Puerto Rico’s religious leaders call for federal debt intervention
Joshua Mcelwee, Vatican Insider
A coalition of religious leaders, including five Catholic bishops, called Monday for the U.S. Federal Reserve to step in and restructure Puerto Rico’s $72 billion debt.
The Truth About Wages in Right-to-Work States
Natalie Johnson, The Daily Signal
Private sector wages are not reduced in right-to-work states as union advocates have argued, according to a new report released Tuesday by The Heritage Foundation.
How America Lost Track of Ben Franklin’s Definition of Success
John Paul Rollert, The Atlantic
According to Franklin, what mattered in business was humility, restraint, and discipline. But today’s Type-A MBAs would find him qualified for little more than a career in middle management.
Hunter-Gatherer Economics and Sustainability
Arnold Kling, askblog
To many environmentalists, sustainability means leaving the world the way you found it. I think that this may reflect the instincts of a hunter-gatherer.