Jesus and ‘The End Of Jobs’
Over the last few years, and especially of late, there is a swelling chorus of concern that we may be on our way to a future in which there simply aren’t enough jobs to go around. Not just a shortage of good jobs, mind you, but a shortage of jobs, period.
Four Reasons Religious Freedom Matters for Society
Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Religious freedom bears implications for our lives, just like the biblical view of freedom and economic freedom. In fact, religious freedom is entwined with these other freedoms.
The Next Accountability: Getting What We Want from Schools – Without Technocracy
Greg Forster, Friedman Foundation
For decades, the word “accountability” brought education reformers together. Today, it’s driving us apart.
How the Reaction to Kevin Durant Explains Our Conflicted Feelings About Free Trade
Jim Geraghty, The Corner
In some ways, sports fans’ hyperbolic reaction to professional athletes’ free agency decisions mirrors the country’s perspective on free trade: we love having freedom of choice for ourselves, but we don’t like other people having those same choices.