US Pastor’s House Arrest in Turkey Puts Religious Freedom in the Spotlight
Olivia Enos and Sarah Roberts , The Daily Signal
After significant international pressure from the United States and other nations, American pastor Andrew Brunson was finally released from prison to house arrest after a Turkish court ruling last Wednesday. That’s a step forward—but it’s not enough.
Can the State Reduce Poverty?
Henry Hazlitt, Mises Institute
From the beginning of history, sincere reformers as well as demagogues have sought to abolish or at least to alleviate poverty through state action. In most cases their proposed remedies have only served to make the problem worse.
The topsy turvy logic of Trump’s trade tirades
Tim Harford, The Undercover Economist
Mr Trump complains of “Trade Abuse”, saying that other countries “impose massive Tariffs and Trade Barriers” while “sending their product into our country tax free”. This is narrowly true, broadly false and wholly absurd.
Aldo Leopold’s Ecological Conservatism
R.M. Stangler, The American Conservative
He shows us how to reject a politics that destroys, whether its target is our landscapes or our culture.