Rule of Law: The Great Foundation of Our Constitution
Matthew Spalding, The Imaginative Conservative
The rule of law may be the most significant and influential accomplishment of Western constitutional thinking. The very meaning and structure of our Constitution embody this principle. Nowhere expressed yet evident throughout the Constitution, this bedrock concept is the first principle on which the American legal and political system was built.
The Simple Lesson We Should Learn from Global Economics
Daniel J. Mitchell, The Federalist
Hopefully you can understand why I have a tiny (very tiny) degree of sympathy for my left-wing friends. It can’t be easy to hold views that are so inconsistent with global evidence.
The Subtle Sins of the Workplace
John Kyle, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Most of our sins are subtle and barely perceptible. In the workplace, they might involve casting dispersions and stirring up controversy, gossiping about a colleague, or fudging our timecard.
ISIS terror threat gives impetus to ‘just war,’ strategists say
David Roach, Baptist Press
With ISIS beheading a second American journalist and controlling a large section of Iraq and Syria, analysts say military action against the terrorist group aligns with traditional just war principles.