‘The USDA of Europe?’

Tim Burrack, vice chairman and board member of Truth About Trade & Technology, recently wrote a commentary for the Washington Times about the agriculture industry in the U.S. and how it is becoming more and more European. Continue Reading...

‘God’s Love with Work Gloves’

After a disaster strikes, very few organizations have the vast resources and expertise to feed so many people as Southern Baptist Disaster Relief. They have received praise from countless victims and organizations, including The American Red Cross. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 05.22.13

Economics, Politics, and the Kingdom of God Anne Bradley, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics The journey we are on in life matters for the future we are building. It matters for the work God has called us to accomplish. Continue Reading...

If Only Women Ran The World….

My persuasion can build a nation Endless power With our love we can devour You’ll do anything for me -Beyonce, “Run the World (Girls)” That’s the apparent fantasy of Democratic Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky of Illinois. Continue Reading...

Paying For College By Selling Yourself

There is no doubt that higher education is costly. Textbooks alone can run $1000 a semester for some undergraduates. Waiting tables and flipping burgers won’t cover those costs. With many parents just as strapped for cash as their children, how does one pay for a college diploma? Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 05.21.13

Are school vouchers losing steam? Abby Rapoport, Washington Post Vouchers have been at the center of the school choice movement for many reformers, but they may be in trouble. Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, but Not Your Homeschoolers Joseph Knippenberg, First Things The Romeike family, about whose case I previously posted, has lost its latest round in the federal courts. Continue Reading...