With the War on Drugs turning 45 this year, here are some public misconceptions about that policy that I think warrant more careful reflection on what our path forward should be.
On May 16, the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Zubik v. Burwell, the challenge to the “Contraception Mandate” in the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Although, perhaps it’s too much to say that the Court made much of a decision.
Not many people I know are personally prohibitionists, but the legacy of that movement still casts a long shadow over our social norms, if not our moral code. Should it?
From a young age, most of us were taught that there are certain words that Christians just shouldn’t say. The rule is easy—don’t cuss—but easy rules can be deceptive.
What it is that seems to keep driving up the cost of health insurance for Americans?
While most news sources seem to be either oriented forward or backward, reflecting on the man or the office, I think it would be valuable to look back at what made this particular man so well suited to the office. That is, looking back at who Scalia was might give us some good insight into who should best take his place on the Court.