Eating Your Own Dogfood

The “Founding Fathers” never imagined a person would enter politics and stay there for the rest of their lives. Nor did they ever imagine that […]

“Saftey Nets”

I believe we should all do what we can to relieve poverty, but I also think private action simply isn’t enough. Since the private sector […]

A Nation of Lawyers

Last Friday, the Los Angeles Police Department announced that it would no longer enforce a state law that requires police to impound the vehicles of […]

Waivers for Change

The Obama administration’s announced No Child Left Behind waivers are drawing suspicion and fire from the right as states wait to hear what conditions the […]

Notable: Higher Education and Justice

Higher education institutions bear a profound moral responsibility to increase the awareness, knowledge, skills and values needed to create a just and sustainable future.” […]

An Eye for an Eye

But if there is harm, then you shall pay life for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot, […]

A Challenging Thought on Justice

We have a strong sense of what justice means. A traditional view of justice states that you are held responsible for your actions, and […]

Christian Self Defense (Part 3)

In the second post in this series, we began examining the first argument against a Christian defending themselves: you shouldn’t take justice into your […]