The Triumph of Capitalism
R.R. Reno, First Things
Since the fall of the Soviet Union, free markets have ruled without much in the way of resistance. As a consequence, for the most part our political problems now involve coming to terms with the global triumph of capitalism.
Electric Cars and Crony Federalism
Rich Tucker, The Foundry
The bottom line is that governments shouldn’t be using taxpayer dollars to push certain products or technologies.
Business, Entrepreneurship, And A Vatican Think Tank
Alejandro Chafuen, Forbes
Ambition Explains America: From Benjamin Franklin to Ronald Reagan
Rich Danker, Public Discourse
As an essential part of our character and a reason for our nation’s exceptionalism, ambition in America has been portrayed both as a sentiment to be contained and a virtue to be cultivated.
Religion: A Public or a Private Right?
Susan Hanssen, Public Discourse
Our public debate about religious liberty is missing a clear definition of religion. The absence of that definition has generated confusion, frustration, shrill voices, and short tempers.
Subsidies For Big Hollywood Hurt Middle Class
Jarrett Skorup, AFF Doublethink Online
Work Is the Best Way Out of Poverty, Most Americans Agree
Ashley Shelton, The Foundry
Most Americans believe “work is the best solution for poverty,” according to a recent Rasmussen Report. A full 80 percent of Americans agree with this statement (9 percent disagree and 11 percent are undecided).
Wealth from A Christian Perspective
Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work & Economics
A sincere young man who was just starting his career asked, “As I continue to work and earn more money, should I at some point restrict the amount of my income?”
School voucher bill headed to full Texas Senate
Will Weissert, Houston Chronicle