No Property, No Personhood
Jason Jones and John Zmirak, Aleteia
Why respecting private property is a matter of human dignity.
God and Freedom
George Weigel, First Things
For the better part of two centuries now, one of the standard tropes in western high culture has held that the-God-of-the-Bible-is-the-enemy-of-human-freedom. This past December, Rémi Brague exploded that myth in a lecture at the Pontifical Urban University that was, I’m willing to wager, the most scintillating such exercise heard in Rome that semester.
When the Government Takes Your Children
Stephen M. Krason, Crisis Magazine
Many people who have followed the Justina Pelletier case—largely ignored by the mainstream media, by the way—have thought that there has to be more to it, or that it’s an outrageous out-of-the-ordinary affair.
The Vox Monopoly: Should We Socialize Internet Access?
Neil Stevens, The Federalist
Do we really want Internet access from a government that can’t even keep a single website up?