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Kristen Soltis Anderson II: What do Millennials and Generation Z think about Trump, the Left, Big Government, and the Republican Party? The author and pollster shares her perspective.
Date Added: February 9, 2019
Michael Strain: The AEI economist on whether America is in decline economically—and why we still must prioritize innovation and growth.
Date Added: January 26, 2019
Stephen Rosen II: On the current geopolitical environment, the threat of a rising China, and the consequences of American disengagement from the world.
Date Added: January 12, 2019
Harvey Mansfield XVI: On what Aristotle can teach us about democracy and the relationship between philosophy and politics.
Date Added: December 29, 2018
Mike Murphy III: On Trump's prospects for reelection, the Democrats, the Republicans, and 2020.
Date Added: December 15, 2018
Ronald Brownstein III: An analysis of the 2018 midterms and a look ahead to the primaries and general election in 2020.
Date Added: December 1, 2018
Jack Goldsmith II: The Harvard law professor shares his perspective on the threats we face from cyberwar, and how we can counter them.
Date Added: November 17, 2018
Christine Rosen: On the Me Too movement, and men and women in our gender-neutral society.
Date Added: November 3, 2018
Scott Lincicome: A defense of free trade, including the history of US trade agreements and alliances, the U.S.-China relationship, and the politics of trade at home and abroad.
Date Added: October 20, 2018
Paul Cantor V: On great television shows, and the emergence of canons from Greek tragedy to TV.
Date Added: October 6, 2018
Eric Edelman II: On restoring American leadership and the dangerous consequences of American retreat from the world.
Date Added: September 22, 2018
Harvey Mansfield XV: On the wisdom of The Federalist and why it remains the greatest work of American political science.
Date Added: September 8, 2018