Ginsburg’s “Neutrality” over Religious Liberty
John M. Grondelski, Crisis Magazine
Both the majority and minority in the Peace Cross decision, I would claim, suffered from the same handicap: they are operating under a false reading of the First Amendment. That misreading implies that the First Amendment contains two religion clauses, not one.
Tugging at the Reins of the Administrative State
James R. Copland, City Journal
A Supreme Court decision suggests an interest in returning sole lawmaking powers to Congress—where they belong.
4 New Reasons to Fear a Universal Basic Income
Antony Sammeroff, Mises Wire
These are my arguments appealing specifically to libertarians rather than economic progressives.
C.S. Lewis on Greed, Selfishness, and Self-Interest
Art Lindsley, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Selfishness is an equal opportunity employer.