Political Action and the Primacy of the Good
Daniel J. Mahoney, City Journal
The theological-political reflection of Pierre Manent.
The Rise Of The ‘God Gap’
Anne Pluta, FiveThirtyEight
The best predictor of vote choice, according to work by political scientists Robert Putnam of Harvard and David Campbell of Notre Dame, is religiosity, not religious affiliation; Putnam and Campbell call it the “God gap.”
Don’t be fooled: Iowa evangelicals of media fame do not represent the nation’s evangelicals
Collin Hansen, Washington Post
Another four years have passed. We have an extra day in February. We get to watch the Olympics this summer. And “Iowa evangelicals” have returned to the media spotlight.
Up to 80% of garment workers in Bangalore, India, are believed to be migrant workers. Many don’t speak the local language and struggle to find housing, so garment factories fill the gap by offering company accommodations. The only catch: Some residents are treated like prisoners.