GOP in Congress to offer $5 billion education tax credit
Ingrid Jacques, The Detroit News
The Trump administration is following through on a campaign promise to expand K-12 school choice for families, which it is calling a “historic investment in America’s students.”
Everyday People Are Reducing Poverty—Not Big Government
Jake Grant, FEE
People, not the government, are making huge strides in addressing the needs of their communities and uprooting the cycles of poverty.
The Trouble in Getting to Denmark
Mark Koyama and Noel D. Johnson, Cato Unbound
If we are interested in the rise of liberal societies and liberal principles such as freedom of expression, then we have to understand how society came to adopt new political and economic institutions that were largely separated from religious doctrines. That is, we need to explain the rise of religious freedom.
Why People No Longer Consider Work a ‘Calling’
Art Lindsley, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
The Bible teaches that you are called out of your own selfishness to love and serve God and others in specific ways.