Obamacare Mandate Harms the Poor: A Case Study of Catholic Charities
Melanie Wilcox and Luciana Milano, Heritage Foundation
In order to be exempt from fines, Catholic Charities of D.C. would only be able to employ and serve Catholics. That stands in stark contrast with the organization’s mission.
The Images of Progressive Citizenship
Ted McAllister, Library of Law and Liberty
Progressives operate with a very modern almost Rousseauian anthropology in which they assume humans to be naturally good but corrupted by society. Understanding their anthropology and how Progressives conceive of the relationship among individuals, society, and government are essential to understanding both their objectives and their strategy.
Does The President Really Make A Big Difference In The Economy?
Dan Flaherty, CatholicVote
How realistic is it to think the policy differences between President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are really going to drastically affect all this one way or the other?
Does Wisdom Bring Happiness (or Vice Versa)?
Robert Wright, The Atlantic
What’s correlated with well-being, say Nisbett, Igor Grossman, and three other authors, isn’t reasoning ability in the abstract but rather “wise reasoning”–reasoning that is “pragmatic,” helping us “navigate important challenges in social life.”