Is Caring for the Poor Too Big for the Church?
Kristin Hansen, Institute for Faith, Work & Economics
How are Christians to think through this question from a sound Biblical and economic perspective? We know the Bible teaches we are to care for the poor, but how can we do that most effectively?
What Silent Cal Could Tell Romney
Charles C. Johnson, City Journal
Lessons from the last Republican Massachusetts governor turned presidential nominee.
Religious Liberty and the Pursuit of the Common Good
Tim Høiland, Comment
At a time of increased secularization, heightened tensions between adherents of different faiths, and the inevitable tensions that result, how should governments go about protecting religious liberty for all?
Is Capitalism “Pro-Business?”
Steve Horwitz, LearnLiberty.org
Pro-business legislation restricts progress and therefore caters to the interests of industry rather than to consumers, whereas “supporters of free markets are ultimately pro-human and pro-people because it is through markets that we get the most innovation and we get the most goods and the cheapest prices.”