Social Justice Reconsidered: Report from the Philadelphia Society
Jeremy Mann, Mere Orthodoxy
While the phrase “social justice” has been used since the Jesuit priest Luigi Taparelli coined the term in 1840, Friedrich Hayek never could found a good definition, due to two persistent problems.
‘Disinformation’ and a Dubious Source
Victor Gaetan, National Catholic Register
Lt. Gen. Ion Mihai Pacepa’s story defames a legendary Vatican diplomat and undermines positive Catholic-Russian Orthodox relations.
Swiss asked to ditch God from national anthem
Switzerland is holding a competition to rewrite its national anthem because it currently focuses on God.
Why Capitalism Is Awesome
Chris Berg, Cato Policy Report
We have higher living standards than our ancestors because of the little things. We ought to be more aware of the continuous, slow, and imperceptible creative destruction of the market economy, the refiners who are always imperceptibly bettering our frozen pizzas, our bookshelves, our pencils, and our crayons.