Hoover Institution fellow John Yoo discusses the current controversies over the AUMF (Authorization to Use Military Force), which still generates a lot of attention nearly 18 years after its overwhelming enactment by Congress in 2001.
Hoover Institution fellow David Davenport discusses FDR's New Deal and how Roosevelt’s decisions reset the balance of power away from Congress and the states toward a strong executive branch. They also shifted the federal government away from the founders’ vision of deliberation and moderation toward war and action.
Hoover Institution fellow Bill Evers discusses a proposed California bill that would mandate high school students take ethnic studies as a requirement for graduation. But, the proposed curriculum for ethnic studies is extremely left-leaning and filled with cumbersome jargon that would become a vehicle to argue politics rather than critical thinking about race, ethnicity, and indigeneity.