PowerLinks 03.09.18

Survey: Pope Francis is still popular, but warm feelings waning among conservatives Jack Jenkins, Religion News Service Five years after Pope Francis ascended to the papacy, a new survey of U.S. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 03.08.18

Mario Vargas Llosa: “political Correctness Is The Enemy Of Freedom” El Pais Besides writing prize-winning fiction, the Nobel Laureate has fought tirelessly for civil liberties. With his new book, ‘The Call of the Tribe,’ he promotes liberal thought and pays tribute to seven authors who embrace it. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 03.07.18

Of Pigs and Pupils: Fast Food, Modern Education, and the Growth of Classical (Christian) Schools Casey Shutt, Public Discourse The classical school approach offers a fundamentally different vision of education that families fed up with a factory approach to learning find compelling. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 03.06.18

Of Pigs and Pupils: Fast Food, Modern Education, and the Growth of Classical (Christian) Schools Casey Shutt, Public Discourse The classical school approach offers a fundamentally different vision of education that families fed up with a factory approach to learning find compelling. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 03.05.18

Modern free trade agreements are increasingly stuffed with protectionist measures Eshe Nelson, Quartz In fact, modern agreements can foster a sneaky sort of protectionism that benefits special interests like international banks, pharmaceutical companies, and multinational corporations. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 03.02.18

The Faithlessness of Public Education Anthony Esolen, Crisis Magazine Man must worship, man must obey: he is homo religiosus, whether he likes it or not. Is Free-Riding for Union Negotiations a Myth? Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 03.01.18

Why Conservatives Must Be Part of Reforming Criminal Justice Kyle Perisic, The Daily Signal “Republicans need to be working to make sure that all life matters,” whether that of a prison inmate, an unborn child, or an elderly person, said Walker, chairman of the Republican Study Committee. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 02.28.18

Why Do You Work? Stephen Nichols, Ligonier Ministries The psalmist wants us to make some connections between our work and issues of larger meaning. What “A Wrinkle in Time” Teaches Us About Good Government and Society Aryana Petrosky, Values & Capitalism On Camazotz and in other totalitarian projects of modernity, idolizing social equality can result in perversely attempting to make everyone “alike,” whether by enforced uniform religious belief or universal membership in a single socioeconomic class. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 02.27.18

Billy Graham Bore Witness for 99 Years Russell Moore, Wall Street Journal He was perhaps the most significant evangelist since the Apostle Paul. Haitian President Jovenel Moïse: What Oxfam’s ugly scandal reveals about aid and power in Haiti Jovenel Moïse, Washington Post We know exactly what we need in order for our country to develop, to become more self-reliant, to move away from aid dependence. Continue Reading...