PowerLinks 10.03.16

Religious freedom on campus: What students can and can’t do Candi Cushman, ERLC How would you respond if one of these scenarios happened to your child, or to a student in your youth group? Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 09.30.16

House OKs Plan for $170 Million to Fix Flint Water System Alan Fram, Associated Press The House easily approved an election-year plan Wednesday to provide $170 million to help Flint, Michigan, rebuild its lead-poisoned water system, as Congress moved toward addressing a public health catastrophe that became an acrimonious partisan dispute. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 09.29.16

Religious Freedom: The Basis for Human Rights . . . and the Survival of Christians in the Middle East Ignatius Joseph III Younan, Public Discourse It is time for the international community to respond to the plight of Christians in the middle east. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 09.28.16

How a Dutch Prime Minister Changed My Life Bruce Ashford, TGC This one book shaped the way I think and live; I carry its ideas with me every day. Millions in U.S. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 09.27.16

The three A’s of religious liberty Andrew T. Walker, ERLC Religious liberty can be a difficult concept to wrap our heads around. Secular individuals view it as a religious idea while religious individuals view it as a political idea. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 09.24.16

Why Moscow’s most iconic church used to be a swimming pool Marius Mortsiefer and Kerstin Pelzer, DW The Soviets blew up Moscow’s once majestic Cathedral of Christ the Savior. Now, its golden cupolas shine again in Moscow. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 09.23.16

Protectionism Is Theft Wrapped in Flags Donald J. Boudreaux, FEE Buyers will not bind themselves in this way in exchange for nothing. Clinton’s anti-poverty plan Angela Rachidi, AEI Ideas One can’t help but think that Clinton missed an opportunity here. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 09.22.16

Census Bureau retreats from report showing stagnant rural incomes Max Ehrenfreund, Washington Post When a Census Bureau report last week announced a record increase in the typical American household’s annual income last year, the good news came with a caveat. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 09.21.16

Are American Christians Really ‘Persecuted’? K.A. Ellis, Christianity Today If our overseas brothers and sisters say we are, then we probably are. Child Poverty Has Plummeted in the Last 20 Years—Here’s Why Daniel Huizinga, Opportunity Lives A new report by the Manhattan Institute’s Scott Winship shows child poverty has actually declined substantially over 20 years. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 09.20.16

Pope Francis says corruption as addictive as drugs Inés San Martín, Crux “Corruption produces addiction, and it generates poverty, exploitation, suffering. And how many victims there are in the world today!” Pope Francis said on Sunday, returning to an anti-corruption theme that’s been a cornerstone of his social teaching from the beginning. Continue Reading...