Subsidiarity and Trump’s Cabinet
Andy Smarick, Opportunity Lives
We might hope that the president’s preference for successful private-sector leaders would lead to non-technocratic policy-making. But Trump appears to have little aversion to a robust federal government, so long as he controls it.
Is Income Inequality Biblical?
Anne Bradley, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
It’s not the gifts that matter as much as how we apply them to this life.
The Goal of Socialists is Socialism — Not Prosperity
William L. Anderson, Mises Wire
The end of socialism is not a higher living standard or even making life better for the poor, as much as a socialist will talk about the well-being of poor people. No, the end of socialism is socialism, or to better put it, the ideal of socialism.
Religious Freedom Could Top Sessions Civil Rights Priorities
Sadie Gurman, Associated Press
Exactly how Sessions will approach the issue remains to be seen, but he has given [conservative Christians] plenty of reasons to be hopeful.