Domestic Challenges to Religious Liberty—From Left and Right
Daniel Mark, Public Discourse
Religious freedom in America is caught between opponents on the left and the right.
Why was Martin Luther King Jr. a socialist?
Scotty Hendricks, Big Think
King was expressing his opposition to capitalism as early as 1952. In a letter to his wife sent that year, he noted that “I imagine you already know that I am much more socialistic in my economic theory than capitalistic.” This letter, written before his activism was notable, was merely the start of his radicalism.
The SEC Isn’t Happy When Pastors Fleece the Elderly
Matt Levine, Bloomberg View
It’s not okay to sell pre-Revolutionary Chinese bonds to vulnerable investors.
Is There Such Thing as “Good” Income Inequality?
Anne Bradley, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Income is a return for labor that is well-invested, because well-invested labor creates value for others.