Should Courts Get to Define Religion?
Michael O’Loughlin, The Atlantic
The Massachusetts Supreme Court will decide whether a local shrine should be tax-exempt—a decision that could have broad implications for faith organizations in America.
The Best (and Worst) Cities for School Choice
Evan Smith, Opportunity Lives
School choice works. But it takes more than good intentions to succeed. Talent, leadership, infrastructure, culture and money are all key variables in the equation. The product is an environment that fosters educational opportunity.
How Cheap Energy Helps American Families
The American Interest
Oil and gas prices have fallen quite a bit since the summer of 2014—Brent crude has dropped 66 percent over the past 21 months while the Henry Hub natural gas benchmark price fell 62 percent over the same period.
The Myth That Regulation Can Stop Financial Crises
Mollie McNeill, The Daily Signal
Regulation doesn’t prevent financial crises—a fact that the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act conveniently ignored.