Timothy P. Carney helps direct AEI’s Culture of Competition Project, which examines barriers to competition in all areas of American life, from the economy to the world of ideas. Carney has over a decade of experience as a journalist covering the intersection of politics and economics. His work at AEI focuses on how to reinvigorate a competitive culture in America in which all can reap the benefits of a fair economy.
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.
Peter Carroll helped shape the mortgage regulations at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau until this spring. Now, Carroll is senior vice president of capital markets at Wells Fargo Home Mortgages, the largest private mortgage lender in the country.
Visiting Fellow and Senior Political Columnist at the Washington Examiner Tim Carney talks to Fox News about militarizing local police forces and how Governor Nixon has handled the situation in Ferguson, MO.
Smart people who otherwise believe in free enterprise are defending federal export subsidies on the grounds that other countries subsidize their exports. But what if the other guys are mostly shooting their own soldiers in the back, and you are, too? Then laying down your weapon is the right strategy.
President Obama and his allies in the business lobby say they need export subsidies to compete with China's export subsidies. One problem with that argument: U.S. export programs directly subsidize China's export programs.
Former Majority Leader Eric Cantor is leaving the swamp of Capitol Hill early to return home, to live and work among the people of Henrico and Culpeper Counties whom he’s represented for 14 years. I’m joking, of course.
Give the lady points for boldness: Sen. Kay Hagan is blasting her Republican opponent for “sid[ing] with the special interests” because he opposes a corporate welfare agency that gives most of its subsidies to Hagan's campaign contributors.