Blog author: jcarter
by on Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Private Schools Increase Political Knowledge and Reduce the Danger of Political Indoctrination
Ilya Somin, Volokh Conspiracy

The evidence suggests that political knowledge is higher among students who attend private schools, even after controlling for various demographic variables such as race and family income.

The Church and the Syrian Refugees
William L. Patenaude, Catholic World Report

“We don’t help people because they are Catholic … We help people because we are Catholic.”

There are better anti-poverty tools than the minimum wage
James Pethokoukis, AEI Ideas

Raising the minimum wage may not be a policy idea deserving of the passion it generates. It’s not a well-targeted, poverty-fighting weapon.

Why Humility Matters for Faith, Work, & Economics
Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics

The Apostle Paul tells Timothy that the Holy Scriptures prepare God’s people to be “thoroughly equipped for every good work.” That includes not only what we do on Sunday, but also what we do at our offices, in our homes, and in our communities throughout the rest of the week.