Syria: Nowhere Near Regime Change

Srdja Trifkovic offers trenchant analysis on world events for this reason: he is not bound to the liberal/neo-con vision of American foreign policy that justifies the invasion and domination of sovereign nations under the rubric that behind every dictator lies a nascent movement of political liberty waiting to emerge. This view is misguided idealism and […]

Religion and Economics: A Review of AEI’s Common Sense Concept Series

Over the last several years I find myself more and more being drawn more into conversation about religion—specifically, Orthodox Christianity—and economics. Originally, my interest in the economic side of the conversation was minimal.  Embarrassing though it is to say now, I only took one economics class in college and while I got a “B” I […]

Orthodox Churches Object to National Identity Cards

First of all, let’s dispense with the pejoratives: Conservative and nationalist wings within the churches have held demonstrations in Athens and Moscow and claim that the cards will compromise national and religious identity. Many have gone so far as to say that identity numbers such as 666 are the “mark of the beast” from the […]

Letter from William Souvall, OCL President, to the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Christian Bishops

A letter from Orthodox Christian Laity president William Souvall. Highlights: …The need for thorough committee work is understood, but it should not delay palpable unity-related activities which can be undertaken immediately: such as increased and highly visible Pan-Orthodox worship services throughout America. With few exceptions, the Orthodox presently worship together only on the Sunday of […]

Charting the Course to $7 Gas

I’m not an economist but the the essay below makes a lot of sense. The author, J. Kevin Meaders, says this is the cycle we are in: The Fed has tripled the money supply and reduced interest rates to zero. A stronger economy is trying to get off the ground but can’t because all the […]

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