actually Retirement Security is not Looking So Good

Andrew Biggs, an economist at the American Enterprise Institute, had a piece in the Hill telling readers that the private 401(k) system is doing just great, while public pension plans and Social Security are in big trouble. The story...Show More Summary

Mugging Mr. Murray

(Scott Johnson) American Enterprise Institute fellow Charles Murray must rank among our most prominent living social scientists. At a hearing of the Joint Economic Committee convened by Senator and JEC vice chairman Mike Lee last week,...Show More Summary

Hewlett Packard Enterprise has frustrated its sales people with issues over their pay ... again (HPE)

On April 27, Hewlett Packard Enterprise held an all-hands meeting for the thousands of people in its North American salesforce and apologized to them. The company's internal software, which tracks how much each person has sold and their...Show More Summary

Correcting the Record on AEI

Mark Epstein, reviewing a book for NRO, repeats a mistake that hits close to home. In passing he refers to a conference of the American Enterprise Institute. I’m a fellow there and attended the conference. Relying on an article in Fortune,...Show More Summary

Marc Thiessen IDs Seven Times the Press Published Damaging Obama-Era Intel

In a Tuesday post at the American Enterprise Institute's "AEI Ideas" blog, Marc Thiessen called out "The media hypocrisy over Trump’s intelligence leak." While acknowledging that the Trump-related leak, if true (very big if), would be...Show More Summary

It Might Be Hard To Imagine, But Flying Could Soon Get Even More Frustrating

Nearly everyone agrees that air travel is an uncomfortable and annoying experience, yet opinions differ on how to fix it. Commercial airlines like United and Southwest and conservative think tanks like the American Enterprise Institute...Show More Summary

It Might Be Hard To Imagine, But Flying Could Soon Get Even More Frustrating

Nearly everyone agrees that air travel is an uncomfortable and annoying experience, yet opinions differ on how to fix it. Commercial airlines like United and Southwest and conservative think tanks like the American Enterprise Institute...Show More Summary

American Values, Manufacturing Have a Place in Cuba

Manufacturers in the United States produce great products desired across the globe each and every day. But our single greatest export remains America’s values – values which include free enterprise,...

More Fake Facts About CEO Pay from the American Enterprise Institute

More Fake Facts About CEO Pay from the American Enterprise Institute AFL-CIO The right-wingers at the American Enterprise Institute just can’t seem to accept the fact that runaway CEO pay is increasing inequality. Their latest solution...Show More Summary

Americans Are Sliding into Tribalism

Americans have always had plenty of disagreements among themselves, but of late we’re seeing the ugly phenomenon of tribalism. If you’re in the wrong tribe (e.g., a believer in free enterprise and private property), you are so utterly evil to someone in the Social Justice Warrior tribe that all civility must be discarded. Show More Summary

Nonsense Protest of the Day: Net Neutrality!

Okay, agitators, time to come out of your parent’s basement, grab a starbucks half-caf soy latte and head on down to the American Enterprise Institute to let FCC Chairman Ajit Pai know that you will not tolerate his attempts to freeShow More Summary

Lirette & Viard:State Taxes, State Subsidies, And Trade Neutrality

Ryan Lirette & Alan D. Viard (American Enterprise Institute), Putting the Commerce Back in the Dormant Commerce Clause: State Taxes, State Subsidies, and Commerce Neutrality, 24 J.L. & Pol’y 467 (2016): The unpredictability of the Supreme Court’s dormant Commerce Clause (“DCC”) jurisprudence continues to draw trenchant criticism from commentators and...

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