Trade Barriers Hurt More People Than You Think
Robert Higgs, FEE
Depriving American consumers of opportunities to purchase goods that suit them better than domestic alternatives causes them harm.
Faith, economic freedom and innovation in the Latin world
Ricardo Luna, Washington Times
According to the United Nations, since the year 2000, cooperation between government, business and civil society (including churches) has resulted in the greatest progress in the eradication of poverty.
While long-Christian villages are being liberated, the threats facing Christians remain real, even in areas outside of ISIS control. The result is a mixture of celebration and fear, hope and horror, faced daily by Christians seeking to remain in a land that embraced the faith during the time of the apostles.
Student Loan Forgiveness Won’t Solve the $1.3 Trillion Problem
Mary Clare Reim, The Daily Signal
With outstanding student loan debt now exceeding $1.3 trillion, it is no wonder that the sticker price of college tuition has gotten a lot of attention in 2016. Yet few proposals have gotten to the root of the college cost problem.