Jimmy SEngenberger

Sengenberger: Don’t Be Naive, China Holds Some Serious Trade Cards v. the U.S.

Writing in Real Clear Markets (August 15, 2018), Millennial Policy Center President Jimmy Sengenberger discusses offers a perspective on President Trump’s trade war with China that differs from most – explaining why China is actually well-equipped for this war and not easily beaten: China’s state media launched a verbal assault on President Donald Trump’s administration this week. “Washington is playing …

McGuire: 3-D Printed Guns Are A Reminder That Gun Control In America Is Futile

Writing in The Federalist (8/2), Millennial Policy Center Fellow Max McGuire explores the futility of banning guns created via 3-D printing – and explains how building your own gun is as American as apple pie: “In case you missed it, Americans are up against yet another imminent doomsday scenario. If you weren’t already killed off by the repeal of the …

Jimmy SEngenberger

MPC President discusses States and Federal Funds in Watchdog.org article

Millennial Policy Center President and CEO Jimmy Sengenberger was interviewed for a Watchdog.org story published Thursday (7/19), in which he offers up perspective on the growth of federal funds making their way to state governments: The issue of federal funding is bigger than the questionable ranking, Jimmy Sengenberger, president and CEO of the Denver-based Millennial Policy Center, argues; federal spending …

Barness: Think long and hard before launching a new Space Force

By Andrew Barness, Research Assistant  Sci-Fi seems to have met reality. President Donald Trump directed on June 18, 2018 that a militarized “Space Force” be created while signing a space traffic control policy. Though many champion this move, this call for “American dominance” in space is not only based on loose scientific technology, but it also has the potential to …

Barness: Millennials are clamoring for sensible Criminal Justice Reform

By Andrew Barness, Research Assistant On May 31, 2018, President Donald Trump met with reality TV star Kim Kardashian to discuss prison and criminal justice reform. According to Generation Opportunity Institute, “Millennials make up nearly 40 percent of all federal prison inmates, and well over 50 percent of all inmates in state prisons.” Also, the fact that the Millennial generation …

Millennial Policy Center Publishes FIVE New Reports on Trade Issues

Just days after President Trump slaps tariffs on U.S. allies, think tank publishes five different trade reports Denver, Colo., June 4 – The Millennial Policy Center today unveiled five new policy reports on trade, including a paper on American-Chinese trade negotiations; two reports on the subject of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); an analysis on free trade and …

MPC Announces New Advisors, Dr. Walter E. Williams & Amb. Sam H. Zakhem

Think tank adds Dr. Williams, Professor of Economics and free market thought-leader, and former Ambassador Zakhem as newest members of board of advisors Denver, Colo., April 30 – Today the Millennial Policy Center announced the inclusion of the two newest members of its Advisory Council: Dr. Walter E. Williams, Ph.D., John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason …

MPC Criticizes Congress’s Facebook Hearings, Calls it ‘Dog and Pony Show’

‘Congress sees blood in the water – and it’s ready to attack,’ says MPC President Jimmy Sengenberger Denver, Colo., February 21 – Millennial Policy Center President and CEO Jimmy Sengenberger released the following statement concerning the testimony of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg before Congress today and tomorrow: “Clean up your act, he threatened, or ‘we’ll do it for you. And …

Dubbert & Sengenberger: The disappointing truth about the new US-South Korea trade deal

Writing in The Washington Examiner (April 2, 2018), Millennial Policy Center Research Assistant Jacob Dubbert and President Jimmy Sengenberger explain how the revised South Korean-United States (KORUS) trade agreement is not what it’s made out to be: South Korea imports no more than 11,000 vehicles annually from any single American manufacturer. No one is anywhere near breaking their a quota …