3 Plates to Spin in the Vocation Conversation
Bernard N. Howard, TGC
Sometimes to understand the Bible rightly we need to be like a circus performer who keeps different plates spinning on sticks. Continue Reading...
Civil Asset Forfeiture Unjustly Targets the Poor
Julian Adorney, FEE
Rather than expand the practice, Trump’s Department of Justice should end an institution that punishes the poor and erodes due process. Continue Reading...
What’s Wrong with Inequality?
John Tamny , Library of Law and Liberty
Not asked enough is what’s so bad about inequality in the first place? Conard asks, and correctly notes that those whose economic exploits lead to greater inequality “improve the future.” Yes, they do. Continue Reading...
Pope Well-Intentioned But Misguided on Climate Change
William O’Keefe, E21
Pope Francis, a holy man whose life and values can serve as a model for all, has become convinced that human activities involving fossil use are the cause of recent hurricanes. Continue Reading...
The Answer to Consumerism Is a Changed Heart, Not New Laws
Andrew Spencer, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Critics of the free-market approach sometimes confuse a free-market economic system with consumerism. Continue Reading...
Has First Things Given Up on Freedom?
John Zmirak, The Stream
Rusty Reno just published a long piece at his magazine, First Things. It’s a kind of defense of why he has shifted the magazine’s editorial stance on politics and economics. Continue Reading...
The Core of Liberty Is Economic Liberty
Deirdre N. McCloskey, FEE
Indeed, economic liberty is the liberty about which most ordinary people care.
Why religious liberty matters for creativity
Jason Thacker, ERLC
Religious liberty is a right given to each person by God and must be used responsibly. Continue Reading...
We Are More Than A Match For Hurricanes
Matt Ridley, The Times
Whether or not tropical storms are becoming fiercer, our growing wealth and ingenuity helps us to survive them.
Rights Talk Fails the Christian Baker
Armen Oganessian, Ethika Politika
“In a prosperous society, which rights does the individual keep and which must he give up?”
Obama Gutted Work Requirements for Welfare. Continue Reading...
Dear Anti-Market Conservatives: Meet Wilhelm Röpke
Samuel Gregg, Library of Law and Liberty
Though conservatives are often portrayed as strong supporters of the free market, not all of them are. Now and in the past, many individuals have happily embraced the conservative label while expressing strong reservations about, if not outright rejection of, market economies. Continue Reading...
Political Divisions in U.S. Are Widening, Long-Lasting, Poll Shows
Janet Hook, Wall Street Journal
WSJ/NBC News survey indicates a wide split on cultural, economic issues.
How Prices Promote Peace
Matthew McCaffrey, FEE
No institutions more effectively promote peace than the institutions of the market economy. Continue Reading...