The Best and Worst Cities for School Choice
Amelia Hamilton, Reason.com
A recent report by the Thomas B. Fordham Institute ranking America’s best and worst cities for school choice includes two consistent winners—New Orleans and Washington, D.C.—at the top, and a trio of Texas cities in the bottom half of the 30 areas surveyed, with Albany, N.Y., bringing up the rear.
A group of Kenyan Muslims travelling on a bus ambushed by Islamist gunmen protected Christian passengers by refusing to be split into groups, according to eyewitnesses.
What Do Employers Owe Their Workers?
David Lapp, Family Studies
Many workers today adhere to a “one-way honor system”: they’re loyal employees, but expect little from employers.
2016 Appropriations Act Includes Focus On International Religious Liberty
Howard Friedman, Religion Clause
The massive Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016 signed into law by President Obama last week includes a number of provisions specifically relating to international religious freedom.