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Adanna Duru, Eliminated From American Idol, Thanks The Voice

Adanna Duru was one of two contestants voted off American Idol by the viewers of the reality singing competition show, The Press Enterprise reported today. Duru, a student at the University of California, Riverside and Maddie Walker received the lowest votes of all the contestants on American Idol. Show More Summary

Putting People to Work Is a Good Thing -- And a Good Investment

George R. Roberts, the co-founder of investment firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co., recently wrote a piece in The Wall Street Journal about how social enterprise business entities are putting millions of Americans back to work. Those...Show More Summary

Gotham Casts ‘Newsroom’ Actor Chris Chalk as Lucius Fox

Finally, a spot of good news for the most villain-packed fictional city in American history. Wayne Enterprises tech expert Lucius Fox is set to debut on Fox’s Gotham late this season, played by The Newsroom actor Chris Chalk. More on...Show More Summary

Americans Officially Spend More at Restaurants Than Grocery Stores

Over $50 billion was spent at restaurants in January 2015. Americans are spending an increasing amount of money at restaurants. According to data gathered by the American Enterprise Institute, Americans typically spent more on groceries than dining out, but that is set to change in 2015. Show More Summary

Hernando De Soto Revolutionized The World's Thinking On Poverty

``Nicholas Eberstadt, an American Enterprise Institute expert on economic development, lauds de Soto for demonstrating how property rights -- often disparaged by left-leaning intellectuals as an instrument of the privileged -- help the...Show More Summary

Obamacare case began when conservative lawyer saw possible flaw in law

3 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

The case that comes before the Supreme Court on Wednesday with the potential to unravel President Obama's landmark healthcare law began in a conference room at the American Enterprise Institute, a few blocks from the White House and the K Street corridor.

Chilling comment on Adam Liptak's NYT piece on the South Carolina employment benefits lawyer who focused attention the statutory text that might wreck Obamacare.

Liptak's article about Thomas M. Christina is titled "Lawyer Put Health Act in Peril by Pointing Out 4 Little Words": “I noticed something peculiar about the tax credit,” he told a gathering of strategists at the American Enterprise Institute.... Show More Summary

These Red States Say They Knew Obamacare Subsidies Were Conditional—They're Full of It

When conservatives gathered at the American Enterprise Institute in late 2010 to devise legal strategies for destroying the Affordable Care Act, they found a weapon in the phrase

August Washington Post Columnist Would Like A Little Fcking Decorum Please

Your Wonkette was just looking at the Facebook, like we do, and we saw an article our friend had posted, written by some dork named Michael R. Strain, who is a “resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.” Already, we knew we were in for excessive vapidity, masquerading as Important Letters. Show More Summary

Thompson: Russo's Disheartening "Eight Lessons for Funders and Grantees"

Almost every paper presented at the American Enterprise Institute’s conference, Is the ‘New’ Education Philanthropy Good for Schools?, made me somewhat more hopeful that the Gates Foundation, at least, will learn and back off from insisting that stakes be attached to standardized tests, and start down more promising policy paths. Show More Summary

US oil production is still going through the roof (USO, OIL)

US oil production is still surging. The boom in US shale oil production is one single factors that's been most responsible for the collapse of oil prices since mid-2014. And via Mark Perry at the American Enterprise Institute, oil production in January was at the highest monthly level since October 1973 – 41 years ago. Show More Summary

AEI Scholar: End Obamacare, and if People Die, So What?

Rarely will you see the inhuman heartlessness of the conservative viewpoint so well expressed as in this freakishly horrible piece by American Enterprise Institute "scholar" Michael Strain: End Obamacare, and People Could Die. That's Okay. It's difficult to know where to start with a morally perverted piece like this. His point...

Actual op-ed headline: 'End Obamacare, and people could die. That's okay.'

2 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Not according to Michael R. Strain. Making the case that it's okay if repealing Obamacare kills people appears to be the new front in pro-repeal arguments. The American Enterprise Institute's Michael R. Strain takes that one to the op-ed...Show More Summary

Gasoline is now cheaper than sparkling water in U.S.

Gasoline is cheap. So cheap that a gallon of gas costs 89 cents less than a gallon of sparkling water, and more than $1 less than a gallon of Pepsi, according to economist Mark Perry with the American Enterprise Institute. “When gasoline is the cheapest liquid you buy (except maybe for some bottled water),” Perry […]

Budget Snapshot: Average Annual Defense Spending by Administration

Christopher A. Preble In a speech at the American Enterprise Institute yesterday, House Armed Services Committee Chairman Mac Thornberry lamented the effects of the Budget Control Act’s spending caps: “the plummeting readiness levels,...Show More Summary

Hunter Newby, Amerimar launch new carrier hotel provider Netrality Properties

Hunter Newby and Amerirmar Enterprises have advanced their position in the colocation and carrier hotel market by forming Netrality Properties, a company that owns and operates carrier hotels in the North American market.

Hibernia wraps North American network expansion, adds six new routes

Hibernia Networks is now ready to offer its growing base of enterprise and carrier customers service on six new long haul fiber routes located in the Northeast region of the United States.

This picture should alarm minimum-wage proponents

By James Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute I recently pointed to a new NBER working paper from Jeffrey Clemens and Michael Wither of the University of California, San Diego, that suggests the 30% increase in the average effective...Show More Summary

DeBlasio blows it on poverty also

In case you thought New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio’s worst misstep was his dealings with the police (starting with his opposition to stop and frisk), consider what he has done to welfare. Robert Doar of the American Enterprise Institute and Fried Siegel of the Manhattan Institute explain: “From 1994–2009, work rates for single mothers rose […]

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