Nuns Challenge Obamacare’s Contraception Rule
Louise Radnofsky, Washington Wire
A public-interest law firm challenging the federal health law’s requirement that employers cover contraception in workers’ insurance plans has a new plaintiff: nuns.
No, Government Doesn’t Create The Free Market
Adam Milsap, Doublethink Online
One of the misunderstandings propagated by the existence of an expansive government is the idea that only government can accomplish the tasks it has set for itself.
Reader’s Digest Dropped Wallets in 19 Cities to Find out Which One Was the Most Honest
Megan Willett, Business Insider
Reader’s Digest wanted to know which world city was the most honest, so they “lost” 192 wallets around the world. In each of the 19 cities, they included a name, cellphone number, family photo, coupons, and business cards in the discarded wallet, as well as $50 in whichever currency the country used. They then left 12 wallets around each city near parks, shopping malls, and on sidewalks, and counted how many were returned.
Pope sounds alarm on anti-Christian persecution
John L. Allen, Jr., National Catholic Reporter
Three days after an attack on an Anglican church in Peshawar, Pakistan, left at least 85 people dead, Pope Francis on Wednesday urged Christians to an examination of conscience about their response to such acts of anti-Christian persecution.