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  • Entrepreneurs all

    Anyone can fulfill an entrepreneurial vocation. Everyone today is a critic of “soulless” market economies and the machine-like view of economies taken by professional economists who, on the
  • Michael Novak

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    Women are called to the workplace, so how do we make it work? An interview with Katelyn Beaty. Where are the resources for Christian women called to the workplace? Why isn’t there a larger
  • Justice, applied equally

    Oftentimes during prayer I reflect on my good fortune. I grew up in a loving Italian-American family during an amazing era of progress both economically and technologically. My Italian roots
  • Are you brave enough to tell a joke?

    Tickling Giants (2017) tells how an Egyptian comedian found a way to fight against and call out abusive leaders using creative nonviolence. This new documentary directed and produced by Sara
  • Out of the frying pan into the fire

    Once men and women leave prison, they have few options and little hope. Edwins is working to change that. After someone has paid the price for their crime and completed a prison sentence,
  • Reagan remembered

    Bulgaria unveils a statue to Ronald Reagan in the battleground for religious liberty. Ronald Reagan remains the most influential U.S. president of the latter half of the 20th century. He is
  • Acton Briefs

    A collection of short essays by Acton writers, click a link to jump to that article: "If you care about human flourishing, promote growth" by Samuel Gregg "Will free trade help the