Economic Liberty and the Constitution
Paul J. Larkin Jr., The Daily Signal
Recently, there has been a renewed interest in the question whether the Constitution protects individual economic activity without undue—some might say any—government regulation or interference.
The Catholic Church Explains Sexual Mores—With Economics
Emma Green, The Atlantic
A new report from the Vatican softens its rhetoric on homosexuality, divorce, and pre-marital sex, arguing that they are shaped by financial instability. What does this mean?
Freedom and Flourishing in Hong Kong
Anne Bradley, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Hong Kong has retained some institutions that set it apart from Communist China. Its inclination toward greater trade and free expression has generated a level of prosperity that the mainland cannot attain with its burdensome regulations.
We All Want Freedom. But What Is the Highest Form of Freedom?
Orion D. Jones, Big Think
With midterm elections drawing near, what differentiates our two main political parties? Both profess a love of freedom but understand the world differently.