Debate over poverty highlights talk of economics and the family
Michael O’Loughlin, Crux
Sparks flew between a labor leader and a free-market advocate about the best way to fight poverty during a discussion about the economy and families at Georgetown University Wednesday night.
We need the U.S. Commission on International Religious Liberty
Rob Schwarzwalder, The Stream
Religious liberty is a scarce commodity in most of the world. In its 2015 annual report, the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) says, “The horrors of the past year speak volumes about how and why religious freedom and the protection of the rights of vulnerable religious communities matter.”
Right to Work 2.0
Chris Abrams, RealClearPolicy
Right to Work 2.0 would allow people to start a new business without permission from government regulators, thereby reducing costs to both the state and the operator, saving workers money, increasing freedom of choice, and fostering innovation.
In The Common Core Era, Families Flock To Its Opposite
Joy Pullmann, The Federalist
Classical education has been growing inside the United States for several decades. Common Core’s entrance into public and private education has only accelerated the trend.