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One of the Most Powerful Christmas Lessons
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One of the Most Powerful Christmas Lessons

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What we can grasp is the innocence and gentleness of the baby Jesus.

Stethoscope-Money
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Do We Want More Affordable Health Care? Then We Need To Leave Health Care To The Free Market

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ACA only increases the problems.

Pope Francis, Evangelii Gaudium, The Joy of the Gospel
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Pope Francis: Espousing a Peronist or Marxist Liberation Theology?

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The role of the laity will be crucial.

Lilypad Ecopolis, 2008, Vincent Callebaut Architectures
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Apologies from Utopia

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What was once character has become branding.

Obama Disney Castle
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Government is Magic

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Our modernity is style rather than substance.

"Average is Over"-Rated Wordle
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“Average Is Over”-Rated

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Progressives have made idleness pay more than employment.

Bottomless Pit: Interest Paid on the Federal Debt
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Bottomless Pit: Interest Paid on the Federal Debt

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A number you never see on the nightly news.

Alexander Hamilton Quote
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An Historical Aside on the Debt Ceiling

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The Confederation Congress could not tax, but it could borrow.

Globe
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Think Tanks Measure Global Economic Freedom … the U.S. Declines

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“If it matters, measure it.”

Cutting Taxes
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Tax Cuts and Deficits: Fact vs. Fiction

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The main reason for most deficits: excessive spending.

Cutting Taxes
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The Progressive Crusade Against Tax Cuts

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FDR, for the record, despised Andrew Mellon.

We Need to Stop Eating the Marshmallows
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We Need to Stop Eating the Marshmallows

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It seems there might be a lesson here for America.

Michigan's governor Rick Snyder and Detroit's emergency manager Kevyn Orr
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In my Native City of Detroit, Atlas Has at Long Last Shrugged

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You had better restrain government so that Atlas doesn’t shrug where you live.

Decades - Liberalism - Greening - Detroit
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SUCCESS

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Gulliver Bound By Lilliputians
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Wake Up, Gulliver: The Lilliputians Are Almost Done

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Or is it already too late?

Immigration and the ‘Best and Brightest’
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Immigration and the ‘Best and Brightest’

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One of the selling points for comprehensive immigration reform is the claimed benefits of granting a special kind of green card to all foreign students earning advanced degrees in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). This argument is being made by corporate leaders, including those from the high-tech sector, who argue that it is a […]

Juan Perón, June 4, 1946
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Don’t Cry For Me, America: Comparing Argentina And The United States

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If we fail to preserve the institutions of the republic, the American dream will be in grave danger.

Business, Entrepreneurship, Vatican Think-Tank
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Business, Entrepreneurship and a Vatican Think-Tank

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“Am I creating wealth, or am I engaging in rent-seeking behavior?” If this question would be asked during a course of business ethics at George Mason University (GMU), few would be surprised. “Rent-seeking” is a term used often in “Public Choice” economics, and GMU has been the home of an academic center with that focus. […]

Social Justice and Pope Francis: Choosing Freedom Over Serfdom
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Social Justice and Pope Francis: Choosing Freedom Over Serfdom

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Society ensures social justice when it respects the dignity and the rights of the person as the proper end of society itself.

Is the Default Position Shifting to Subsidiarity?
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Is the Default Position Shifting to Subsidiarity?

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Not so long ago, most ecclesiastical officials and Catholic academicians emphasized solidarity as a political ideal. Owing to a common misunderstanding of both government and solidarity, that emphasis was almost always at the expense of subsidiarity. In recent years, however, the tide in favor of subsidiarity has begun to turn. It remains true that concern for […]

Plutonomy
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Plutonomy

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Plutocracies are societies where majority wealth is controlled by a shrinking minority. They are driven by economies powered and consumed by the wealthiest class over a mass population dependent upon their fortunes. Wealth creation is the principal motivator in these economies and corporations are their vital actors. Snatching public policy away from the hands of […]

A Catholic Third Way: Pope Benedict and the Crisis of Global Capitalism
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A Catholic Third Way: Pope Benedict and the Crisis of Global Capitalism

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Benedict’s vision for an alternative political economy resonates with people of all faiths and none.

Vatican and Global Financial Contexts of Pope's Resignation
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Vatican and Global Financial Contexts of Pope’s Resignation

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Today the Vatican announced that its ability to process credit card transactions, interrupted since January 1 by a decision of the Bank of Italy, had been restored. The renewed access to international financial networks comes one day after Pope Benedict announced that he will step down from his office as successor of Peter on February […]

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