In the latest episode of AEI’s Banter podcast, AEI research guru Jennifer Marsico sits down to talk about women in politics. Why aren’t there more women in political office? Do voters have a bias against women? Jen walks us through several recent studies, explores the history of the issue, and presents data from the two most recent national elections. We also explore if there is a common female agenda and if women tend to vote for other women. Enjoy!
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This time on Banter, Stu and Apoorva sit down with AEI Research Fellow Andrew Kelly to talk about his work on the politics of for-profit education. Think University of Phoenix.
It’s a fascinating discussion, and the boys even have time to chat a bit of politics and current events.
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This time on Banter, Stu, Apoorva, and Andrew talk about some of the latest events in the political world. In particular, they shoot the breeze about the Iowa straw poll, Rick Perry, and the changing demographics of American political affiliation.
Apoorva makes his case for why Rick Perry may be a more formidable candidate than it appears at first glance. He also talks about the latest American Enterprise Debate that was held this week on Capitol Hill.
On this episode of Banter, Stu and Andrew (subbing in for Apoorva), sit down with the President of AEI, Arthur Brooks, to discuss AEI’s 40,000 word mission statement, free enterprise culture, what book everyone needs to read, why libertarians just can’t get a break at the box office, and much more. Ideas zig and zag around this episode faster than you can say American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research. Enjoy!
Stay tuned for part two of our interview with Arthur Brooks which will be posted tomorrow!
On this special episode of Banter, Stu and Apoorva sit down with AEI Research Assistant Andrew Rugg to chat 2012 presidential politics and current US poll numbers. We try to take the pulse of the Republican primary field and the average American voter. The election may be more than a year away, but AEI’s got its political barometers up and running!