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  • Is big government a near occasion of sin?

    18 de abril de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Is big government a near occasion of sin? It happens every day: The news tells us of some new government scandal. The executive branch uses dubious powers to circumvent the constitutional strictures of oversight. The judicial branch, in turn, creates law out of whole cloth and styles its (...)
  • New York City ideologues get indigestion over Chick-fil-A

    18 de abril de 2018, por Frank.holub
    New York City ideologues get indigestion over Chick-fil-A America’s fastest-growing food chain has taken its customer-pleasing brand of savory deliciousness and rapid, polite service to New York City where it is proving that northern city dwellers enjoy the same thing that has captivated (...)
  • Spain’s pension protests would hurt the economy - and the family

    17 de abril de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Spain's pension protests would hurt the economy - and the family Since February, Spanish cities and towns have been roiled by protests denouncing the nation’s pension system and demanding more government spending. The marches are fueled by radical left-wing politicians, chiefly the Podemos (...)
  • Integrity: The key to turning a profit

    13 de abril de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Integrity: The key to turning a profit Profiting from Integrity: How CEOs Can Deliver Superior Profitability and Be Relevant to Society. Alan Barlow. Routledge, 2017. 178 pages. If you believed the Left, you might think that people in business are all cutthroat crooks. This book aims to (...)
  • Socialists outraged as French president says Christianity can cure economic malaise

    13 de abril de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Socialists outraged as French president says Christianity can cure economic malaise Faithlessness is so ingrained in French culture that the president’s mere consultation with the nation’s Christian leaders apparently verges on a constitutional crisis. Emmanuel Macron appealed to the nation’s (...)
  • Video: Dispelling myths about economic inequality

    11 de abril de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Video: Dispelling myths about economic inequality The lure of socialism lies in its promise of “equality,” a hazily defined concept that educational and political leaders transform into an even more ambiguous social goal. The word itself triggers the innate sense of fairness and equity cherished (...)
  • Rising scion: Jacob Rees-Mogg’s economic and religious formation

    9 de abril de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Rising scion: Jacob Rees-Mogg’s economic and religious formation The UK remains divided over the precise shape its relationship with the European Union will take after its departure from the EU on March 29, 2019. Amid this contentious multilateral process, the Rt. Hon. Jacob Rees-Mogg, who sits (...)
  • Cronyism fueled the murder of a Slovak journalist

    6 de abril de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Cronyism fueled the murder of a Slovak journalist Slovakia has been living through one of the most turbulent times in its young history. It has been almost a month since the murder of investigative journalist Ján Kuciak and his fiancée, Martina Kušnírová, which have put these events in motion. Much (...)
  • French strike for the right to retire at 52

    5 de abril de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    French strike for the right to retire at 52 Some 4.5 million French have been immobilized by a national rail strike over what might be termed the most thoroughly French of all labor demands: the right to retire with full benefits at age 52. How extensive is the strike? On Tuesday the (...)
  • Marxism, the classless society and history

    4 de abril de 2018, por Frank.holub
    Marxism, the classless society and history Marx always insisted that he derived his system from a careful study of history. Marxists are fond of insisting that they think “concretely,” which means they always stick to the facts. That this is not really the case may be shown by an illustration. (...)

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