In my latest blogpost at Values and Capitalism, I consider the frequently proposed argument of counter-terrorism: job-creation. You can read it here.Read more "Does Development stop Terrorism?"
In my most recent blogpost at Values and Capitalism, I look at how the current presidency has grown since the time of the Roosevelts in light of the current president election. Read it here.Read more "Resizing the Presidency"
In a recent post in Values in Capitalism, I look at the most recent winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics, Angus Deaton. Though popularly-acclaimed for his work on income inequality, he actually has some rather un-politically correct and pro-market ideas on development. Read more here. (Photo credit: Telegraph.co.uk)Read more "An Unusual Nobel Prize in Economics"
In September, another swell of news latched onto the Syrian refugee crisis. But news cycles come and go. The crisis wears on and on. In this post, I looked at the Christian approach to the crisis, especially in terms of the refugees’ economic desires.Read more "Entrepreneurship and Opportunity in the Syrian Crisis"
A few months ago I wrote an article in light of the first Planned Parenthood videos, the Greek Euro Crisis, and their implications for Western nations and civilizations. Read the rest here.Read more "Nation Drift, Mission Drift"
In this blogpost I noted a number of events in the week following my departure from France in late June which indicated tectonic shifts in France, and Western Civilization in general.Read more "Shifting Civilizations in France and the West"
Here I examine how the USA’s new trade agreement with Africa would do better to seek the interest of trade itself, instead of a ‘carrot-and-stick’ development-motivator scheme. (Photo from http://diasporaenligne.net/)Read more "US & Africa; Trade & Development"