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  • Book review, ’Green Tyranny’ by Rupert Darwall

    8 de enero de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Book review, 'Green Tyranny' by Rupert Darwall Green Tyranny: Exposing the Totalitarian Roots of the Climate Industrial Complex. Rupert Darwall. Encounter Book, 2017. 334 pages. The subtitle of Rupert Darwall’s book about "the totalitarian roots of the climate-industrial complex" seems (...)
  • The EU invokes Article 7 against Poland, but only Poles can defend their liberty

    5 de enero de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    The EU invokes Article 7 against Poland, but only Poles can defend their liberty The “nuclear option.” An attack on Poland’s sovereignty. Punishment for the government’s anti-refugee stance. The preface for “Polexit.” These are just some media descriptions of the European Commission’s decision (...)
  • Socialism: Iran’s weapon against the West?

    4 de enero de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Socialism: Iran's weapon against the West? As 2017 ended, the Iranian people surprised the world by protesting against their nation’s theocratic system – including the Ayatollah – over rising prices, political corruption, and the lack of civil liberties. At least 21 people have been killed, and (...)
  • Better Measurement, Better Outcomes: Evaluating the Impact of a Charitable Gift

    3 de enero de 2018, por sara.aldworth
    Better Measurement, Better Outcomes: Evaluating the Impact of a Charitable Gift sara.aldworth January 3, 2018 - 10:33am Start Date Thu, 02/08/2018 - 12:00 Introduction Text At every turn, there are opportunities to contribute to worthy causes. Televised appeals beg for your donation to help (...)
  • At the manger

    3 de enero de 2018, por Frank.holub
    At the manger I didn’t get a full appreciation of Bethlehem until Christmas day when, after a light meal, I mounted the balcony and beheld the entire Serai district before me. Imagine a rectangular area, thirty meters wide and four hundred meters long, bordered by fairly high white stucco (...)
  • How pagans viewed Christian charity

    2 de enero de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    How pagans viewed Christian charity Every year’s end means that people of faith will be deluged with two things: wishes for a Happy New Year and appeals for charities of every conceivable variety. Americans gave $390 billion to charity in 2016, nearly one-third of it in the month of December. (...)
  • Can economics bring back humility and civil discourse?

    28 de diciembre de 2017, por Ben.johnson
    Can economics bring back humility and civil discourse? Mark Twain is celebrated for the way his storytelling makes us laugh, mostly at ourselves. His work as author and humorist frequently spoke to the folly and truth of human nature. One quotation attributed to him went, “It ain’t what we don’t (...)
  • The story of King Michael: Totalitarian wolves against the Carpathian shepherd

    27 de diciembre de 2017, por actonadmin
    The story of King Michael: Totalitarian wolves against the Carpathian shepherd Just a few days before Christmas, despite the icy weather in Bucharest, hundreds of thousands of people gathered together to mourn the death of King Michael of Romania (1921-2017). Prince Charles of Wales, as well (...)
  • How George Washington came to have a statue in Budapest

    26 de diciembre de 2017, por Ben.johnson
    How George Washington came to have a statue in Budapest The year 2017 saw a raging debate in the United States over figures from its history. This especially concerned whether statutes of even the most important figures in U.S. history should be left standing, if those people held views that (...)
  • Communism in Cuba, its international impact, the democratic resistance and U.S. Cuba policy

    22 de diciembre de 2017, por sara.aldworth
    Communism in Cuba, its international impact, the democratic resistance and U.S. Cuba policy sara.aldworth December 22, 2017 - 2:45pm Start Date Tue, 04/17/2018 - 12:00 Introduction Text Communism took power in Cuba through deceit and intrigue in 1959. While Fidel Castro denied he was a (...)

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