The Privilege of Freedom
Daniel Hannan, Intercollegiate Review
My friend told me something about the visit that I had never considered before. He said, “You know, the Holy Father never once directly criticized the Communist authorities. He didn’t have to. He just offered something better.” That, I think, should be the creed of conservatives: Just offer something better.
We need to reward work, not just make it more miserable to be unemployed or poor
James Pethokoukis, AEI Ideas
One government program that many conservatives like — especially vs. the minimum wage — is the Earned Income Tax Credit, the federal subsidy for low-income, working households.
Onward, Christian Health Care?
Molly Worthen, New York Times
Could this model scale up? These ministries seem to achieve a remarkable level of member satisfaction, even if they sometimes must portion out reimbursements when the bills outstrip monthly contributions.
The FCC’s chairman just proposed the strongest network neutrality rules yet
Timothy B. Lee, Vox
Tom Wheeler, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, just announced new regulations that will provide strong protections for network neutrality.