Samuel Gregg: History has its eyes on Alexander Hamilton

“’The American Cape,’ sculpture of Alexander Hamilton, in Hamilton, Ohio.” by OZinOH (CC BY-NC 2.0) Establishing a lasting and free county is no easy task. “The process of ordering freedom is never simple,” Samuel Gregg writes in a new article for Public Discourse, “Formally ratifying a constitution isn’t the end of the process. Continue Reading...

Religion & Liberty: Growing pains in the romance lands

For our first issue of 2018, the R&L editorial board wanted to put together a very special “green” issue. We traveled across the country and talked to many experts to bring you essays, interviews, reviews and more, focusing on the environment, good stewardship and the importance of property rights. Continue Reading...

News: Alex Chafuen joins Acton Institute to lead international outreach

Alejandro A. “Alex” Chafuen, longtime president of Washington-based Atlas Network, is joining the Acton Institute on January 1 as its Managing Director, International. “As one of our founding board members and earliest supporters, Alex has been an important part of the Acton Institute’s work and mission since day one,” said Acton Institute Executive Director Kris Mauren. Continue Reading...

Report: Acton Institute No. 1 in West Michigan nonprofit ranking

In a survey of local charities and nonprofits in the West Michigan region, WZZM TV found that the Acton Institute topped 45 other organizations. David Bailey, an investigative reporter for the Grand Rapids, Michigan-based ABC affiliate, used data from the Charity Navigator nonprofit watchdog organization to compile his ranking. Continue Reading...