Is Religious Freedom in the National Interest?
Peter Berger, The American Interest
One would think so if one looks at its place in official Washington.
How These States Ensure Welfare Dollars Aren’t Used for Alcohol, Lottery Tickets
Melissa Quinn, The Daily Signal
A new state law in Maine went into effect last month prohibiting welfare recipients from purchasing items like alcohol, lottery tickets, and tattoos with their welfare funds.
The 3 Preconditions for an Entrepreneurial Society
Julian Birkinshaw, Harvard Business Review
For the entrepreneurial society to properly take hold, we need three things as individuals: means, motive, and opportunity.
Capitalism Is About the Rest of Us, Not the Wealthy
Mark J. Perry, FEE
It’s an important and powerful insight that a disproportionate share of the benefits of capitalism, free markets, innovation, new products, trade, and technological advances go to the average person, and not to the wealthy as progressives like Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders would have us believe.