Corporations Becoming New Arbiters Of Public Morality
Peter Hasson, Daily Caller
Major corporations are increasingly expected to play a societal role beyond just providing goods or services: more and more often, they’re expected to weigh in on issues of public morality.
The Miracle of the Reformers: Why Teaching Your Kids Hymns is Good for the Economy
Jeff Haanen, JeffHaanen.com
Perhaps the songs we teach our children is one the most important legacies we can leave for posterity.
Venezuela’s Descent Into Chaos Buries The Left’s Hopes Of ‘Good Socialism’
Matthew Boomer, The Federalist
Our glitterati’s favorite socialist paradise has, like so many similar experiments, become a murderous den of oppression and privation
How Not to Argue for Markets (or, Why the Argument from Mutually Beneficial Exchange Fails)
James Stacey Taylor, Liberty Review
In recent years, there has been considerable debate concerning the legitimate scope of market transactions.