The Alfie Evans case shows liberal individualism has gone too far
Megan McArdle, Washington Post
It was startling to watch so many people ask, essentially, why we should prefer the opinion of the woman who gave birth to Alfie, over that of disinterested experts, as to what was in the best interest of the child. Continue Reading...
Private Sector, Not Government, Is Key to Job Creation
Michael R. Strain, Bloomberg View
Bernie Sanders is all wrong, but federal policies can encourage work.
Study: Clinton Voters Twice as Likely to Leave Evangelicalism as Trump Voters
Paul A. Continue Reading...
The Economic Case for Free Trade Is Stronger Than Ever
Daniel W. Drezner, Reason.com
But working-class identity politics threaten to ruin everything.
Gifts From God
Ariana Eunjung Cha, Washington Post
How religion is coming to terms with modern fertility methods. Continue Reading...
America Must Lead the Way on Religious Freedom
Andrea Picciotti-Bayer, RealClearReligion
Religious freedom stands for the ultimate bulwark against totalitarianism. No matter how much control the government has, no matter the regime, religious freedom testifies that there is a source of authority beyond the state. Continue Reading...
The First Amendment Didn’t Separate Church and State—Christianity Did
Paul R. DeHart, Public Discourse
It was Christianity, not modernity, that separated church and state. It was modernity, not Christianity, that sought to bind them back together. Continue Reading...
Bishops warn Venezuela is headed for a ‘humanitarian catastrophe’
Inés San Martín, Crux
Venezuela Is Living A “history Of Death,” According To The Country’s Catholic Bishops, Who Released A Statement On Monday Asserting That Upcoming National Elections, Set For May 20, Lack Legitimacy. Continue Reading...
5,000 Pastors Rally to Defend Housing Tax Break
Kate Shellnut, Christianity Today
Appeal: Exemptions do more than just save pastors $800 million a year.
Millennial entrepreneurs understand the power of profit
Sophie Sandor, CapX
Free-market capitalism is where it is happening for my generation of entrepreneurs. Continue Reading...
The Ugly Coded Critique of Chick-Fil-A’s Christianity
Stephen L. Carter, Bloomberg View
The fast-food chain’s “infiltration” of New York City ignores the truth about religion in America. It also reveals an ugly narrow-mindedness. Continue Reading...
Nuns on cause of human trafficking: ‘Money, money, money!’
Claire Giangravè, Crux
“Money, money, money” was the motto repeated by religious sisters at a conference in Rome. No, they weren’t quoting the 1976 hit song by ABBA, but pointing to the main cause of human trafficking, one of the most profitable businesses in the world. Continue Reading...