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Rev. Ben Johnson is senior editor at the Acton Institute, where he edits Religion & Liberty Transatlantic. In addition to being an experienced journalist, editor, and radio commentator, he is also an Eastern Orthodox priest.
Betsy DeVos' updated Title IX regulations bring needed clarity to what has been a vague standard of wrong doing completely devoid of due process for students.
Government bureaucrats intervening into the lives of American citizens often leaves people worse off then if they had been left alone.
If socialists had their way, Thanksgiving and other family holidays would go the way of the dodo bird.
Chic-fil-A's recent decision causes some to question its authenticity to Christians and to LGBT+ groups.
The quote is surprising but revealing.
UBI, minimum wage, job losses, homelessness, corporations – a lot to consider.
Joe Biden and AOC are similar in a way you might not expect.
It has a lot of unchecked power over our elected officials.
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"The Communist Party’s ultimate goal is to ‘become God.’"
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To utilize their own logic, the New York Times' 1619 project can trace its roots back to the father of Communism.
Are those who oppose raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour transgressing the Scripture and mocking the Lord God Almighty? One might get that impression from watching Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential debate, when one of the participants explicitly made that argument.
Supporters have said a Trump-Johnson relationship could touch off a new partnership akin to that of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s.
“I, Pencil” has persuaded people of the wonders of the free market. Some want it to be destroyed.
Envy-driven taxation schemes, political calculations, and overregulation hinder anyone willing to “minister to the needs of suffering humanity.”
For months, French President Emmanuel Macron has asked European leaders to crack down on fake news. At last, someone has taken his advice.
What shape will the cathedral’s renovation take? Who will decide which alterations “improve” on the original?
Is it possible for people to improve their lives through hard work, or is the system rigged against you? Your answer – and your results – may depend on your faith.
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