The facts don't support claims by the American Enterprise Institute's Robert Doar that TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) is a success so we should continue and even strengthen its "work-first" approach -- which requiresShow More Summary
VW, another corporate enterprise with no heart. In Indian thought there are seven energy centers in the human body, called chakras. Considering this as a valid depiction, it can be said VW only exists at the level of the first threeShow More Summary
Though they perhaps started out as strangers in a strange land, both Ladies of London Marissa Hermer and Julie Montagu are taking the bull by the horns and launching their own business enterprises in England. Marissa has been in business with her husband running Bumpkin, a successful restaurant with three locations, but wants a restaurant... Show More Summary
Australian tech company Atlassian, which makes the popular JIRA helpdesk service and HipChat enterprise chat app, is planning an American IPO by the end of the year, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. Last year, a report...Show More Summary
Sort of a step down from Congress-- Netanyahu is coming as a hero to Washington again, speaking to the neoconservative American Enterprise Institute in November
(Scott Johnson) I want to share this announcement from the American Enterprise Institute: American Enterprise Institute president Arthur C. Brooks announced today that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will receive the 2015 Irving Kristol Award on November 9, 2015, in Washington, DC. Show More Summary
The American Enterprise Institute is very pleased to award the 2015 Irving Kristol Award to Benjamin Netanyahu. American Enterprise Institute (AEI) president Arthur C. Brooks announced today that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will receive the 2015 Irving Kristol Award on November 9, 2015, in Washington, DC. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 18: Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt speaks at the American Enterprise Institute March 18, 2015 in Washington, DC. Schmidt took part in a discussion on 'The Disrupters: Technology and the Case for Optimism.' (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images) In an op-ed with the BBC published just a [...]
Dick Cheney has done it again! This time he’s lying regarding the Iran Deal. He spoke at the American Enterprise Institute on Tuesday to warn against what he sees as a nuclear threat on US soil.
(Scott Johnson) Vice President Cheney spoke at the American Enterprise Institute on the Iran deal yesterday. AEI has posted the video along with a brief summary here; I have posted the video below. The speech is about 35 minutes long followed by 10 minutes of questions and answers. Show More Summary
Former US vice president Dick Cheney on Tuesday blasted the Iran nuclear deal as “madness” and said it marked a “capitulation” by world powers. Speaking at the American Enterprise Institute conservative think tank in Washington, Cheney said the deal will see the...
The former veep's bloviating at the American Enterprise Institute today was hypocritical baloney. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
A protester interrupted former Vice President Dick Cheney during a speech at the American Enterprise Institute where he was criticizing the Iran nuclear deal. The protester shouted at Cheney – calling him a war criminal while holding a sign – as security and audience members attempted to pull the woman away. Show More Summary
There is a lot that was strange about former Vice President Dick Cheney’s anti–Iran deal speech at the American Enterprise Institute on Tuesday morning. First, the deal is essentially done in Congress. Last week, President Obama secured the final Senate vote needed to sustain his veto of congressional disapproval when Maryland Sen. Show More Summary
The former vice president, speaking at the American Enterprise Institute and trying to rally opposition to the accord, called the agreement “capitulation.”
Today at the American Enterprise Institute former vice president Dick Cheney will address the Iran deal, kicking off a week that is likely to include votes in the Senate and/or the House. Cheney’s position comes as no surprise. In remarks prepared for delivery, he says: Approval of this agreement will not prevent a nuclear-armed Iran. […]
On Sept. 8, Dick Cheney will deliver an address at the American Enterprise Institute in the hopes of torpedoing the Iranian nuclear agreement. As his Wall Street Journal op-ed this week suggests, Cheney will argue that "the U.S. Congress...Show More Summary
Dr. Charles Murray of the American Enterprise Institute is one of the most popular of public intellectuals among libertarians today. Furthermore, he is one of the more popular guests I have on my program. He never disappoints as he brings unique perspectives to every public policy and even political discussion. Show More Summary
Next Tuesday, September 8th, former Vice President Dick Cheney will give a speech at the American Enterprise Institute on the Iran deal and its implications for U.S. security. Click here to find AEI’s page for the speech. From that page you can livestream the speech. Show More Summary
Darren Rovell, a commemorative gift plate from the American Enterprise Institute that somehow talks and writes and uses social media, went there just now on Twitter, and it’s a sight to behold—a service to the nation, in its way. While...Show More Summary