The Free Market Levels the Playing Field
Jacob G. Hornberger, Mises Wire
Even though they would never admit it openly, this leftist/progressive/liberal concept is rooted in envy and covetousness. They just cannot stand the fact that some people have more than they do. They won’t be happy until everyone who has more than they do has been “equalized” down to their level.
The public’s views of local job availability continue to improve. Currently, 50% of Americans say there are plenty of jobs available in their communities – the highest number saying that jobs are plentiful in Pew Research Center surveys dating to 2001.
Growing Number of Americans Oppose Government Regulation of Social Media
Rob Bluey, The Daily Signal
Facebook, Twitter, and Google are facing pressure from Congress, although Americans are skeptical of the government regulation.
Why Relationships Are Key to Helping the Poor
Andrew Spencer, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
When there are legitimate material needs in the communities around us, we have a gospel obligation to meet them.