"One thing I've learned is that we get so much negative information from the media, especially now with the internet. Working on board the trains, you actually see that mankind is still nice." -David Pryor, a conductor at Amtrak, talks about why his job on the train makes him optimistic about American society.
When it comes to K-12 education, possibly the most important question for any incoming Republican president is, “Are you hoping to advance particular programs or a steady, coherent conservative philosophy?”
Live now- While many economists argue that immigrants fill necessary jobs that native workers are less likely to take, George J. Borjas, a Cuban-American Harvard labor economist, argues that this misses the full picture.
During this AEI event, Representative Bill Flores (R-TX), who has chaired the Republican Study Committee during the 114th Congress, and Representative Mark Walker (R-NC), incoming RSC chairman for the 115th Congress, will share their thoughts on the future of the conservative movement.
As part of AEI Grand Opening Week, Professors Robert George and Cornel West of Princeton University took to the stage in a thrilling, exacting, and soulful discussion of the health of liberal arts in America.
Starting soon: Join us as AEI experts with a broad spectrum of policy expertise outline the most pressing domestic, economic, and foreign policy challenges facing our country and put forward a series of corresponding policy proposals.
To bring some economic reality into the national discussion on the #Fightfor15, the Employment Policies Institute released four new mini-documentaries today featuring victims of dramatic minimum wage increases.
While they are on opposite ends of the political spectrum, Princeton Professors Robert George and Cornel West have spent the past several years teaching and lecturing together to accomplish a common goal: the provision of a true liberal arts education to their students.