AEI Fellow Thomas Miller: There is No One Magic Fix to American Healthcare

Conducted by April Xiaoyi Xu (PO ’18) Editor-in-Chief Transcribed by Jenna Lewinstein (SCR ’19) Digital Content Writer Thomas Miller is a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) studying health care policy, litigation, and reform. He researches regulatory barriers to choice and competition, and investigates market-based alternatives to the Affordable Care Act. Previously, he worked…

The Fair Representation Act

By James Dail (CMC ’20) Something has gone horribly wrong with Congress. In 2015, there was a study done analyzing Congressional Roll Call Vote Data that found that over the past sixty years, there has been a marked increase in the partisanship of Congress. This has led to fewer Democrats voting for Republican sponsored bills…

Is Arming Teachers Gun Control?

By Daisy Ni (PO ’21) In the aftermath of the Parkland shooting on February 14, 2018, legislators at every level of government have been revisiting gun policy. One approach in particular, endorsed first by the NRA and now President Trump, rests upon the assumption that “the only thing stopping a bad guy with a gun…

Healing Partisanship Through National Service

By James Dail (CMC ’20) The thing that makes the United States unique among most nations is that Americans are not united by a common race or culture, but by a shared ideal. As it stands however, there is little agreement over what that ideal actually is. Majorities of Democrats believe that diversity and immigration…