Poverty is a world-wide problem that touches people everywhere and affects a myriad of other issues like drugs, war, immigration, economic policy, and government aid.
Because of poverty’s prolific state, people are looking for the best ways to alleviate it; people are looking for answers. People often first look towards the government, thinking maybe a different system would solve the problem. But what if the answer is found in the Bible?
The Common Core debate lives on all across the nation. Most recently, the debate was brought to Oklahoma Wesleyan University’s campus.
Jonathan Guber, an economist from MIT, and one of the chief architects of Obamacare, calls the bill “…basically exploitation of the lack of economic understanding of the American voter.”
How is income inequality measured? And is it measured correctly?
Somehow, against the wills of many in Washington, Republican Governor Scott Walker won for the third time in Wisconsin.
The Republicans control Congress, and now the nation is wondering, “What happens next?”
If you have been reading the headlines recently, you have read about Houston Equal Rights Ordinance, and the hullabaloo surrounding and following it. If you have not, we have the background information for you.
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?
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.