Bloody Religion Versus Bloody Secularism
James R. Rogers, Law and Liberty
If we ask what was the greater source of violence in the 20th century, secularism has to trump religion every time.
Saving Nigeria’s Christians
Tamara Winter, Washington Times
The focus on Boko Haram — both in Washington D.C. and in Abuja — risks leaving the wider religious conflict in Nigeria unaddressed. The reality on the ground is Christians in the Middle Belt face persecution, violence, intimidation and, increasingly, death.
Now we know the average American’s credit card balance
Dan Kopf, Quartz
The data show that whether a person owns a credit card diverges hugely by age, income, and education.
Oxfam’s inequality claims aren’t just misleading. They’re untrue
Tim Worstall, CapX
Oxfam have completely misread the research that forms the basis of their argument on inequality.