Poor Catholic ‘Trash’
Stephen Herreid, Aleteia
The alliance of political and religious forces pushing back against the welfare state is overdue, and the challenge is enormous. It has also created a new and terrible temptation for the Church.
Vatican outsources more financial reform
The Vatican is enlisting more big-name consulting firms to advise it on structural and financial reforms, tapping McKinsey & Co. to help modernize its communications operations and KPMG to bring its accounting up to international standards.
Consuming Resources Isn’t Success: On Charity and Development Aid
Art Carden, EconLog
As William Easterly, Christopher Coyne, and others have pointed out, we tend to measure the “success” of a charitable endeavor or an aid project in terms of the resources consumed.
Record High in U.S. Say Big Government Greatest Threat
Jeffrey M. Jones, Gallup
Now 72% say it is greater threat than big business or big labor.