The Comeback of Silent Cal
Michael Barone, National Review
Derided by New Dealers, Coolidge gets long-overdue respect in Shlaes’s biography.
Protestant scholar lauds Benedict’s ecumenical strides
Carl Bunderson, Catholic News Agency
Pope Benedict has been a leader devoted to ecumenical efforts, according to a professor of Christian history and ecumenism at Fuller Theological Seminary, a Protestant school in Pasadena, Calif.
Thomas Aquinas and John Paul II on Executive Pay
Greg Forster, First Things
[T]he increase in their abilities has been so dramatic that it was going to confront us with this question of long-term income inequalities regardless of the impact of other factors.
Why naive environmentalism is like religious fundamentalism
Mark J. Perry, AEI Ideas
The naive environmentalism of my daughter’s preschool is a force-fed potpourri of myth, superstition, and ritual that has much in common with the least reputable varieties of religious Fundamentalism.