The Crisis In International Religious Freedom
David D. Corey, First Things
The vital question is why the number of countries committing and supporting religious persecution is growing so rapidly. The number of CPSs has nearly doubled in a year. What lies behind this startling trend?
Supreme Court Justices Get More Liberal As They Get Older
Oliver Roeder, FiveThirtyEight
A typical justice nominated by a Republican president starts out at age 50 as an Antonin Scalia and retires at age 80 as an Anthony Kennedy. A justice nominated by a Democrat, however, is a lifelong Stephen Breyer.
Thirty-three out of Africa’s 54 countries have shown improvements in the way they are governed over the last four years, research has found.
Uber, Millennials And The Struggle For The Free Market
Tom Rogan, Opportunity Lives
Unfortunately, from Frankfurt to Paris, Madrid to Rome, Sao Paulo to San Francisco, London to New York and beyond, ride-sharing firms are under attack from increasingly aggressive enemies.