How GMOs Could Help Biodiversity
The American Interest
By modifying the genes of plants, scientists have discovered ways to make food crops more resilient to drought and pestilence, and to increase crop yields, to boot.
Koch brothers’ new group will take on poverty, educational quality
Fredreka Schouten, USA Today
The political and policy empire controlled by billionaire industrialist Charles Koch is building a non-profit wing its leaders say will work to address deep-seated social ills and “revitalize civil society.” Its initial efforts will focus on poverty and educational quality.
Theft-by-Government Continues Through Eminent Domain
A. Barton Hinkle, Reason.com
Governments ignoring the constitutional limitations to eminent domain.
How Ordinary People Are Giving Glimpses of God’s Restoration
James Clark, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
It’s easy to say that ordinary people can effect meaningful change. However, words alone are not proof. Without substantive evidence, any talk of our power to change the world may be nothing more than wishful thinking.