Bruce Edward Walker, a Michigan-based writer, writes frequently on the arts and other topics for the Acton Institute.
Back in the 1970s and early 1980s, Public Broadcasting aired a television series titled “Meeting of the Minds
Any occasion to herald the sheer awesomeness of Wendell Berry as one of the preeminent poets and novelists of the past half-century should be seized.
What could possibly go wrong with a regulatory power grab by a government agency applying an 80-year-old law to the most dynamic and innovative aspect of the world’s economy?
Relatively inexpensive and increasingly cleaner burning fossil fuels have been a boon to humanity for the past 150 years.