Cuba’s proposed constitution cuts religious freedom
Diana Chandler, Baptist Press
Cuban pastors are resisting pressure to support a Feb. 24 constitutional referendum that further limits religious freedoms in the Communist nation, international religious liberty advocates said.
Private Education: The Key to Educating the Poor
Andrew Kern, Mises Wire
In a very limited sense, there is private education in the developed world, but almost always private schools are heavily regulated by the government.
How America (and the Church) Can Support Blue-Collar Workers
Hunter Beaumont, TGC
Economic piety ends up sounding something like this: as long as the economy as a whole is producing (GDP), we don’t care if each individual is able to produce.
Jean Baptiste Say on Why Property Rights Are the Key to Prosperity
Gary M. Galles, FEE
Jean Baptiste Say, the foremost French political economist in the early 1800s, offered one of the most eloquent defenses of property rights in history.