What is ARI’s distinct view on foreign policy? Does the U.S. suffer from a “self-esteem” problem? What is the nature of the threat of Islamic totalitarianism? Is Iraq a “military failure”? What does rational egoism look like in foreign policy? Should the U.S. be the world’s policeman? These are some of the questions that Elan Journo covers during his interview on The Federalist Radio Hour.
Today, September 14, you are invited to join Elan Journo, ARI director of Policy Research, and Steve Simpson, ARI director of Legal Studies, as they discuss freedom, American values, their new books and ARI’s ongoing efforts to promote a more rational culture.
In this special episode of The Yaron Brook Show, airing July 2 from OCON 2016, Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager at Capitalistpig Hedge Fund LLC and a Fox News Contributor and Steve Simpson, director of Legal Studies at ARI and editor of Defending Free Speech, join Yaron Brook to discuss whether America’s Independence Day is still worth celebrating, why the entrepreneurship of Silicon Valley, Seattle and Bellevue represents the best of America, how the whole world has benefitted from the American revolution, the existential and ideological threat to free speech and Steve Simpson’s new book Defending Free Speech.
In this episode of The Yaron Brook Show, originally airing on April 30, 2016, Yaron Brook shares his impressions from his recent trip to Latin America, and analyzes at length the cause and implications of the growing sense of alienation and fear in America.
In this talk, ARI fellow and Equal Is Unfair co-author Don Watkins explains how to understand and win the inequality debate — and how to restore America as the land of opportunity and revive the American Dream as an ideal.
On April 6, The Blaze published an all-new op-ed by Don Watkins, in which he argues that the ideal of “equality of opportunity” is undesirable, as it would, among other things, mean: “[A]n unprecedented program of wealth redistribution, sapping affluent parents of every honestly earned dollar they’ve made so long as it could be used to give their child a “head start” in life.”
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev recently told a group of leaders from rural settlements that when it comes to food technology, he will be calling the shots. Sneering at the success of biotechnology in America, he declared his decision that farmers and consumers will not be able to import or grow the most technologically advanced crops.