On Monday, Jonathan Last delivered a Bradley Lecture at the American Enterprise Institute. Last spoke about America's coming demographic disaster, the subject of his new book, What to Expect When No One's Expecting. Watch the entire lecture below:
Buy your copy of What to Expect here.
AEI's podcast with the boss, on Benghazi and his childhood:
With the American economy still struggling to recover and its long-term structural strength in question, policymakers and politicians are focusing on the Federal Reserve.
AEI's Critical Threats program and the Institute for the Study of War have put together an important study on the expanding Haqqani Network, "Afghanistan's most dangerous insurgent organization."
The report finds:
“There are those who say the United States should not be the global policeman. But if not us, who?”
Fred Kagan and the rest of his Critical Threats team at AEI will begin to focus more directly on coming up with a U.S. strategy for Yemen. It will be called the Yemen Strategic Planning Exercise, and here's how Kagan describes the project:
David Brooks and Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin had a great debate at AEI today over the proper size and scope of the federal government. The debate originated with a WSJ op-ed that Ryan and AEI's president, Arthur Brooks, wrote in September. Brooks responded to their argument in one of his NYT columns. Then the two sides agreed to meet and discuss their differences in front of a public audience.
Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin delivered a speech at AEI today on the fight against big government. You can watch the speech below:
As if anyone knows what's really going on.
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Economic growth is the imperative, not budget cuts.
At ‘white privilege’ conferences, a lengthening list of victims issue an ever-more-detailed indictment of Western civilization
Targeted Christian Coalition.
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