It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

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.

Take Note of Religious Liberty

“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…”

S. Truett Cathy, A Man Worth Celebrating

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.”

Would You Like to Know More About Economics?

“…as a fundamental American principle, the development of the free enterprise system in our country has been the engine that has driven almost inconceivable economic success and personal freedom.” The American economic system has given the citizens of this country unparalleled freedom. But what is economics all about?

Who’s the Bully on the Playground?

Supposedly, Common Core is “voluntary” and “state-led,” but this week’s events show that the USED (United Stated Department of Education) will punish those who do not adhere to its standards. It is the new bully on the playground, and if states are not going to play by its rules, they will feel the wrath.

Another Way Obamacare has Hurt Universities

The protests of Christian colleges and universities against the Affordable Care Act are now nationally known, but now it is not only Christian colleges and universities that are being hurt by the act. Over 100 colleges and universities nationwide have had to limit adjunct professor course loads, or cap student or adjunct faculty to work hours to avoid a steep penalty.