Union backed activists have pushed for a raise in minimum wage, but will they come to the rescue if the higher operating costs cause McDonalds to experience further decline in future sales? What if McDonalds cuts its work force? What happens then?
Keating Center Staff’s Articles
The midterm elections will determine who has control of the Senate: Democrats or Republicans, and who controls Congress has the most say in what policies are proposed.
When making a difficult decision, former President George W. Bush felt it was important to clearly communicate his beliefs. Three of his often expressed beliefs were his faith, and in the importance of capitalism, and economic freedom.
“Tolerance” is considered the holy grail for many. It is revered, almost to the point of religion, which is ironic, because many of the stout adherents to tolerance do not value religion.
The midterm elections are coming up. Why are these elections important? The Senate is currently controlled by the Democratic party, and has been since 2006, but these midterm elections could give the Republican party a chance to regain control.
Most would agree that education is important. But what is education for and what is its purpose?
“The kind of respectful tolerance needed for a free, robust and uncoerced expression of religious belief has always been a rare thing. It is becoming rarer. All the more reason to be grateful for our Constitution’s deep commitment to religious liberty…”
Ever since Dr. Ben Carson spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast in 2013 and touched on hot button issues: tax reform, education and healthcare, he has been thrust into the national spotlight.
Conflict in the Middle East, particularly between Israel and the Hamas, have been dominating headlines recently. But do you really understand what the conflict is about?
Today, the country celebrates a true hero of capitalism and Christian business principles- S. Truett Cathy, the founder of Chick-fil-a. “I see no conflict whatsoever between Christianity and good business practices,” Cathy said in 2006. “People say you can’t mix business with religion. I say there’s no other way.”