Alex Pollock: September 23, 2013

The Fed turns 100 – and can’t predict the future As Congress prepares for the looming nomination of the next Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Congress has been holding hearings on the centennial of the Federal Reserve and the lessons learned from a century of central banking.   Former bank CEO and AEI resident fellow Alex Pollock testified before […]

Emily Miller: September 6, 2013

  THE SECRET AGENDA TO TAKE OUR GUNS Award-Winning investigative reporter Emily Miller exposes the gun control lobby’s radical anti-gun agenda. Book also features photos of hundreds of real-life gun owners. WASHINGTON, D.C.—“The greatest assault on our Second Amendment rights in history is being waged today,” says Emily Miller. “The anti-gun lobby has launched a […]

Mackenzie Eaglen: February 18, 2013

Mackenzie Eaglen is American Enterprise Institute Resident Fellow and Fmr. principal defense adviser, Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) fmr. Presidential Management Fellow, US Dept. of Defense.  Her Research Areas include military readiness, military personnel, defense strategy, defense industrial base, defense budget, sequestration With the sequestration deadline looming and Congress weighing action, What will sequestration mean for the US military? For the US economy? For […]

Bill Salus: June 8, 2012

ISRAEL’S HOUSE UNITING? Surprise Coalition May Give Green Light To Attack Iran by Bill Salus Imagine a scenario in which a Republican president formed a unity government with the Democrats, with one being president and the other being vice president. Imagine a Congress where the two parties aligned for a purpose much more important than domestic […]

Tim Griffin: May 13, 2012

Uncle Sam’s Unlimited Plan! Yet another government idea gone bad and costing us millions of dollars and little is being said about it … that is until Congressman Griffin brought it front and center. Congressman Tim Griffin ® Arkansas Second District Uncle Sam’s Unlimited Plan   Tim Griffin was elected the 24th representative of Arkansas’s […]