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Dean Teske Again Ranked Among Most Influential Education Policy Academics

Paul Teske is once again ranked among the most influential education policy academics in the annual “Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings.” Compiled by American Enterprise Institute director of education policy Rick Hess, the rankings recognize 200 university-based scholars who shape public discussions of education. 94 more words

Academics

Chris Hedges | In the Time of Trump, All We Have Is Each Other

The late Rev. Daniel Berrigan declared in a 2008 conversation with me that the American empire was in irrevocable decline. He said that in the face of this dissolution we must hold fast to the non-historical values of compassion, simplicity, love and justice. 1,113 more words

Activism

Both Sides Now on the ACA at AEI

On Friday, December 16 I participated in a panel on the future of U.S. health reform at the new headquarters of the American Enterprise Institute… 213 more words

Health Policy

Capitalism and Its Current Respectability

Lately the reports from The New York Times and The Washington Post and the rest of the respectable press have a strange new respect for the old-fashioned Republican sort of free markets economics, which we attribute entirely to president-elect Donald Trump. 642 more words

Politics

How to Get Our Economy Back on Track III. Tax Reform

Both political parties, both presidential candidates, most prominent economists and economics journalists, in other words, most opinion makers, favor faster economic growth. I have had several recent posts on this topic, … 282 more words

Jack Heidel

Eight Retirement Myths Thoroughly Debunked

I read an interesting white paper recently from the American Enterprise Institute that looked at “What Is Happening In Retirement Planning Today?”  The paper was well-researched and stands as a bit of a contrast to the tangle of dark personal finance headlines that you often see in the in the paper and online.  891 more words

Early Retirement