The Free Market: It’s Like Uber, But for Everything
Robert Tracinski, The Federalist
If it sometimes seems like it’s impossible to restore the free market, as if every new wave of government regulation is irreversible, then consider that one form of regulation, which is common in the most dogmatically big-government enclaves in the country, is being pretty much completely dismantled before our eyes. And it’s the hippest thing ever.
A Millennial’s Take on Godly Civil Disobedience
Bryan Ballas, Juicy Ecumenism
So was Kim Davis in the right? To answer this question we must approach the issue from two angles: the authority of government and the duty of the Christian in the face of unjust orders.
Right To Work 2.0: A Vision For New Business And Economic Growth
Jay Caruso, Opportunity Lives
Big business loves regulation because it prevents competition. Amazon, Home Depot, Best Buy, and other big online retailers support an Internet sales tax because smaller online retailers will have difficulty complying.
Seven-in-ten people globally live on $10 or less per day
Rakesh Kochhar, Pew Research
Following his election in March 2013, Pope Francis wasted little time in conveying his great unease with the state of global poverty and inequality.