Refugees: Prudence isn’t Cruel and Tokenism Is Not Virtue
John Mark N. Reynolds, Eidos
A state must act (somewhat) more prudently than an individual. A state must recognize unintended consequences to even the most charitable acts.
The human right to school choice
Wilton D. Gregory and Jim Kelly, Washington Times
Public funding for private schools would benefit everyone.
China accused of trying to ‘co-opt and emasculate’ Christianity
Tom Phillips and Harriet Sherwood, The Guardian
Secretive conference to assess future of rapidly growing faith triggers concerns Communist party may seek to bring church in line with state agenda.
Prosecute global warming skeptics?
Gene Veith, Cranach
A group of 20 scientists is urging the president to prosecute scientists and organizations that question global warming. Now a Rasmussen survey has found that 27% of Democrats agree with that approach. So do 11% of Republicans and 12% of Independents.