Tag: Faith-Based
Hayek to the Rescue in Tuscaloosa (My Wall Street Journal Article)

My article on Talk Radio as an example of spontaneous order in tornado relief just appeared in The Wall Street Journal. Here is an excerpt: The tornado that tore through here late last month left 41 dead and 12 still missing. Whole neighborhoods now resemble bombed-out postwar Tokyo or Berlin. But this devastation is...
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“Faith-based” Stooges for the State

I have previously posted on the corrupting influence of the State on the church, and we now have an incredibly overt case-study example in the Obama administration’s recent use of the Office of Faith-Based Initiatives to enlist pastors as propagandists for Obamacare. In a conference call to religious leaders, Obama exhorted them to: Get...
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Separation of Faith and State

Now that the Senate has rejected Obama’s proposal to limit the deductibility of charitable contributions, an even greater aid to charities would be the abolition of the White House Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships. Ever since at least 362, when the Emperor Julian tried to establish pagan charities by decree in an attempt...
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