Private Debt Is Crippling the Economy
Anthony Randazzo, Reason
There won’t be a recovery until credit card and household debt levels come down.
For the Love of Country: Why We Should Tax Olympic Medalists
Alexis Hamilton, Values & Capitalism
While the Olympics have injected much excitement into the dwindling days of our summers, many media outlets have given significant coverage to what some might see as the most unexciting aspect of these international games: taxes.
Top Ten Books on Faith & Work
Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work & Economics
Last week we recommended ten books for people beginning to explore economics. Economics needs context, however. Today I’d like to recommend ten books on integrating faith, work, and culture.
Poverty and Politics
Peter Wehner, Commentary
As the election nears — it is now less than 100 days away — the issue of poverty in America will hopefully play a somewhat more central role.