John Stuart Mill’s Intolerant Faith and the Religion of Liberalism
Samuel Gregg, Public Discourse
John Stuart Mill foreshadows the deeply intolerant faith and agenda of contemporary liberalism.
The US Supreme Court just ruled that using social media is a constitutional right
Ephrat Livni, Quartz
Public space in the digital age has no shape and no physical place. But the US Supreme Court is now sorting out what that means for free-speech rights. T
Trump faces his biggest trade decision yet
Damian Paletta and Ana Swanson, Washington Post
The White House is on the cusp of a major decision about whether to impose new restrictions on steel imports, a choice that has divided President Trump’s administration while sparking global fears about a burgeoning trade war.
U.S. bishops vote to make religious freedom committee permanent
Matt Hadro, Catholic News Service
During their annual spring general assembly in Indianapolis, U.S. bishops voted to make their Ad Hoc Committee on Religious Liberty permanent. The committee was created in 2011 as concerns over limitations to religious liberty increased on the local and national level.