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  • 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 (...)
  • A Samson Option for Ireland’s Catholic hospitals?

    16 de junio de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    A Samson Option for Ireland’s Catholic hospitals? National funding of health care has produced a fresh crisis in Europe. Not merely the never-ending “winter crisis” in the NHS each year, but a crisis of conscience for Catholic health care providers. The Republic of Ireland voted overwhelmingly (...)
  • Daniel Hannan explains why the EU is a hive of corruption

    14 de junio de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Daniel Hannan explains why the EU is a hive of corruption Two paths confront someone faced with an unwanted reality: reform or denial. With a report set to expose persistently high levels of corruption among its member states, the EU chose the latter option, its critics say. EU member states, (...)
  • How Germany handles teacher strikes

    13 de junio de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    How Germany handles teacher strikes As the U.S. school year wound to a close, teachers unions waged statewide strikes in West Virginia, Arizona, and Oklahoma, and inspired associated teacher strikes in Colorado, Kentucky, and North Carolina. The walkouts, celebrated by the media as the “Red (...)
  • Italy’s new government and the fight for the Catholic soul

    11 de junio de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    Italy’s new government and the fight for the Catholic soul The new Italian government is a very strange creature. It’s easy to define it as a “populist” government, but that is surely an oversimplification. It is formed by two very different political forces: the Lega (League) and the Five Star (...)
  • ‘Satanic’ capitalism brought abortion to Ireland: ’First Things’ editor

    9 de junio de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    ‘Satanic’ capitalism brought abortion to Ireland: 'First Things' editor There is much to lament over the Republic of Ireland’s repeal of the Eighth Amendment, including the death of reason among some who have commented on it. This last was lamentably displayed in an essay written by First Things (...)
  • ‘Global trade is not a gunfight at the O.K. Corral’

    7 de junio de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    ‘Global trade is not a gunfight at the O.K. Corral’ Some mental images are especially vivid. One phrase stands out in the war of words preceding the brewing U.S.-EU trade war. “Global trade is not a gunfight at the O.K. Corral,” said French finance minister Bruno Le Maire last Thursday, after (...)
  • A Catholic take on cryptocurrencies

    6 de junio de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    A Catholic take on cryptocurrencies Plenty of theologians and Christian leaders have become animated by the temptations of money. According to St Paul, the love of money is the root of all evil. Pope Francis has insisted that “money has to serve, not to rule.” But what is money? In fact, it has (...)
  • What lies ahead for Spain’s new government?

    5 de junio de 2018, por Ben.johnson
    What lies ahead for Spain's new government? Over the weekend, Socialist Party (PSOE) leader Pedro Sánchez became president of Spain after the former president and People’s Party (PP) leader Mariano Rajoy lost a no-confidence vote. That vote came in reaction to the judicial sentence in the (...)

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