Religious Persecution: Our Silence is Deafening
Ken Connor, Christian Post
The recent kidnappings in Nigeria by the Islamic militant group Boka Haram has cast the issue of religious persecution – of Christians in particular – into the spotlight, and begs the question: Why have American Christians been so silent on the subject of religious persecution of their spiritual brethren around the world?
How the student loan debt bubble hurts the poor
Kevin Glass, Hot Air
Even if we assume that defaults are spread evenly across the income groups, a default is worse for a student in a low-income group than in the higher-income groups by mere fact that a student loan comprises a higher percentage of their assets than otherwise.
Advancing Economic Freedom: An Antidote to Boko Haram
Anthony B. Kim, The Foundry
Advancing economic freedom that leads to more inclusive growth and dynamic job creation is indispensable in ensuring greater and securer futures of Nigeria as well as the continent as a whole.
Florida Couple Fined, Threatened with Jail for Feeding Homeless
Bill Briggs, NBC News
A Florida couple who retired from their management jobs to care for the poor vowed Monday to wage a tenacious legal fight days after being fined more than $300 each for violating a local law.