How Market Principles Will Help Make Food Banks More Efficient This Thanksgiving
Max Lies, The Daily Signal
With Thanksgiving around the corner, charitable food banks across America are gearing up for their busiest donation season. Individuals and local firms supply a lot of the food, but donations also come by the truckload from major manufacturers and suppliers like Kraft, Con-Agra, and Walmart.
Socialism in America?
David T. Koyzis, First Things
Why then have Americans lost their fear of socialists such that many are prepared to put one in the Oval Office? The major reason, I believe, is that the generation that lived through the totalitarian experiments of the last century is gradually passing from the scene.
Immigration and the moral status of borders
Luke Bretherton, Reformation 21
In debates about immigration a crucial issue is the moral and political status of borders. Do we think borders are good or bad, a necessary evil or a moral necessity?
Strong Families, Prosperous States
Elise Daniel, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
According to Bradford Wilcox, director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia, the retreat from marriage has increased child poverty and inequality, hitting low-income families the hardest.