Pokemon Go and the Kindness of Strangers
Alexi Sargeant, First Things
What is Pokémon Go? Is it the epitome of decadence? Evidence of America’s precipitous decline? No. Every popular game has its naysayers, but a doom-and-gloom attitude is harder to justify when a game is pulling players out into the sunlight to discover the places and people around them—and to do some good deeds to strangers in the process.
“Buy Local” Would Even Spoil Farmers Markets
Joseph S. Diedrich, FEE
The market’s popularity, variety, energy owe themselves to trade and to quality—not to locality.
Society profits from universities like Biola that produce ethical thinkers who can contribute to the marketplace of ideas. As a student who has benefitted greatly from receiving a distinctively Christian education, I am concerned by recent governmental threats to such institutions.
Profit Maximization: A Much Abused Doctrine
Anthony de Jasay, Library of Economics and Liberty
Business education tends to produce zombies with self-contradictory minds.