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Grand Rapids Econ Club hosted the President of the American Enterprise Institute: The most influential Right Wing Think Tank in DC today

The President of one of the most influential right wing think tanks, the American Enterprise Institute, spoke to a crowded room at the JW Marriott in downtown Grand Rapids today. 216 more words

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Bruce Kovner’s Generosity

Bruce Kovner is a US businessman, who is chairman of CAM Capital, founded and chaired Caxton Associates, chairs The Julliard School board, is Vice Chair of the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts (donating generously to its redevelopment), serves on the American Enterprise Institute, Metropolitan Opera, and Synta Pharmaceuticals boards.  170 more words


US-North Korean Relations in a Time of Change

The months ahead may reveal the direction that U.S.-North Korean relations will take under the Trump administration. After eight years of ‘strategic patience’ and the Rebalance to Asia, those relations now stand at their lowest point in decades. 58 more words


How to improve the safety net by encouraging work

Politicians talk a lot about the “social safety net,” but how well does it help the poor? More importantly, how can we make it better? Those questions are the focus of a new  875 more words

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Guest Post -- Ray Martin on the AEI Panel with Rep. Bishop and Naomi Riley

On January 30th, 2017 the American Enterprise Institute hosted a panel discussion entitled, How federal policy affects Native Americans: Naomi Schafer Riley on her book, ‘The New Trail of Tears: How Washington is Destroying American Indians.’ A video of the panel can be found… 1,773 more words


The AEI Has Some Advice for President Trump

There are a variety of think tanks in the Washington, DC area hoping to influence both lawmakers and the general conversation around the government. One of the most prominent, particularly in terms of right wing methodology, is the American Enterprise Institute. 332 more words


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