Blog author: jcarter
by on Wednesday, April 30, 2014

What Orthodox Christians Can Learn from Pope Francis
Andrew Estocin, The Sounding

Pope Francis … models a form of leadership that is greatly needed in Orthodox Christianity today.

Conservative Sentencing Reform: Politically Savvy, Morally Right
Casey Given, The American Conservative

Mandatory minimums’ attempt to rein in judges’ discretion only shifted the discretion to prosecutors, resulting in no significant decrease of sentencing inequality.

The Left’s Line On School Choice Is A Joke From The 1800s
Andrew Quinn, The Federalist

Handicapping your own kids to provide an unproven benefit to a few other children is neither honorable nor brave. Prioritizing your kin is not a sin to atone for. It is a marker of moral humanity.

Ukraine: Even the Animals Are Suffering from Corruption
Iryna Fedets, The Foundry

Animals at the abandoned presidential residence in Ukraine find themselves in the midst of a corruption scandal.