A Guide to the 2013 Social Security Trustees Report
Charles Blahous, e21
Social Security’s total financing shortfall is now larger than it has been at any point since the 1983 reforms, and indeed now requires legislative corrections more severe than those enacted at that time.
One of the most serious flaws with Obamacare is that its blizzard of regulations and mandates drives up the cost of insurance for people who buy it on their own.
What Good are Foreign Aid and Humanitarian Intervention?
Luca Gattoni-Celli, The American Spectator
Humanitarian action, whether short-term aid after a crisis or long-term development assistance, is generally approached as a technical challenge. Economist Chris Coyne challenges this engineering mentality in his new book Doing Bad By Doing Good: Why Humanitarian Action Fails.
Religious Liberty and Complacent Christianity
Samuel Rodriguez, Christian Post
Silence is not an option. For with conviction and compassion we understand that a posture of complacency today will result in a position of captivity tomorrow.