What is the Free Speech Fairness Act?
Kimberly Winston, Religion News Service
The Free Speech Fairness Act is being touted as a “fix” to the Johnson Amendment, a 1954 law that prohibits nonprofits from engaging in politics. But how much of a fix would the act be?
A lettuce crisis is making Brits rethink just how great free trade really is
Jenny Anderson, Quartz
As if Brexit wasn’t enough to cope with, Britain is in the throes of a vegetable crisis.
Is Religious Freedom Good for Growth? A Panel Discussion
Research on Religion
Can religious freedom promote economic growth in the long- and/or short-term?
Why Virtue Is Inseparable from Democracy
Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Almost all the founding fathers—Washington, Franklin, Madison, Jefferson, Adams, Henry—expressed this sentiment at one time or another: that, in effect, only a virtuous people can maintain a free society.