No, TARP Didn’t Prevent a Second Depression
Stephen Moore, The Foundry
Conservatives must not let the left write the narrative of the financial crisis and the massive and unprecedented government interventions designed to combat it — as they are trying to do.
Distributism’s Real Problem
Greg Forster, First Things
If your answer does involve contracting the free exchange of goods and services, you have ceased to be a distributist.
Baptist Missionary Sentenced to Life in Hard Labor by North Korea
Choe Sang-Hun, New York Times
The missionary, Kim Jong-uk, was also convicted of spying and other various “anti-state” crimes during a trial in Pyongyang on Friday, the North’s official Korean Central News Agency said on Saturday. A large crowd attended Mr. Kim’s trial, the report said.
Will the Poor Really Always Be with Us?
Elise Amyx, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
This is one of the most quoted passages in scripture on poverty, but it is also one of the most misused.