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QUESTION ASKED AND ANSWERED: Are 1 in 5 Women Raped at College? [embed width=400]https://www.yout…

QUESTION ASKED AND ANSWERED: Are 1 in 5 Women Raped at College? New video from Prager University hosted by Caroline Kitchens, Senior Research Associate at the American Enterprise Institute. Earlier: College more dangerous than prison for women AND men when it comes to sexual assault, says Obama admin.

The Left Celebrates Earth Day and their Climate Change Falsehoods

Mark Perry from the American Enterprise Institute had a good piece on the series of lies peddled by the Left on climate change. Here are some of them which haven’t come true since the first Earth Day in 1970 (you can read the rest of the 18 lies here): 1. Harvard biologist George Wald estimated […]

Acorn Media Boards ITV Thriller ‘The Level’ As North American Co-Producer

Acorn Media Enterprises, the development division for the Acorn brand of RLJ Entertainment, has partnered with Hillbilly Television and DRG on new ITV drama, The Level. The six-part crime thriller marks a first-of-its-kind deal for Acorn which will be the North American co-producing partner as well as having acquired the UK DVD and secondary rights. Show More Summary

We Need to Quit Trying to Cut Middle-Class Income Taxes

The boffins at the American Enterprise Institute have created an online tool that allows you to investigate the effects of various kinds of tax policy. This sounds like a lot of fun, though I haven't tried it out myself. But Jim Tankersley...Show More Summary

Correcting the Cartoon in Noah’s Post

Noah Smith posted a cartoon about how the minimum wage works. The cartoon came from Mark J. Perry at the American Enterprise Institute. Noah said that it is Econ 101ism and I totally agree. Now the cartoon is obviously a wrong way to look at minimum wage. (I use the word “obviously” to play upon […]

American Enterprise Institute Creates a Fantasy About Runaway CEO Pay

Once again, the right-wing neoconservatives at the American Enterprise Institute have created their alternative version of reality regarding runaway CEO pay levels. AEI claims that the average pay for chief executives was a mere $220,700 in 2015.

'The Young and the Restless' Spoilers: Victoria Lures Michael Back to Newman Enterprises, Sage Stressed Over Adoption

American television soap opera "The Young and the Restless" will be packed with drama and conflict this week. According to Celeb Dirty Laundry, Victoria (Amelia Heinle) will be making a bold move after her encounter with Billy (Jason Thompson). Show More Summary

California Renewables Rush

The California Gold Rush of the mid-19th century put a glitter into the eyes of the most enterprising of Americans -- leading more than 300,000 to abandon farms, fur traps and shops to head West. Transcontinental railways soon bound America. Show More Summary

120 Major CEOs & Business Leaders Urging North Carolina To Repeal Discriminatory Anti-LGBT Law

Today, HRC and Equality NC, the state organization working to secure equal rights and justice for LGBT North Carolinians, announced that executives from Hyatt, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Northrop Grumman, American Apparel, Qualcomm,...Show More Summary

Could There Be A Coup In Turkey?

Submitted by Michael Rubin, orignially published at American Enterprise Institute The situation in Turkey is bad and getting worse. It’s not just the deterioration in security amidst a wave of terrorism. Public debt might be stable,Show More Summary

Native American Enterprises predicts ‘quick resolution’ to FDA’s listeria litigation

Wichita’s Native American Enterprises LLC — the target of a March 21 civil complaint by the U.S. Department of Justice on behalf of the Food and Drug Administration — it telling its side of the story. Doing business as Native American Foods, the Kansas company issued a statement Friday saying “unequivocally that no product contaminated... Continue Reading

Here's Who Went To A Top-Secret Meeting Of America's Most Powerful People

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WASHINGTON -- There's one big rule for the American Enterprise Institute's annual World Forum: Don't talk about the World Forum. The whole meeting is formally off the record, including who shows up and what they talk about (cough Donald...Show More Summary

Magical Thinking: Sanders, Clinton, and the Federal Reserve Board

Arthur Brooks, the President of the American Enterprise Institute and a regular New York Times columnist told readers that he doesn't have access to the Internet. This admission came in the context of a published exchange with Gail Collins,...Show More Summary

Feds seek closure of school, military supplier after Listeria tests

A federal civil complaint filed Monday seeks to immediately stop Native American Enterprises LLC from distributing adulterated food, following positive results on Listeria tests and repeated warnings from federal officials. The Wichita-based...Show More Summary

Mystery Billionaire Members Of "Stop Trump" Campaign Revealed

Earlier this month in “GOP Leaders, Tech Execs Plot Against Trump At Secret NeoCon Island Meeting,” we discussed the American Enterprise Institute’s annual World Forum, an event held on Sea Island, Georgia. It’s a notoriously secretive affair and is off limits to the press. Show More Summary

Watch: Arthur Brooks' Ted Talk Makes the Moral Case for Capitalism

The American Enterprise Institute's Arthur Brooks is one of conservatism's smartest and most effective ambassadors. Hailing from a progressive...

John Kasich’s Pyrrhic Victory in Ohio

By Matt A. Mayer, President of Opportunity Ohio and a Visiting Fellow with the American Enterprise Institute. With the passing of Super Tuesday II, Ohio Governor John Kasich finally notched his first victory in thirty tries by winning his home state of Ohio. Show More Summary

What Are Social Enterprises Doing to Address Racism in America?

Racism is a topic on every American's mind these days. Sparked by what seems to be a resurgence of racism throughout the country, there has been a spotlight placed on presidential hopefuls, governors and police chiefs to ask -- whatShow More Summary

Report: March Madness Apps May Create BYOD Risk for Enterprises

As American employees succumb to the frenzy of NCAA Basketball March Madness — the growing … The post Report: March Madness Apps May Create BYOD Risk for Enterprises appeared first on Mobile Marketing Watch.

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