Major League Baseball’s human-trafficking problem
Dara Lind, Vox
Cuba is one of the biggest sources of international baseball talent. But, because of the US embargo, most Cuban players have to use smugglers to get themselves to the United States. What’s more, due to a quirk in Major League Baseball rules around contracts, those Cuban players often first have to travel to a third country, like Mexico — a difficult process.
The Heart of the Gendercide Problem
Elizabeth Gerhardt, Christianity Today
What the church can do to address the issues underlying global violence against women.
The Illusion of Neutrality
Anthony Esolen, Public Discourse
The secular state cannot be neutral in matters of religion.
A Tale of Two Churches
Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I., Aleteia
What happens when the State establishes itself as a rival religion through administrative coercion?