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  • 2018 Phoenix Dinner featuring Rev. Robert Sirico

    30 de enero de 2018, por nick.porter
    2018 Phoenix Dinner featuring Rev. Robert Sirico nick.porter January 30, 2018 - 10:38am Start Date Wed, 03/07/2018 - 18:00 Introduction Text In the face of fiscal irresponsibility—soaring deficits, sweeping new healthcare regulations, and an uncontrollable national debt—the Acton Institute (...)
  • Preventing the next Carillion

    29 de enero de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Preventing the next Carillion In the UK, a furore has broken out over the failure of a company called Carillion. The focus of the debate is on its involvement with government contracts largely through what is known as the “private finance initiative” (PFI). Until the 1990s, the government would (...)
  • What if Davos Man got baptized?

    26 de enero de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    What if Davos Man got baptized? Pope Francis issued a stark message at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Monday, urging world leaders to fight poverty and pursue social justice. “We cannot remain silent in the face of the suffering of millions of people whose dignity is wounded,” the pope (...)
  • Davos: Increase EU power, even if EU members disagree

    25 de enero de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Davos: Increase EU power, even if EU members disagree The president of France said the Europe Union should press forward with concentrating power over political and economic issues in its own hands, even if its 27 member states dissent. Only a continent-wide supranational government would (...)
  • Toward a Free and Virtuous Society: The Moral Case for Market Economics

    25 de enero de 2018, por lois.rosinski
    Toward a Free and Virtuous Society: The Moral Case for Market Economics lois.rosinski January 25, 2018 - 3:51pm Start Date Thu, 05/10/2018 - 16:00 Introduction Text In survey after survey, data reveals a startling trend – support for socialism is growing among Americans. Depending on which poll (...)
  • Scruton on populism: Politics needs a first-person plural

    25 de enero de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Scruton on populism: Politics needs a first-person plural Populists recruit their following by direct appeal, are largely indifferent to their opponents, and have no intention, if elected, of allowing a voice to those who did not vote for them. If “populism” threatens the political stability of (...)
  • The looming crisis of European imperialism

    24 de enero de 2018, por Frank.holub
    The looming crisis of European imperialism Part I: The politics of Islam in Algeria Islam in Algeria requires a short explanation. The Muslims in Algiers, insofar as they are Berbers, are of weak faith. To the extent that they abide by Islamic tradition, they are primarily Malikites, although (...)
  • Pope Francis on ‘the entrepreneurial world,’ human dignity, and family at Davos

    23 de enero de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Pope Francis on ‘the entrepreneurial world,’ human dignity, and family at Davos Thousands of world leaders have gathered in the Swiss Alps, as the four-day-long World Economic Forum began today in Davos. Among the messages the elites heard was one written by Pope Francis which touched on the (...)
  • The 5 biggest problems with Oxfam’s 2018 income inequality report

    22 de enero de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    The 5 biggest problems with Oxfam’s 2018 income inequality report Oxfam has just released its annual report. The media have dutifully covered its conclusion that “82% of all growth in global wealth in the last year went to the top 1%, while the bottom half of humanity saw no increase at all.” (...)
  • Between Brussels and the Bear: The economic and moral argument against the euro

    19 de enero de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Between Brussels and the Bear: The economic and moral argument against the euro “I am not opposed to the introduction of the euro in Poland,” said Matuesz Morawiecki, the prime minister of Poland, last October, shortly before taking that office. It was a shocking stance for a head of state who (...)

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