Tired of our current tax structure? I visit with my friend Joseph Addington about Georgism. We nerd out over what it is, what problems it could solve, and possible areas of application.
Tag: National Politics
I discuss President Biden’s recent student loan forgiveness policy with a good friend, Dallin Crump. We uncover the ins and outs of the policy, the implications it has, and other potential solutions to the deeper issue.
This week Fr. Thomas Reese called on US Catholic bishops to start supporting the Democratic party if they do end up victorious on the issue of abortion. Reese argues that while ending abortion is an important priority for these...
Some of the same people who rightly decried the rhetorical (and literal) threat to the integrity of our presidential election are now launching their own assault on the legitimacy of the Supreme Court.
Unity of heart may be possible even when visions temporarily differ. But continuing to value and strive for growing unity of mind is also crucial to the body of Christ.
As the doctrine of the “self-centered” West becomes increasingly distinct from the doctrines of the Restored Gospel, the faithful can no longer stay in a middle ground.
Amidst all the push-back on CRT of late, I fear disciples of Christ may be missing some of the ways this framework for analysis might help us follow the Savior in healing the world.
As we seek to improve policing in the United States, here are three concrete ideas and fresh practices from the British that we may do well to consider.
Honest conversation about vaccination might be more challenging than any other issue. Why? And is it even worth trying?
Changing the composition of the courts is straight from the authoritarian handbook, and the justification comes from a misunderstanding of history.