What Went Wrong With Human Rights
James Taranto, Wall Street Journal
The conflation of ‘natural law’ with ‘positive law’ handed communism a philosophical victory after the end of the Cold War.
Why Personal Character Matters for Public Office
Nearly two decades after President Bill Clinton was impeached on charges surrounding a sexual harassment lawsuit, the American people remain deeply ambivalent about whether a political leader’s personal behavior has public import.
A Closer Look at How the Opioid Epidemic Affects Employment
Janet Currie and Molly Schnell, Harvard Business Review
Inevitably, the effects of this crisis touch multiple aspects of people’s lives: their families, their communities, and, of course, their workplaces. One narrative suggests that addiction leads to job loss and lower labor force participation.
Work, Dignity, and the Source of Our True Value
Daniel Darling, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Work whispers in our ears that we are God-like, without a need for rest.