Mixing Religion and Economic Disciplines
Cecil Bohanon, Indiana Policy Review
So what role does religion have in a state-run university? What can or should a course outside a religious studies class say about religion? There are two extremes that I think are misguided.
Why Academic Freedom Matters (Now More Than Ever)
Robert George, Intercollegiate Review
From Rutgers to Stanford, opponents of academic freedom are growing bolder by the day. Yet important questions remain unanswered: what is the meaning of academic freedom? Why it is important? How it is achieved?
Work is Good
Owen Strachan, Kern Pastors Network
My life changed in 2005. Why? Was it a major epiphany? Did someone give me a massive sum of money? Did I go on an overseas trip? No, it was a then-unknown show called The Office, and its razor-sharp, low-key-but-hilarious writing.
Look Who’s Defending Washington Cronyism
Genevieve Wood, The Foundry
Supporters of one of Washington’s prime examples of cronyism, the Export-Import Bank, are rolling out the dollars and surveys to make the case that the bank is the “good kind” of corporate welfare (Is there such a thing?). But the sugar-coated rhetoric and selective numbers don’t make a convincing case.