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  • Acton Institute’s 28th Annual Dinner

    21 de mayo de 2018, por actonadmin
    Acton Institute's 28th Annual Dinner actonadmin May 21, 2018 - 10:13am Start Date Wed, 10/17/2018 - 18:00 Introduction Text You ​are ​invited ​to ​join ​us ​for ​Acton ​Institute’s 2018 ​Annual ​Dinner, ​to ​be ​held ​on ​Wednesday, ​October ​17 ​at ​the JW Marriott in ​beautiful ​downtown ​Grand ​Rapids, (...)
  • Repealing Article 8 would destroy the foundation of human rights

    21 de mayo de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Repealing Article 8 would destroy the foundation of human rights On May 25, Irish citizens will each have the personal responsibility of deciding a question in our fundamental law concerning the natural right to life of other human beings. We have been invited by the Oireachtas (the Irish (...)
  • FAQ: 17 facts about the royal wedding (including who pays)

    18 de mayo de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    FAQ: 17 facts about the royal wedding (including who pays) What are the details of the royal wedding, and where can I watch? The royal wedding of Prince Harry, 33, to actress Meghan Markle, 36, will take place inside St. George’s Chapel, Westminster, on Saturday, May 19 at 12 noon London time (...)
  • Attacks on places of worship rise, thanks to socialism

    17 de mayo de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Attacks on places of worship rise, thanks to socialism Religious liberty and economic freedom are intimately connected. For empirical proof, you need look no further than my own native Spain. Recently, Spain’s Observatory of Freedom of Religion and Conscience released the 2017 edition of its (...)
  • Catholic cardinal: Karl Marx is a source of Catholic social teaching

    16 de mayo de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Catholic cardinal: Karl Marx is a source of Catholic social teaching Cardinal Reinhard Marx has given an interview to the German Sunday newspaper the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung on the occasion of the 200th birthday of the philosopher with whom he shares a surname: Karl Marx, the (...)
  • Forsaking great story for politics: HUAC, blacklists and ’High Noon’

    15 de mayo de 2018, por Frank.holub
    Forsaking great story for politics: HUAC, blacklists and 'High Noon' Another sign of the politicization of all aspects of our culture is the latest Criterion Channel tagline for the 1951 film High Noon: “One of the most politically resonant of all Hollywood westerns.” Really? They’re (...)
  • This mother of women’s suffrage supported free-market economics

    15 de mayo de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    This mother of women's suffrage supported free-market economics Last month, a statue of Millicent Fawcett has been erected in Westminster, to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of (some) women gaining the right to vote. Fawcett was a prominent and effective campaigner for women’s suffrage, (...)
  • Edmund Burke: Philosopher for classical education

    11 de mayo de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Edmund Burke: Philosopher for classical education In 1791, Edmund Burke published his Reflections on the Revolution in France. In the process of condemning the French Revolution, Burke articulated a defense of traditional life which can equip classical educators with a vocabulary to (...)
  • The forgotten Catholic founders of economics

    10 de mayo de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    The forgotten Catholic founders of economics Many people acclaim Adam Smith as the father of economics. Others trace the origins of economics to the eighteenth century Physiocrats, while others look back far as Aristotle. “The real founders of economic science actually wrote hundreds of years (...)
  • Don’t save Barnes & Noble!

    9 de mayo de 2018, por Frank.holub
    Don’t save Barnes & Noble! First it happened to Toys ‘R’ Us, but we did nothing (except complain). Now it may be happening to Barnes & Noble, and we will do nothing again. (Nothing except complain, that is. We’ll definitely do that again.) Yes, to start what will likely be weeks if not months of (...)

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