In this policy paper, the author notes that in the last half-century, U.S. government backing for the housing finance market has consistently produced cycles of boom and bust.
In this post that appeared in The American, Blake Hurst writes that nothing is more important in agriculture than place. But that may soon change.
In this policy study, Richard Geddes writes that the United States faces major challenges related to the funding of transportation infrastructure, such as roads, bridges, and tunnels.
In this article that appeared in the American, Lee Harris notes that Obamacare is simply old-fashioned social engineering dressed in trendy new clothing — and as such, it is des
In this education outlook for AEI, the authors write that over the past two decades, US presidents, governors, CEOs, and journalists have trumpeted technology’s power to transform schools.
In this post at AEI on the freedom and innovation of the internet (that was also posted at the The Wall
In this article, Jon Entine accounts for a rancorous debate going on in Hilo over genetically altered fruit. He writes that,
This article that also appeared at National Review Online, Michael Auslin asserts that Chicago
In this policy study, the authors note that immigration reform is back on the agenda in Washington, and one of the most disputed questions, this year as in past immigration debates, is whether the