Virtual tourism is a little heavy in 2018. Sure, you’ve seen the Minecraft Eiffel Tower and beamed aboard the Minecraft USS Enterprise, but have you considered where you might wait out the end of days? Well, not you exactly, but people more important than you. Show More Summary
Later today, a conference on “Democracy in Crisis” will be held by the American Enterprise Institute jointly with Freedom House and the Center for American Progress at which Senator Ben Sasse will deliver the keynote address. It’s an...Show More Summary
Here in the land of technology leadership and free-market enterprise, American regulation has more than doubled the cost of solar. The regulation comes in three un-American guises: permitting, code and tariffs — and together they are killing the U.S. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) Yesterday Charles Murray celebrated his 75th birthday and retired as the American Enterprise Institute’s W. H. Brady Scholar. AEI celebrated his career with an event at which Murray he looked back at his life and thought...Show More Summary
Scientists and the nation's scientific enterprise remain largely invisible to the public, according to national public opinion surveys commissioned by Research!America in 2017. Yet public perception of science is positive with a majority (67%) in agreement that public policies should be based on the best available science.
(Research!America) Scientists and the nation's scientific enterprise remain largely invisible to the public, according to national public opinion surveys commissioned by Research!America in 2017. Yet public perception of science is positive with a majority (67%) in agreement that public policies should be based on the best available science.
Whether you’ve been debating global expansion for an existing enterprise or are ready to invest in a brand-new startup, there are several reasons Singapore has become an attractive location for American entrepreneurs. According to Fortune,...Show More Summary
A billionaire businessman for president? What could go wrong? Plenty, according to former Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean, who says President Donald Trump is using his office not to benefit the American people, but to personally enrich himself as part of a “criminal...
The roughly two-year-old American Express Plenti points program is having plenty of difficulties. They recently lost AT&T as a partner and are losing lots of additional partners including Nationwide, Direct Energy, Enterprise, National, Alamo, Hulu, and the Local Dining program effective on December 31, 2017. Show More Summary
Your Jewish, African-American, Hispanic-American, and Asian American brothers and sisters do not need to hear this, so I address myself to you. You and your predecessors have been the backbone of America’s Republican Parry since the Great Depression. Show More Summary
I see that I got cited at the top of a NYT column this week. Desmond Lachman, an economist at the American Enterprise Institute (who I know and respect) had a column warning about the rise of bubbles around the world and the risk ofShow More Summary
Silicon Valley startup Menlo Security announced today raised $40 million in Series C funding to expand its anti-malware tools for the enterprise. The funding round included participation by new investors American Express Ventures, Ericsson...Show More Summary
Authored by Richard Ebeling via The Mises Institute, This time of the year, whether in good economic times or bad, is when Americans gather with their families and friends and enjoy a Thanksgiving meal together. It marks a remembrance...Show More Summary
Michael Strain of the American Enterprise Institute argues that the House tax bill provision to tax profits earned from investing endowments is a bad idea. He writes: Their tax proposal seeks to subject private universities with endowments of more than $250,000 per full-time student to a 1.4 percent excise tax on their net investment income. There are […]
What challenges does secularism pose to people of faith? This was the topic of the inaugural event of Baylor University’s Robert P. George initiative, supported by the Witherspoon Institute and the American Enterprise Institute’s Values...Show More Summary
Alan D. Viard (American Enterprise Institute) presents Taxes, Transfers, Progressivity, And Redistribution, Part 1, 140 Tax Notes 1437 (Sept. 5, 2016) and Part 2, 140 Tax Notes 1879 (Sept. 26, 2017) (with Sita N. Slavov (George Mason)), at Pennsylvania today as part of its Tax Policy Workshop Series hosted by...
American pop star and entrepreneur will.i.am’s tech startup i.am+ is getting into the enterprise computing game with the creation of a new artificial intelligence-based voice assistant designed to power customer service chatbots. The...Show More Summary
Christina Hoff Sommers, a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, long argued that the Obama model didn’t work. Here’s her take on what the changes mean.
In a speech receiving the Irving Kristol Award from the American Enterprise Institute, Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, the former chief rabbi of Britain, had some wise words on the state of politics in the West, and specifically in the United States. He warned that we’ve come to “indulge in magical thinking. So you get the far […]
Moments after news broke of the horrific attack in New York City that has claimed that lives of 8 innocent people and injured many more, Danielle Pletka of the American Enterprise Institute, a Koch funded, right wing think tank thatShow More Summary