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The Paradise Papers: A moral assessment of tax havens from Richard Teather

To hear politicians across the Atlantic tell it, the dark specter of Paradise is haunting the world. The Paradise Papers reveal precisely how wealthy individuals and corporations – including the Queen of England, U2’s sainted front man Bono, the less-than-saintly Madonna, and scores of others – have used offshore tax havens to limit their tax liability. Continue Reading...

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The Free Market Levels the Playing Field Jacob G. Hornberger, Mises Wire Even though they would never admit it openly, this leftist/progressive/liberal concept is rooted in envy and covetousness. They just cannot stand the fact that some people have more than they do. Continue Reading...
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Edmund Burke’s conservative case for free markets

“Conservatives who believe that free markets are the most optimal of imperfect economic systems thus need to rethink about how to integrate their case for markets into the broader conservative agenda,” says Samuel Gregg in this week’s Acton Commentary. Continue Reading...

Beyond consumer Christianity: Equipping the church for cultural transformation

Modern evangelicalism’s recent fondness for “church shopping” (or “church hopping”) has led to plenty of perpetual daydreams about the “perfect church” that checks the right boxes of comfortability and convenience. In turn, many are falling prey to consumeristic tendencies and attitudes that influence their thought and action well beyond Sunday mornings. Continue Reading...

5 Facts about the Russian Revolution

This week is the hundredth anniversary of the second Russian Revolution, one of the most transformative political events in the history of the modern world. Here are five facts you should know about the world’s most destructive revolution: 1. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 11.08.17

The Never Ending Battle of Ideas Between Capitalism and Socialism Marian Tupy, Reason.com The U.S. may have won the cold war, but the ideological struggle never ended. The human cost of land regulation Vanessa Brown Calder, CapX Zoning regulations give local government huge amounts of discretionary power. Continue Reading...
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