An interview with a Haitian peanut butter entrepreneur
Mark R. Weber, Poverty Inc
There was a time in the not-so-distant past when a U.S. food aid shipment of 500 metric tons of peanuts to feed 140,000 Haitian children would be celebrated without question. Times are changing.
US official warns ‘door for Christians in Iraq is closing’
Ines San Martin, Crux
A U.S. government official visiting Rome on Monday said that as a result of Islamic terrorist groups such as ISIS, the “door for Christians in Iraq is closing” and the window of time to prevent their eradication is narrowing.
Are We Still A Nation of Laws?
Nicholas Senz, Crisis Magazine
The root of republican democracy is the consent of the governed. Citizens elect representatives to make laws, and if laws are passed that are opposed to public sentiment, the citizens can respond by removing the legislators.
Federal Regulations Work Overtime To Kill American Prosperity
J.D. Tuccille, Reason.com
Overtime rules that reduce worker and employer flexibility will ensure that there are few jobs and less money to go around in the years to come.