Taxed for Wearing Their Heads
Anthony Esolen, Public Discourse
The Anti-Federalists’ early fear about Congress’s taxing power—that it would result in a tax on humans’ very existence—are now realized in the Supreme Court’s upholding of Obamacare.
Campaign 2012: What Voting Means
George Weigel, First Things
In the Catholic understanding of these things, politics, for all its tawdriness, still engages questions of right and wrong, good and bad, the noble and the base.
Martin Luther’s View of Faith & Work
Greg Ayers, Institute for Faith, Work & Economics
495 years ago today, on October 31st, 1517, Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses on the door of the Castle Church of Wittenberg. Vocation was one topic Luther covered prominently in his theological writings.
Ryan Makes Case for School Choice
Lindsey Burke, The Foundry
House Budget Committee chairman Paul Ryan (R–WI) made a strong case yesterday for the need to ensure that every child in America has the opportunity to attend a school of choice.