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We should not fear automation

The Cato Institute recently released a fascinating study explaining why fears about job losses via automation may be exaggerated. Many people today fear that our technological innovations, particularly automation, will result in permanent job losses. Continue Reading...

Rush Limbaugh, RIP: 6 quotations on socialism, the Founding Fathers, and life

The most popular conservative personality of modern times, Rush Limbaugh, passed away this morning at the age of 70 from complications due to lung cancer. While neither an intellectual nor a writer – he did not earn a college degree – his quick wit and pithy turn of phrase communicated the message of a free and virtuous society to their largest consistent audience. Continue Reading...

Entrepreneurship in theological perspective: creative and innovative

What distinguishes something that is truly creative from something that is simply innovative? And how do we value and prioritize one or the other? In a recent study, “Creativity, Innovation, and the Historicity of Entrepreneurship,” Victor Claar and I attempt to disambiguate what we call “creative entrepreneurship” from “innovative entrepreneurship.” Continue Reading...