Navigating the Christmas Consumer Conundrum
Elise Amyx, Institute for Faith, Work & Economics
Gallup Economy reported in a recent article that the average U.S. consumer will spend at least $770 on Christmas gifts this year. Even kids seem to be affected by consumerist impulses.
The Republican Party, Copyright Law and Free Markets
Chris Hartline, Values & Capitalism
Copyright and patents are very important to a free-market system; they protect new ideas and give greater incentive to innovators. But in our new technological age, excessive copyright and patent protection simultaneously stifles the very innovation it was meant to protect.
Justice, Politics and the Cross
Peter Wehner, Patheos
The International Justice Mission reminds us that the priorities of the Kingdom are broad and not encompassed by any political party.
Orthodoxy… with a Rebel yell!
Josephus Flavius, Byzantine, Texas
The Orthodox in Dixie.