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  • Janus v. AFSCME: Political freedom for public employees

    3 de julio de 2018, por actonadmin
    Janus v. AFSCME: Political freedom for public employees If most Americans were told they were required to contribute to a political organization to keep their job they would be astonished and probably outraged. Yet for more than 40 years that has been the law for public employees in 22 states (...)
  • Book review, ’The Human Advantage’ by Jay W. Richards

    29 de junio de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Book review, 'The Human Advantage' by Jay W. Richards The Human Advantage: The Future of American Work in an Age of Smart Machines. Jay W. Richards. Crown Forum, 2018. 261 pages. Catholic University of America business professor Jay Richards has written a humane, economically sound account of (...)
  • ’Who is Juan de Mariana’ explained in 8 minutes

    28 de junio de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    'Who is Juan de Mariana' explained in 8 minutes Economists' appreciation for the School of Salamanca, and the contribution that it made to their discipline, has grown in recent years. An economics professor has just released a podcast encapsulating the teachings of its best-known figure, the (...)
  • Statement from Rev. Robert A. Sirico, president of The Acton Institute, on the Supreme Court’s Janus Decision

    27 de junio de 2018, por Frank.holub
    Statement from Rev. Robert A. Sirico, president of The Acton Institute, on the Supreme Court’s Janus Decision The Catholic Church has supported workers’ rights from Pope Leo XIII’s 1891 encyclical Rerum Novarum to the present day when it comes to defending worker safety and human dignity. (...)
  • North Korea: Another ‘mode of development’? (video)

    27 de junio de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    North Korea: Another ‘mode of development’? (video) As noted, some members of the Alt-Right have an unusual affinity for North Korea as a bastion of nationalist, anti-imperialist, racial collectivism. Not all of the Kim dynasty’s supporters are utterly powerless. Aleksandr Dugin has stated North (...)
  • What’s next for Spain?

    26 de junio de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    What’s next for Spain? In a surprise victory earlier this month, Pedro Sánchez, the leader of the Spanish Socialist Workers Party, became prime minister of Spain. Alejandro Chafuen, managing director of Acton Institute, International, considers what the change in government means for the future (...)
  • Why does the Alt-Right extol North Korea?

    26 de junio de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Why does the Alt-Right extol North Korea? North Korea may seem like an odd choice for a white nationalist’s utopia, but then these are odd times. A significant portion of the Alt-Right has become enchanted with, or at least willing to defend, the world’s foremost bastion of Stalinism. In North (...)
  • Video: Rev. Ben Johnson on First Things blaming democracy and capitalism for abortion

    20 de junio de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Video: Rev. Ben Johnson on First Things blaming democracy and capitalism for abortion Rev. Ben Johnson, editor of the Acton Institute Religion & Liberty Transatlantic project, appears on the Stephen Herreid Show on YouTube to talk about his critique of First Things editor Matt Schmitz’s essay (...)
  • Why are Spain’s socialists welcoming the Aquarius migrants?

    19 de junio de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Why are Spain's socialists welcoming the Aquarius migrants? Last week, the new Italian deputy prime minister, Matteo Salvini, denied 600 migrants aboard the ship Aquarius entrance into his country. However, the new president of Spain, the socialist leader Pedro Sánchez announced via his Twitter (...)
  • How the Church of England abolished itself via the welfare state

    19 de junio de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    How the Church of England abolished itself via the welfare state Christianity & Social Service in Modern Britain. Frank Prochaska. was published in 2006 by Oxford University Press. 2006. 228 pages. Frank Prochaska describes Christianity & Social Service in Modern Britain as “an interpretative (...)

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