Church vs. Chavez Highlighted Power of a Faithful Fight Against Tyrants
Bridget Johnson, PJ Media
Venezuela’s clerics didn’t fear tangling with the ruler when moral principles and human rights were on the line.
Michigan Gets Flying Monkeys for $40 Million
Bruce Edward Walker, Mackinac Center
As reported this week in Michigan Capitol Confidential, Michigan taxpayers shelled out a cool $40 million in tax credits to the House of Mouse for the perceived benefits of filming the movie “Oz: The Great and Powerful” in our state.
Natural Law, Public Policy, and the Uncanny Voice of Conscience: An Orthodox Response to David Bentley Hart
Dylan Pahman, Ethika Politika
That primarily conscience, in addition to reason, testifies to the dictates of the law of nature constitutes an essential presupposition of the natural law tradition.
The Constitution & its benefits to Christians in America
Stephen Douglas Wilson, Baptist Press
March 4 is the 224th anniversary of the United States operating under its Constitution.
Law: The Command of Reason
Rev. Ted Martin, Ethika Politika
The Moral Case for Capitalism: More than Utility
Jacqueline Otto, Values & Capitalism
If we focus too much on the utility of capitalism, we miss its beauty and elegance.
Becket Fund: HHS Makes a “Theological Judgment” with Mandate
Bart Gingerich, Juicy Ecumenism
Former Swiss Guard: Benedict, John Paul had personal touch
Dugald McConnell and Brian Todd, CNN
Andreas Widmer knew two men – one who was pope and one who would succeed him – who despite their immense responsibilities were keen to the spiritual needs of the people around them. The sort of people others might hardly notice.