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Will Josh McRoberts Break out or Be Exposed in Expanded Miami Heat Role?

Forget Time Warner, Apple and Apogee Enterprises: Buy stock in Josh McRoberts. The former Charlotte Bobcat—themselves now the former Charlotte Bobcats—is poised for a breakout season in the comparatively cozy environs of American Airlines Arena. Show More Summary

Watch: Prager Professor Says Feminists Distort Truth About Women in America

A new video released by Prager University features American Enterprise Institute’s Christina Hoff Sommers telling the truth about feminism and its aim to promote a victim mentality among American women. For years, Sommers has studied...Show More Summary

Lunchtime Must-Read: Reuters: U.S. House Speaker Boehner Bemoans Notion 'I Don't Have to Work'

Reuters: U.S. House Speaker Boehner bemoans notion 'I don't have to work': "Boehner's remarks were in response to a question following a speech... >...he delivered to the conservative-leaning American Enterprise Institute.... Boehner... Show More Summary

Boehner Touts Immigration Reform: 'The Sooner We Do It The Better'

America’s immigration system is a “mess” and reforming it would help the economy, House Speaker John Boehner said Thursday. Speaking at the American Enterprise Institute about “resetting America’s economic foundation” Boehner addressed immigration reform when asked by a member of the audience. Show More Summary

Can Liberal and Conservative Christians Agree on How to Fight Poverty?

The political stalemates between Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill stood in stark contrast to the shared vision on how to address poverty recently expressed by Jim Wallis and Arthur Brooks at an American Enterprise Institute event.

Conservative Institute Releases Video Telling Feminists to Stop Criticizing Video Games - Don't you know games are for boys? So it's okay that they have boy stuff—like misogyny.

2 weeks agoOdd : Geekosystem

You know what the Internet doesn't have enough of? People trying to tell feminists that they're overreacting. Good thing the American Enterprise Institute's Christina Hoff Sommers was on hand to delve into the world of hardcore gaming,...Show More Summary

The Secret to Happiness

Arthur Brooks of the American Enterprise Institute discusses the nature of happiness. Very interesting.

Cheney's Iraq Facts Are Still All Wrong

Former Vice President Dick Cheney's September 10, 2014 speech at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) was particularly bad from both a timing and protocol perspective given that the President was going to lay out his strategy to confront ISIS that same day. Show More Summary

Hathos Alert

Dick Cheney gets a faltering but ultimately decisive standing ovation at the American Enterprise Institute, the key think-tank behind the Iraq War. For them, every war is a reason for another war. But the two and a half decade war in Iraq is their real achievement. And they just managed to extend US involvement there […]

Cheney: Israel, Arabs Allies Think Obama Supports Muslim Brotherhood

Wednesday in a speech at the American Enterprise Institute, former Vice President Dick Cheney said our Israeli and Arabs allies in the Middle East no longer trust the United States and "deeply believe" the "Untied States has been supportive...Show More Summary

Ornstein: When Extremism Goes Mainstream

Norm Ornstein, Congressional scholar at the right-wing think tank American Enterprise Institute, assesses the state of the GOP in The Atlantic. The most interesting, and important, dynamic in American politics today is the existential struggle going on in the Republican Party between the establishment and the insurgents—or to be more accurate, between the hard-line bedrock [...]

Simone Porter, Ludovic Morlot a star combo at Hollywood Bowl

3 weeks agoArts : Culture Monster

In his second program with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl this week, the Seattle Symphony’s enterprising maestro Ludovic Morlot zeroed in on two areas in which he is making his mark there: American and French music of the 20th century. 

Weekly Tax Roundup

Accounting Today, Comedian Chris Tucker Settles IRS Tax Lien American Enterprise Institute, Obama’s Segue From Constructive Tax Proposals to Low-grade Demagoguery, by Michael Barone Bloomberg, Hedge Funds Hunt for Clues in Treasury Tax-Inversion Limit Bloomberg, No Free Lunch for Companies as IRS Weighs Meal Tax Rules Don't Mess With Taxes,...

AT&T rails against municipal broadband, argues that it should be the one getting government handouts

Cities and towns who build their own municipal broadband networks are menaces to capitalism and the American way of life — instead, we should promote free enterprise by funneling taxpayer dollars to private corporations instead. That’s...Show More Summary

Wednesday Morning Splash

4 weeks agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlDC

What’s Heppening — From Anarchy to Augustus: Lessons on Dealing with Disorder from Rome’s First Emperor at the American Enterprise Institute, 9 a.m. — The Golden Hour Launch Party at the Center for Global Development, 5 p.m. The Revolving...Show More Summary

Sponsored post: Telco Cloud North America, 7-8 October 2014, Dallas, TX, USA

last monthTechnology : GigaOM

Where North American carriers, enterprise ICT end users and wider cloud services players meet. Two packed days of advancing current opportunities in cloud provisioning, problem solving and identifying how carriers can offer new solutions...Show More Summary

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.

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