Does Economic Inequality Matter?
Bruce Frohnen, The Imaginative Conservative
It is tempting to laugh off or even sneer at all this hand-wringing over the inevitable fact of inequality. Indeed, “inequality” may be taken as a whiner’s word for “variety.”
Why Religious Colleges Should Worry About This New Ruling
Mark Bauerlein, First Things
Last month, the National Labor Relations Board issued an important ruling that promises to land in the courts. The ensuing decision may be as momentous as the Yeshiva case of 1980, which determined that tenured and tenure-track faculty members have managerial status and cannot unionize. The new ruling opens the way for more professors in post-secondary institutions to unionize, including religious schools.
Does Immigration Harm Working Americans?
David Frum, The Atlantic
Many economists say no—but they may be too glib.
Home Schooling: More Pupils, Less Regulation
Motoko Rich, New York Times
Until recently, Pennsylvania had one of the strictest home-school laws in the nation.