Less Than Half in U.S. Would Vote for a Socialist for President
Justin Mccarthy, Gallup
Less than half of Americans (47%) say they would vote for a qualified presidential candidate who is a socialist — the same percentage Gallup found in 2015. A socialist candidate is the only one among a dozen hypothetical candidates about whom a minority of Americans say they are willing to give their vote.
Should Christians Try to Become Rich?
Greg Phelan, TGC
The biblical and historical evidence is that God does not primarily—or even frequently—advance his kingdom through philanthropy.
‘Humanity 2.0’ answers pope’s call for entrepreneurs with a conscience
Elise Harris, Crux
Pope Francis often has praised entrepreneurs for their creativity, zeal and commitment to the projects they launch, and he’s advocated for these personalities to employ their talents to tackle global problems such as poverty and inequality.
How Big Tech Threatens Economic Liberty
Hal Singer, The American Conservative
Under the current power dynamics, entrepreneurs are often faced with two options: sell out or get crushed.