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  • The EU’s plan to fight ’inequality’ is undermined by its own data - and King Solomon

    25 mai 2017, par Ben.johnson
    The EU's plan to fight 'inequality' is undermined by its own data - and King Solomon Economic growth is so vibrant in Europe that it is time to begin redistributing all the excess wealth, according to EU officials in Brussels. The European Commission issued its country-specific resolutions on (...)
  • The anthropology of liberty

    24 mai 2017, par Frank.holub
    The anthropology of liberty Liberty and collectivism are not merely competing political systems; at a deeper level, they are rival theologies. Each has its own depiction of God and, with it, differing assessments of human dignity. Sir Roger Scruton’s new book, On Human Nature, notes that (...)
  • MEP : This Catholic doctrine can save the EU

    23 mai 2017, par Ben.johnson
    MEP: This Catholic doctrine can save the EU In secular Europe, it is rare for politicians to suggest that the European Union's expansive, imperious policies should be reformed by implementing a Christian doctrine. Yet that is precisely what a manifesto aimed at curbing EU excesses has done. (...)
  • Book Review : ‘The Devil’s Pleasure Palace’ by Michael Walsh

    23 mai 2017, par Ben.johnson
    Book Review: ‘The Devil’s Pleasure Palace’ by Michael Walsh The Devil’s Pleasure Palace: The Cult of Critical Theory and the Subversion of the West. Michael Walsh. Encounter Books. (2017 paperback edition.) 232 pages. Our civilization seems to be in the grip of a trance begging to be broken. Many (...)
  • The anthropology of liberty

    19 mai 2017, par Ben.johnson
    The anthropology of liberty Liberty and collectivism are not merely competing political systems; at a deeper level, they are rival theologies. Each has its own depiction of God and, with it, differing assessments of human dignity. Sir Roger Scruton’s new book, On Human Nature, notes that (...)
  • Book Review : Roger Scruton’s ’On Human Nature’

    17 mai 2017, par Ben.johnson
    Book Review: Roger Scruton's 'On Human Nature' On Human Nature. Roger Scruton. Princeton University Press. 2017. 151 pages. On Earth Day, April 22, tens of thousands of activists held the first “March for Science” in cities around the world. “Science brings out the best in us,” Bill Nye, the (...)
  • Make America grow again

    17 mai 2017, par Frank.holub
    Make America grow again America’s low rate of economic growth reflects deep-seated problems that we’re not addressing. Economic data flood our screens these days. But there’s one number upon which everyone should focus: The rate of economic growth in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). It shows an (...)
  • The opportunity cost of reading ’Das Kapital’

    16 mai 2017, par Ben.johnson
    The opportunity cost of reading 'Das Kapital' Daffyd Thomas, one of the most memorable characters in the ‘Little Britain’ series, is ‘the only gay in the village’. Or so he likes to think. Daffyd loves the role of the outsider, who bravely defies society’s stifling conventions. So he convinces (...)
  • What that viral ’wealth inequality’ video gets wrong

    12 mai 2017, par Ben.johnson
    What that viral 'wealth inequality' video gets wrong Globalization does not merely mean cutthroat competition; it also means that the best minds from around the world can collaborate and, when necessary, correct one another’s conclusions. Scientists rely on this interplay of minds but so do (...)
  • Brexit : For the life of the world

    12 mai 2017, par Ben.johnson
    Brexit: For the life of the world Although it is often portrayed as the bitter backlash of racist voters, Brexit will allow the UK to shake loose EU regulations and pursue free trade policies that assure the further development, prosperity, and flourishing of the world’s poorest people. The (...)

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