New HHS Rules Still Problematic for Religious Liberty
Barrett Duke and Andrew T. Walker, ERLC
When a law is revised eight times, it’s worth asking whether or not it should ever have been enacted in the first place.
The Korean Martyrs and the Power of Lay Witness
Marge Fenelon, Aleteia
The throngs who greeted Pope Francis in Korea are testimony to the power of the laity to spread the Faith.
Study: A fourth of public school spending goes to salaries and benefits of nonteachers
James Pethokoukis, AEI Ideas
A new Thomas B. Fordham Institute study finds that the number of non-teaching staff in the United States has grown by 130% since 1970. These three millions employers now account for half of the public school workforce with their salaries and benefits absorbing one-quarter of current education spending.
Emotional Storms Are No Response for Disasters
Amity Shlaes, National Review
A new study shows that government aid and World Bank projects are not enough to spur lasting recovery.