How repealing burdensome financial regulations will help the poor
But the Kingdom of God still wins out.Read more "The Tension Between God and Country Isn’t New"
Who really benefits from occupational licenses? Hint: it isn’t consumersRead more "Licensing debacle should inspire Nebraskans"
You should have no idea what yoga is.Read more "How Scottish Thinkers Brought Us Yoga"
An essay about rationalism’s religiosity, its political ramifications, and historic Christianity’s response.Read more "Oakeshott, Christianity, and Progressivism"
The Right’s adoption of originalism as their preferred legal philosophy only serves to propel American politics and culture further down the straightforward, common sense road without morality.Read more "Originalism and the Death of Conservatism"
The last century saw an explosion in the number of government programs and a corresponding upsurge in government spending as a percentage of GDP. Alongside the rise of the military-industrial complex, Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal and Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society comprised the bulk of these additional government functions. At the outset of each, the nation […]Read more "Fighting Poverty with Dignity"