By: Bill Batt
History is replete with injustices. They affect not only persons individually but entire populations of people. In our time, various efforts are underway to newly or differently address and, if possible, rectify some of these injustices.
By: Rich Nymoen
My kids recently started back to their high school, as did millions of other kids across the country. I’m fortunate that they
by Lindy Davies
It has been generally assumed, for many years, that “the free market isn’t good at providing affordable housing.” If the free market can’t satisfy that basic, universal human need, then we can’t afford to trust the free … Read the rest
by Víctor A. Ramírez García
…This is how lands were distributed to the people that remained and, since they were few, … each person received such large tracts that even today they lay fallow, … abandoned to the beasts. This … Read the rest