Time for a tipping point on anti-Christian persecution
John L. Allen Jr., Crux
In the eyes of those truly paying attention, anti-Christian persecution is one of the transcendent human rights challenges of our time, and a priority that requires something greater than simply exhorting national governments such as Egypt to step up their own efforts.
The Biblical Basis for Putting Dignity and Respect at the Core of Any Poverty-Fighting Program
Kathryn Feliciano, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
If we truly believe that all people are made in the image of God, treating those we serve with dignity and respect must be at the core of any poverty-fighting program.
Business Tips From A Refugee Camp
Richard Davies, The Economist
Many of the Syrians who have fled to the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan have started companies there. Their business acumen would impress any management consultant.
How Trump Can Curb the Power of Unelected Regulators
Trey Kovacs and Daniel Cody, The Daily Signal
Do federal agencies face any limits on their power? Recently, a federal appeals court ruled that Richard Cordray’s position as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is unconstitutional in its design because the position wielded immense authority over American businesses and consumers with little to no checks on that power.