Americans ... want to keep alive the fiction that their government is all-wise, all-knowing and all-compassionate. Christians know it is not.
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The Federal Constitution of the United States exceptionally removed any single person from serving as the entire government, which had been the practice of most civilizations.
Visit the front line of the fight against the politicization and ideological capture of the investing industry, frequently under the name of ESG: Environmental, Social, and Governance.
When Christians face economic catastrophe brought on by generations of bad decisions, how should they respond? Give up or get to work?
Romney, like most politicians, doesn’t understand moral hazard, one of the most important principles in micro-economics. Moral hazard teaches us that if you eliminate the consequences of risky behavior, you get more risky behavior.
No one has a right to tell a stranger that he should neglect some other priority to strength train and develop his endurance. But, it is pretty obvious, as reflected in the trouble recruiting fit soldiers, that Americans are generally overfed and under-trained.
As America struggles with the highest inflation rates in a generation, it is helpful to look at the thinking of the founding fathers who rescued early America from an inflationary crisis.
What does a tyrannical government want? It wants people to rely on it, and fear independence. It wants them to mistrust their own judgments, and instead depend on the wisdom of its “experts.”