Co-producer, Mark Weber, explains how “Poverty, Inc.” interviewed over 200 people in 20 countries to understand foreign aid.
Obama Administration Admits It Could Have Respected Nuns’ Rights After All
Sarah Torre, The Daily Signal
It may have taken five years, numerous regulatory updates, hundreds of legal battles, and two trips to the Supreme Court, but the government has finally admitted that, well, maybe it was wrong about the Health and Human Services mandate.
The Problem with Sanders’ “Moral Economy”
Israel Ortega, Opportunity Lives
For Sanders, a moral economy is predicated on big government redistributive policies that treat corporations and free enterprise essentially as enemies of the people: “Let us wage a moral and political war against the billionaires and corporate leaders, on Wall Street and elsewhere, whose policies and greed are destroying the middle class of America.”
The Economy Grew Last Year, But Poor Americans Needed More Charity
Real Time Economics
While broad economic measures improved last year, one measure of the acute needs of poor Americans worsened.