Please join us as a panel of distinguished experts explore the implications of the report and the consumer role in shaping the future of Medicare.
Is the human condition becoming more unequal? Many assert it is, but their focus is almost exclusively on economic inequality. This is problematic. Income is not the only important measure of human well-being and life chances. Consider two global revolutions that are improving the human condition and making it more equal: Life expectancy and educational attainment.
The Medicare Trustees issued their annual report on the program's long-term financing last month, and their findings were greeted by the Obama administration as evidence that the Affordable Care Act is working. This is nonsense.
The Obama administration suffered two stinging defeats at the Supreme Court this summer related to the so-called “HHS mandate” — the rule that requires employers to include free contraceptives, sterilization services, and products that can induce early-pregnancy abortions in their health plan offerings to workers.
Sally Satel responds to the New York Times Room for Debate question: Should people in need of a kidney transplant be allowed to pay someone to donate one of theirs, or would that let the rich exploit the poor?
Have world leaders abandoned hope of stemming the continued spread of Ebola in Western Africa? Is there current strategy to let the virus burn itself out in that region, while they focus more of their efforts on containing the virus to that region?
We invite you to join us for two panel discussions on how Augustus created order from chaos 2,000 years ago, and what makes for durable domestic and international political systems in the 21st century.
Please join us for a book launch event and panel discussion about how a marketplace of education options can help today's students succeed in tomorrow's economy. Attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the featured book.
Please join us for a luncheon event in which our panel will discuss what conservatives can learn from how liberals talk and think about the safety net and where free-market economics, federalism, and social responsibility intersect to lift people out of poverty.