Tag: public policy

Economic Freedom & the Culture of Work

Those of us at Southeastern University had a wonderful opportunity yesterday to hear from Mr. David Azerrad, Associate Director of the B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics, a research arm of Washington, D.C.’s Heritage Foundation, one of the key public policy think tanks in the nation. Mr. Azerrad spoke on the topic “Defending the Dream: Why Income Inequality Doesn’t Threaten Opportunity.” It was an excellent presentation of the contrasting concepts of the American Dream as seen from both… Read more »

Want to Find a Good Book?

My website is more than just a blog, although the blog is where I devote most of my attention on a daily basis. For instance, you can find at the top and on the right sidebar a link to “Recommended Reading.” I’ve taken the time to provide annotations on what I believe are some of the best books available on American history, world history, public policy, and education. I have another category called “general,” which includes the best overtly Christian… Read more »