Capitalism, after all, is a system that requires a level of comfort with inequalities in material outcomes.
New political party says its roots are in Catholic Social Teaching
Charles C. Camosy, Crux
Principles such as the dignity of each human being from conception to natural death, environmental stewardship, a just foreign policy, solidarity and subsidiarity, don’t require Catholic faith. Many members arrive at them through Protestant sources such as Kuyperian thought, through secular pro-life work, and many other ways.
Socialism isn’t a recipe for prosperity
Daniel J. Mitchell, CapX
Investment depends on more than tax policy and the rule of law.
What ‘Emotional Labor’ Actually Means
Julie Beck, The Atlantic
The term has become a central part of an important conversation around the division of household labor. But the sociologist who coined it says it’s being used incorrectly.