Religious Witness and Public Policy
Cecil Bohanon, Indiana Policy Review
As a free-market economist and a rather traditional Christian, I wish churches would stay out of politics. It gives me the willies when anyone tries to wrap their political position as God’s will — and make no mistake, a clerical collar under an activist banner sends that impression.
Why ‘compassionate conservatism’ died
Marvin Olasky, WORLD
Compassionate conservatism became anathema among conservatives because it had no limiting principle and it therefore, within the context of getting liberals to fund the Iraq war, pragmatically accepted and even encouraged budget-busting governmental spending.
States That Adopt This Policy Have Much Better Economies
Stephen Moore, The Daily Signal
In 26 states, workers can be compelled to join a union and pay dues at a union shop whether they wish to or not. Under the 1935 National Labor Relations Act, workers can even be forced to pay union dues for partisan political activities with which they don’t agree.
Sherri Shepherd Decides to Cancel Her Baby Order
Gene Tarne, Aleteia
Rejecting the child before his or her birth to a surrogate mother provokes lots of questions.