Black Pastors Are Breaking the Law to Get Hillary Clinton Elected
Emma Green, The Atlantic
According to a new survey from Pew Research Center, roughly 9 percent of people who have attended religious services in the last few months have heard clergy speak out in favor of a political candidate, and roughly 11 percent have heard clergy speak in opposition. What’s remarkable, though, is how much this is apparently happening at one particular kind of church: those run by black Protestants.
How Wal-Mart Serves the Poorest Americans
Tom Rogan, Opportunity Lives
Regularly lambasted as an enemy of working people and a destroyer of local communities, Wal-Mart isn’t exactly America’s favorite company. Yet if liberals were truly focused on raising opportunity for low-income Americans, they would shower Wal-Mart with praise.
The Pay Gap Myth and Other Lies That Won’t Die
Thomas Sowell, National Review
Rigorous research demonstrates that pay levels are determined by career decisions, not by the prejudices of employers.
Unpacking the Lies We Believe about Work (and the Biblical Truths to Counter Them)
Art Lindsley, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
The culture of a workplace influences the satisfaction of the people who work there. What is culture in this context? The values, attitudes, and actions of people from the top leadership on down. And all of these things are influenced by character.