In an initiative launched by the Coptic Orthodox, hundreds of poor Muslim families in the Egyptian district of Nasser in the province of Beni Suef are being fed.
The Two Forms of Social Order
Arnold Kling, Library of Economics and Liberty
In any society, who is allowed to form an organization that competes with powerful economic and political interests?
We can end poverty, but at what cost?
Chris Blattman, Washington Post
Paternalism and high price tags could mean that the charities are helping only one person when they could be helping two, three or four.
Socialism as Transableism
Anthony Sacramone, Strange Herring
No matter how many times a “redistribution of wealth” scheme proves to be the long-term impoverishment of everyone; no matter how many times a Rube Goldberg bureaucracy grinds to a halt, tripping up the very people it’s supposed to move forward; no matter how many economies socialism, right-wing or left-, destroys—it always finds a taker.