In Praise of Discontentment
Isaac Morehouse, Values & Capitalism
Our desire to improve our conditions is powerful, and our ability to imagine a better life than what we have serves humanity like little else.
The Economics of Income
Anne Bradley, Institute for Faith, Work & Economics
When these shortages eventually go away, relative salaries can be expected to level out. That is the market’s way of telling us that we have “enough” providers of nursing services for the moment.
Turn Distrust Of Millionaires Against The Tax Hikers
Logan Albright, AFF Doublethink
Whenever a politician says something along the lines of “we don’t care about ideology, we care about what works,” get nervous.
Thinking Well About Things (Other Than Politics)
C.C. Pecknold, Ethika Politika
One of our greatest living philosophers, Alasdair MacIntyre, recently gave a lecture at the University of Notre Dame titled “Catholic instead of what?”