In a possible bid to balance potential controversy, a reform package prepared by the government may also include steps regarding the historic Halki Seminary.
Logic: What’s Missing from Public Discourse
Randall B. Smith, Crisis Magazine
What often passes for public discourse in contemporary society is really just a simulacrum, an imitation, of real “discourse” in the sense of a “reasoned exchange of ideas.”
Paul Ryan Isn’t Wrong On Poverty. But The Media Is.
Amy Otto, The Federalist
For all the relentless focus the Democrats have put on the welfare state, their results could be accurately described as “left-wing warriors crusading for taxpayer dollars to line the pockets of government employees to maintain the poor.”
How Net Neutrality Hurts the Poor
Eli Dourado, The Umlaut
You may think that walled-garden access to Facebook or Google is inferior to neutral Internet access—and you’d be right. But if the neutralistas got their way, people in developing countries wouldn’t have better Internet access; many of them would have nothing.