God and the Minimum Wage
Maxford Nelsen, The American Spectator
Labor secretary Tom Perez has assumed the role of God’s intermediary.
Why Christians have much to fear in Syria
Harold Jantz, Winnipeg Free Press
Christian communities in the Middle East find themselves in a very difficult situation these days. For one, the Christian population generally has declined dramatically since the beginning of the 20th century. Then about 25 per cent of the population of the Middle East was Christian, today it is closer to five per cent.
Let Us Now Praise Public Morality
Jonathan S. Tobin, Commentary
The idea that public figures should be held to a standard of moral conduct is widely ridiculed by most of the chattering classes these days.
The Wake of Joblessness
Chris Horst, Values & Capitalism
Coach Kibomango fights with just one eye. He lost his other eye in a bomb explosion in his hometown of Goma, Congo. Kibomango grew up fighting as a child soldier, but today he is one of Congo’s top boxers.