If you listen to political or economic podcasts, read blogs and journals, or go to lectures, the phrased “public choice” will be bandied about. Once we get a working Continue Reading
Both TrumpCare and ObamaCare are disasters. Put together by politicians who have Cadillac health care plans and zero professional experience in medicine or insurance (with tiny exceptions like Rand Continue Reading
2017 is the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Martin Luther is more or less the “Hamilton” of Germany this year–with a strange crossover merging pop culture and history. Continue Reading
What follows are my notes (with some editorializing on my part) of Daniel Mark’s lecture at the Acton University in 2017. Mark, who is Jewish, is professor of political Continue Reading
Deja vu all over again. Two terms ago, a young African-American was elected president. Many Republicans couldn’t digest it, so the extreme right wing of the party, in full-blown Continue Reading
What do you get when you listen to a spry little guy with a Duck Dynasty beard (who was a street mime) whose topic is Natural Law? J. Daryl Continue Reading
The Koch brothers are the devil incarnate to many progressives. But do you actually know their positions on immigration, prison reform, drug legalization, police violence, war in the Mideast, and Continue Reading
Pastor Johnson Rethinasamy, who grew up in India and who pastors a church in New York City, led the blessing at Robinwood Church last Sunday. In the Tamil language.
The Social Vision of Abraham Kuyper Insights from a lecture given by Vincent Bacote of Wheaton College at Acton University 2017. Abraham Kuyper (b. 1837 in Holland) is one of Continue Reading
Message I gave on Father’s Day 2017 at Hosanna! in Lakeville, Minnesota. In memory of my dad, Tom(my) Housholder, 1934-2004. Feel free to pass it on.