Introducing: a Master Class Series in Public Policy

Written by Kathryn Hinderaker on March 24, 2020 Center of the American Experiment invites you to join us for a free 4-week live online course in public policy, featuring our expert economists and policy fellows. The ...
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LGBTQ activists demand Harvard restrict religious-freedom clinic

Harvard University (Pixabay) Following other prestigious institutions, Harvard Law School announced the launch of a religious freedom clinic, but already officials are refusing to defend it in response to criticism by LGBTQ activists. The College Fix reported the activists want ...
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Religious freedom sacrificed in coronavirus fight

  (Pixabay) The coronavirus pandemic that originated in Wuhan, China, has killed more than 7,500 people and threatened the global economy. And now it's being blamed for a loss of religious freedom in nations such as China and Iran, and ...
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Christians Fear Threats to Religious Freedom in Coronavirus Crisis

ROME — Several Christian groups and religious leaders have expressed concerns that sweeping government actions to combat the spread of coronavirus endanger religious liberty. “When the world deals with a crisis such as this — the coronavirus pandemic — religious ...
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Coronavirus Shutdowns Could Close Gun Stores in 12 States

Many states and localities are attempting to slow the spread of novel coronavirus through emergency shutdown orders that have effectively barred millions of Americans from legally purchasing guns. While some states have deemed gun retailers "essential" and allowed them to ...
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Petition calls for repeal of restriction on gay donors amid blood shortage

Puget Sound Blood Center employees handle newly donated blood September 11, 2001 as the citizens of Seattle respond to the call for blood in the wake of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York City and ...
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Is Online Education the Future?

Please respect our republishing guidelines - Click Here Social distancing and closing of schools during the Coronavirus outbreak have forced many students into online instruction. Therefore, we now get a natural experiment in novel forms of tutoring amidst the pandemic ...
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The elderly are being left to die alone

The death toll from hard-hit northern Italy has become so dramatic that Italian officials have called in more soldiers to enforce the lockdown. But even they can’t do anything to help the increasing numbers of elderly victims dying alone — ...
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 Separation Of Church and State

Why Christians Should Be Involved In Politics