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The Atlantic' s Ornstein: NY Times' Handling Of Clinton Email Story "A Direct Challenge To Its Fundamental Credibility"

American Enterprise Institute scholar and The Atlantic contributing writer Norman Ornstein is strongly criticizing The New York Times' botched story on Hillary Clinton's emails, and its handling of the aftermath. Ornstein writes that "the huge embarrassment over the story... Show More Summary

Al Haymon – devil incarnate or accidental saviour of boxing? | Kevin Mitchell

Reclusive American promoter has enraged some by scooping up top fighters for his Premier Boxing Champions enterprise but fans annoyed by recent pay-per-view fare are delighted If you thought Jeremy Corbyn divided opinion, take a look at Al Haymon, boxing’s most famous mystery man. Show More Summary

Conservatives and the Conceit of Happiness

Steve M has a worthwhile post up about an NY Times column by Arthur C. Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute. A.C. Brooks thinks we Americans should be more optimistic. In particular we need optimistic leaders, he said, and politicians have to choose whether they will project optimism (good) or pessimism (bad). While the […]

Teachable moment on union politics

The Press Enterprise A petition on Change.org urges the American Federation of Teachers to withdraw its recent endorsement of Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination. The online petition recently boasted more than 4,500 signatures; most by members of the teachers’ union who complain they had no say in the matter.

Gawker Do You Live in a “Bitch” or a “Fuck” State?

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Arthur Brooks interview (Part 2)

American Enterprise Institute president Arthur Brooks has a new book, “The Conservative Heart: How to Build a Fairer, Happier, and More Prosperous America.” Below is the continuation of my interview with him. (Part 1 can be found here): Your seven habits of highly effective conservatives seem like they’d be effective for promoting any popular agenda or movement. […]

Taking Heart

In our latest Need to Know, Mona and I have a guest, Arthur Brooks, who heads the American Enterprise Institute. He is a scholar and a musician. And a gentleman. He is the author of the newly released The Conservative Heart: How to Build a Fairer, Happier, and More Prosperous America. Show More Summary

Insomniacs May Actually Be Sleeping, They Just Don't Know It

Studying sleep is a notoriously difficult enterprise. Just determining how much the average American sleeps is little more than a recreational errand, as Van Winkle’s reported in June. Whether it’s a survey about sleeping habits or sexual activity, self-reporting leaves data open to misreporting, exaggeration and maybe outright lying. Show More Summary

ARTHUR BROOKS’ CAMPAIGN BIBLE: Roger Simon reviews The Conservative Heart: How To Build a Fairer, …

ARTHUR BROOKS’ CAMPAIGN BIBLE: Roger Simon reviews The Conservative Heart: How To Build a Fairer, Happier, and More Prosperous America, the new book by Arthur C. Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, and describes it as “terrific and upbeat read in dark times.  Campaign managers and advisers to the umpteen Republican presidential contenders would […]

Arthur Brooks tell us the key to conservatives’ success

Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, is arguably the most important conservative voice of his time. Under his leadership, AEI has become the most influential conservative think tank. His sponsorship of the reform conservative movement has changed the discussion in the GOP and influenced a flock of presidential candidates. Now he has a […]

Are American "Investors" Killing Their Golden Geese?

Remember when American enterprise was the best the world? Sadly, that is changing. A little over a month ago, the venerable DuPont Company surprisingly won an epic battle over Nelson Peltz’s Trian Fund. DuPont, the company that brought...Show More Summary

A Low-Carbon Revolution Can Mean Good Economic Growth

Last month, two democrats, Sens. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) and Brian Schatz (D-HI), unveiled new legislation to address climate change at an event hosted by the American Enterprise Institute. If it becomes a law, the proposed bill will tax fossil fuels, starting at $45 per ton of carbon dioxide and steadily rising each year. Show More Summary

Tragedies (Greek and American)

Mona and I have done a Need to Know podcast, with an apt guest: Desmond Lachman, of the American Enterprise Institute. He is an expert on international finance, and informed to the gills about Greece. He has all the details, but he has...Show More Summary

Pundit’s death marks end of an era for Democrats

Ben Wattenberg died this week at the age of 81. He gave me my first job in Washington, as his research assistant at the American Enterprise Institute, a Washington think

BEN WATTENBERG, RIP: The veteran author, LBJ speechwriter, host of Think Tank for PBS and American E…

BEN WATTENBERG, RIP: The veteran author, LBJ speechwriter, host of Think Tank for PBS and American Enterprise Institute scholar was 81. As Jonah Goldberg (who cut his teeth as Wattenberg’s producer and research assistant in the 1990s writes, “Ben was hard to classify intellectually or ideologically:” Though it was not always as difficult as it […]

Ben Wattenberg, RIP

As Yuval notes below, Ben Wattenberg has passed away. Ben gave me my first job in Washington when he was a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. I worked for and with Ben for much of the 1990s. I was his research assistant  and...Show More Summary

The Long Unwind of Excess Money Demand

Two years ago I was part of a panel discussion on Fed policy at the American Enterprise Institute. I talked about why money still matters as way to make the case that the economy was still being plagued by excess money demand. This problem occurs when desired money holdings exceed actual money holdings. Show More Summary

The most powerful data is the data you already own [study]

Talking about data is all the rage, but small businesses and freelancers often ignore it, as it sounds like an enterprise advantage, but even the smallest companies are sitting on goldmines. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at AGBeat

Map: Where Europe is growing and where it is shrinking

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A lot has been written about Europe's shrinking population. Britain's Telegraph, for instance, once described how demographics show Europe is "slowly dying." Just this year, Arthur C. Brooks, the president of the American Enterprise Institute, predicted a "Europe in decline" because of its low birthrates. Show More Summary

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