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Populism: How should economic policy respond? | IN 60 SECONDS

In this populist moment, conservatives should champion and renew their basic values, principles, and priorities, and the economic policies that flow from them. These commitments advance a particular vision of society in which free markets reward individual initiative, public policy advances opportunity, and energy and dynamism characterize our economic lives. It’s a society that demands personal responsibility, self-reliance, and self-discipline,...

The Christian right in American politics (1994) | THINK TANK

Ben Wattenberg: Hello. I’m Ben Wattenberg. The Christian right has become a powerful force in the Republican Party, sparking a debate over religion and politics. Joining us to sort through the conflict and the consensus are Michael Cromartie of the Ethics & Public Policy Center and editor of the forthcoming book “Disciples in Democracy: Religious Conservatives and the Future of...

Education reform: States vs federal government — interview with Chad Aldeman | VIEWPOINT

Chad: Government can force state and local governments to do things, but they can’t force them to do those things well. Andy: Chad Aldeman, thank you so much for being here with us. Chad: Thank for having me. Andy: Principal at Bellwether Education Partners, we are former colleagues, I hope we’re longtime friends, you can decide after this interview if...

Facebook vs democracy? – Full interview with Cass Sunstein | VIEWPOINT

Cass: You could imagine a company thinking, “Maximizing shareholder value is basically what we want to do, and the best way to do that is to create an information cocoon.” Michael: I’m Michael Barone, resident fellow at American Enterprise Institute, and I’m here today with Prof. Cass Sunstein, University professor at Harvard Law School, formerly professor at the University of...

Jordan Peterson, Christina Hoff Sommers, and Danielle Crittenden (The Femsplainers) | LIVE STREAM

Danielle: So this is gonna be a live recording. Well, not a live…A recording of our podcast, before a live audience. These are the interns, right, of The American Enterprise Institute? Christina: Interns, and senior staff, and…president… Danielle: We didn’t actually invite them, but they heard you were here, and in their way they just all showed up. Christina: We...