School Choice: A Solution to Segregation
John Northdurft, Opportunity Lives
“No institution in America has done more to perpetuate segregation than public schools. Until 1954, segregated schools were legal in America and it was the standard practice in much of the South.”
Can Trump’s Religious Freedom Ambassador Actually Succeed?
Judd Birdsall, Foreign Policy
When it comes to religious tolerance, a skeptical world doesn’t believe America practices what it preaches.
Why Young People Fall For Socialism
George Leef, The Corner
A huge part of the socialist project, going back to the 19th century, was to capture the commanding heights of thought within society, from which the socialists would control the people’s beliefs.
Nigeria’s first ever corruption survey is as bad as most people imagined
Yomi Kazeem, Quartz
Corruption is bad in Nigeria—but just how bad? Thanks to the first ever large-scale household survey on corruption released last week by the country’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Nigerians finally have a idea. For the most part, it’s not good.