Trade, Not Aid, Could Protect 100,000 Children in Africa
Ryan Olson, The Foundry
One of these good policies would be free trade. According to a new report from the European Commission, nearly 30 countries on the continent still maintain tariffs on mosquito nets of up to 20 percent.
Diversity and Dishonesty
Ross Douthat, New York Times
This refusal, this self-deception, means that we have far too many powerful communities (corporate, academic, journalistic) that are simultaneously dogmatic and dishonest about it.
Mozilla and the Prophet Isaiah
Peter Wehner, Commentary
At the core of what’s driving this effort by some supporters of gay marriage is the belief that holding traditional views on marriage is akin to being an anti-Semite and a racist.
Stewardship Doesn’t Occur in a Vacuum
Anne Bradley, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
God calls us into community with one another to serve each other. In our modern world, we do not have to worry about how to build fires. We purchase matches or lighters or better yet, central heat. We get up every day and use products, and we are completely ignorant of their design, production, and origin.