Exporting U.S. Natural Gas: The Benefits Outweigh the Risk

Exporting U.S. Natural Gas: The Benefits Outweigh the Risk

In a remarkably brief period, America has become awash in oil and natural gas. According to the U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA) we have surpassed... More »
Politico Magazine: How to Seize Back the Political Center

Politico Magazine: How to Seize Back the Political Center

For all the roller coaster drama of the battle to control the Senate, the midterm elections won’t really change much. No matter which party ends... More »
Five important lessons about America’s long war against Islamist extremism

Five important lessons about America’s long war against Islamist extremism

Yesterday’s airstrikes on Islamic State and other terrorist targets in Syria yield five important lessons about America’s long war against Islamist extremism: First, Syria has... More »
Event Wrap-Up: Growing the Transatlantic Digital Economy

Event Wrap-Up: Growing the Transatlantic Digital Economy

The Progressive Policy Instiute hosted an event with The Lisbon Council last Friday aimed at finding ways to grow the transatlantic digital economy. With both... More »

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FDA Regulation in the Data-Driven Economy

The shift to data-driven growth is one of the most important forces behind the strong performance of the U.S. economy in recent years. Online sales…

The Permanent Campaign: The Illusion of Momentum

During the last week of the midterm campaign (not counting runoffs, of course), you will hear more and more about which party has “momentum.”  Indeed,…

The Permanent Campaign: A Tale of Two GOP Senate Campaigns

For all the talk of a “nationalized” midterm election, there are some interesting variations in how candidates of the same party are approaching highly competitive…

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Is the CFPB Committing Regulatory Overreach?

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is touted as one of the crowning achievements of the Dodd-Frank Act. But a new CFPB report on student...

Politico Magazine: How to Seize Back the Political Center

For all the roller coaster drama of the battle to control the Senate, the midterm elections won’t really change much. No matter which party ends...

New York Daily News: Hong Kong screams, America is silent

Listening to our government’s weaselly evasions on the protests in Hong Kong makes me wish America had an Aaron Neville Doctrine. Neville is the New…

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WPR: Can We Return To The Political Middle?

Wisconsin Public Radio’s Joy Cardin interviewed PPI President Will Marshall about his new Politico article, “How to Save the Democratic Party From Itself“. Read more…

Washington Examiner: Think Tanks: College graduates struggle in current economy

In a collection of think tank reports on employment for recent college graduates, the Washington Examiner extensively quoted PPI Economist Diana G. Carew’s blog post…

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FDA Regulation in the Data-Driven Economy

The shift to data-driven growth is one of the most important forces behind the strong performance of the U.S. economy in recent years. Online sales…

Exporting U.S. Natural Gas: The Benefits Outweigh the Risk

In a remarkably brief period, America has become awash in oil and natural gas. According to the U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA) we have surpassed…

Give Our Kids a Break: How Three-Year Degrees Can Cut the Cost of College

The American higher education system is the finest in the world. Our universities and colleges are unmatched, and we have more highly rated schools than…

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The Permanent Campaign: The Illusion of Momentum

During the last week of the midterm campaign (not counting runoffs, of course), you will hear more and more about which party has “momentum.”  Indeed,…

PPI Weekly Update: Seizing the Political Center, U.S. LNG Exports, & Policy Choices Facing the FCC

PPI President Will Marshall penned an essay for last Friday’s cover of POLITICO Magazine, “How to Save the Democratic Party From Itself.” In his “moderate…

Marshall: Making America Work Again

As the midterm election draws near, Democrats and Republicans are locked in a race to the bottom of the public’s esteem. A majority of voters…