Your Tax Dollars At Work: Liberal religious organizations make amnesty pay
Capital Research Center
The federal government is spending hundreds of millions of tax dollars a year to underwrite private care for persons who have entered the country illegally. Much of the money flows into religious nonprofits. The nation’s laws receive less consideration than the appeal of “free” government subsidies, and the causes and harms of illegal immigration are brushed aside.
10 Prerequisites for Prosperity
Harry Veryser, Intercollegiate Review
The significance of this “spontaneous order” is easy to miss. But defenders of free enterprise must recognize that markets do not stand independent of the broader culture; they are inextricably linked to all the other organizations, associations, and political and legal systems that develop organically over time.
A Conversation with Roger Scruton on How to be a Conservative
Richard M. Reinsch, Library of Law and Liberty
This conversation explores Scruton’s argument that a free market depends not only on an Austrian understanding of the need for local knowledge but on traditions that encircle goods, practices, relationships, excepting these from the market itself.
Religious Liberty at a Crossroads?
Gerard V. Bradley, Public Discourse
US religious liberty law is not perfect, but it still deserves our support. Religious exemptions witness to the value of religion as a transcendent good. And nothing in the Supreme Court cases requesting religious liberty exemptions for Muslim citizens undermines that effort.