Last week I brought up the subject of violence, and asked "Is violence inherently wrong?" My conclusion was: Someone who is anti-war needs to come up with something better than "violence never solves anything," because actually violence does a lot to solve the problems caused by the violations of individual rights...
On Friday afternoons, we bring you the best of our blog and the best of the web. This week's roundup includes a video tackling the myth that free enterprise hurts the poor; a series from the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics on poverty and wealth; and more!
Isaac Morehouse is taking us through an eight-part series on the morality of capitalism. He's demonstrating how capitalism not only "passes the minimum test by failing to violate basic moral standards," but it's also a system that works to actively promote morality.