Rick Santorum is not a new name in politics, but here are five things you probably do not know about the candidate.
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This was supposed to be the year Obamacare’s state-based insurance exchanges would be self-sufficient. Are they?
“Understanding how capitalism has met our material needs is one thing, but as we more easily meet our material needs, we open up the ability to pursue all kinds of non-material values.”
As the next presidential election looms on the horizon, the differences between America’s two political parties will become even more unmistakable. Not only do the two political parties see issues which concern the American public differently, but how the parties prioritize the issues differs vastly as well.
At this point Christians are countercultural, ironically. They have become the counterculture. They are what the liberals used to be, and when the liberals were them, they were fighting for the free speech rights.
The importance of the Iowa caucus is well-known. As Sen. George McGovern, the Democratic contender in the 1972 election, explained, “Iowa is terribly important. It’s the first test in the nation, where we get any test at all.” While the Iowa Caucus has not occurred yet for the 2016 presidential election, the political season has begun.
Why did CEO Dan Price raise the minimum wage in his company to $70,000? He saw it as a capitalist solution to a social problem, and as a CEO, he felt a moral obligation.
Are young evangelicals being naive about our current political landscape? Is it really possible to unwind marriage from politics altogether?
How in the name of coexistence and tolerance, and all that is implied by Webster’s definition of these words, can anyone extolling such inclusive language possibly considered Indiana’s RFRA a bad law?
One of the celebrated parts of the college experience is the opportunity for debate, and encountering different opinions. Or at least, it should be. Supposedly, in the name of transparency and disclosure there has been a push to uncover universities that have been funded by the Koch Foundation. Is it really for transparency though? Or is it because some do not like what the Koch brothers stand for?