Politics as the New Religion for Progressive Democrats
Emma Green, The Atlantic
Religiously unaffiliated voters, who may or may not be associated with other civic institutions, seem most excited about supporting or donating to causes, going to rallies, and expressing opinions online, among other activities.
Six Differences Between How Professionals and the Working Class See Their Daily Work
Jeff Haanen, Faith, Work & Culture
America is working pretty well for the top third of society. It’s the other two-thirds who are struggling.
Andrew Latham, Touchstone
The rise of the gnostic liberal state after Christianity.
Congress Strikes Back at Cronyism
Jerry Rogers, RealClearPolicy
Three cheers to Congress for getting this one right and for addressing a scandal that had sidelined a number of the biggest American tech companies.