State Lotteries and the Government’s Betrayal of the Poor
Ray Nothshine , Alabama Policy Institute
In the American tradition, the government is supposed to promote the common good and protect the rights of all citizens, especially the vulnerable. The success of lotteries, of course, depends upon the participation of the poor and vulnerable.
Norman Borlaug. He saved a billion lives
After graduation, he worked for DuPont developing crops instead of military service in World War II. His life’s work had begun. He was 30 years old. He would receive the Nobel Peace Prize in 1970 for saving a billion lives.
Justice Reform: Georgia’s Bipartisan Cinderella Story
Rachel Lu, The Federalist
Fiscally sound policies can be compassionate and humane. Just look at Georgia, where prison populations are down after initial justice reform.
When Thomas Jefferson Read the Qur’an
David Forte , Library of Law and Liberty
In this work with the eye-startling title, Thomas Jefferson’s Qur’an: Islam and the Founders, Spellberg investigates all manner of references among the founding generation to Islam.