What Happens When We Don’t Talk About Virtue
Andreas Kinneging, The Imaginative Conservative
Although man is corrupt by nature, he is capable of acquiring virtues. He is born with a number of dangerous instincts, but he is capable of tempering and sometimes even stifling those instincts so that they do not flower into evil.
The Best Argument for the Gold Standard
Tyler Cowen, Bloomberg Opinion
There’s no reason to believe central bankers will be as responsible in the next 40 years as they’ve been in the past 40.
How Socialists Will Usher In a New Hell on Earth
John Horvat II, Crisis Magazine
There are those who hate this charity and desire to destroy the structures by which these material blessings flow. Indeed, we may face the coming hell of an America without charity.
A Blockbuster Bestseller on God and Politics
Greg Forster, TGC
One of the biggest U.S. bestsellers of the 20th century, a Christian reflection on the modern world’s political and social crises, is almost unknown among Christians today.