EPA Finds No Widespread Water Pollution From Fracking
Steve Everley, The Daily Signal
A landmark report from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, released earlier this month, finally puts that talking point to bed. After more than half a decade of study, the EPA concluded that “the number of identified cases of drinking water contamination is small” compared to the total number of hydraulically fractured wells.
Bitcoin Economics in One Lesson
John Blocke, FEE
The end result of restricting the available supply of Bitcoin transactions is that more and more pressure is put on unrationed commodities. Whether those unrationed commodities are traditional payment methods or altcoins, the end result spells disaster for Bitcoin.
Seeing God’s Presence in Government Work
Russell Gehrlein, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
I want to share how I have experienced God’s presence as a government employee. Many readers of my blog know I refer to God’s presence in our various professions as “Immanuel Labor.”
Key findings on how world religions differ by education
Caryle Murphy, Pew Research
While there are big gaps in average education levels among different religious groups, these disparities have been narrowing in recent decades because those at the bottom made the biggest educational strides.