Unions Take On Catholic Schools
Nicholas G. Hahn III, Wall Street Journal
The First Amendment can’t protect schools that lose sight of their religious mission.
Reforming a Fiscal Revolution
William Anthony Hay, Library of Law and Liberty
Almost exactly 200 years ago, the British House of Commons rejected a peacetime income tax. Henry Brougham, a Whig member of Parliament, mobilized public opinion against the tax, and after a raucous debate in the Commons, his side won by 37 votes.
Report insists ISIS is guilty of ‘genocide’ against Christians
John L. Allen Jr., Crux
A major report released Thursday by two US-based Christian organizations argues for including Iraqi, Syrian, and Libyan Christians as victims of genocide perpetrated by ISIS, ahead of a March 17 deadline for the US State Department to make a finding about whether, and to which categories of ISIS victims, the term “genocide” applies.
How Perceptions About Opportunity Vary By Race
Emily Deruy, The Atlantic
Blacks are far less likely than whites to think children of color are given the same chances in life as their peers.