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Acton Commentary
Religion & Liberty: Is there a cure for America's discontent?election has really brought to light that the American people are angry—specifi
Religion & Liberty: Is there a cure for America's discontent?
Acton Commentary / Posted 5 days ago
election has really brought to light that the American people are angry—specifically with American leadership. Here at the Acton Institute, we’re interested in looking more deeply at these issues, particularly if there is a cure for this great... Read more
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Acton Commentary
Michael Matheson Miller Talks Poverty, Inc. in Adelaide, AustraliaThe Poverty, Inc. documentary continues to make waves around the world, includi
Michael Matheson Miller Talks Poverty, Inc. in Adelaide, Australia
Acton Commentary / Posted 5 days ago
The Poverty, Inc. documentary continues to make waves around the world, including the land down under. Acton Institute Research Fellow and director of Poverty, Inc. Michael Matheson Miller was featured last week on Radio Adelaide in Adelaide,... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
Laudato Si' turns one year old: Time for actionare going to save the planet. It is a good sign that the opposition to the enc
Laudato Si' turns one year old: Time for action
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 6 days ago
are going to save the planet. It is a good sign that the opposition to the encyclical came and went pretty quickly. The Acton Institute complained that the document insufficiently valued the market economy and the role of fossil fuels in... Read more
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Acton Commentary
5 Facts About China’s Cultural Revolutionwere displaced, leaving the country with an entire generation of undereducated
5 Facts About China’s Cultural Revolution
Acton Commentary / Posted 6 days ago
were displaced, leaving the country with an entire generation of undereducated people. Watch Os's latest talk at the Acton Institute Below! We live in dark times. Christians wonder: Are the best days of the Christian faith behind us? Has... Read more
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Acton Commentary
Attorneys General line up to attack free speechreviews or public opinions regarding Climate Change sent or received from” such
Attorneys General line up to attack free speech
Acton Commentary / Posted 7 days ago
reviews or public opinions regarding Climate Change sent or received from” such specifically named think tanks as the Acton Institute, The Heartland Institute and the Mackinac Center for Public Policy as well as industry organizations the U.S.... Read more
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Acton Commentary
Rev. Sirico on Private Property as the Solid Ground for Religious LibertyThe spring session of the 2016 Acton Lecture Series closed on May 17th with an
Rev. Sirico on Private Property as the Solid Ground for Religious Liberty
Acton Commentary / Posted 7 days ago
The spring session of the 2016 Acton Lecture Series closed on May 17th with an address by Acton Institute President Rev. Robert A. Sirico entitled “Freedom Indivisible: Private Property as the Solid Ground for Religious Liberty,” which examined how... Read more
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Acton Commentary
Michael Matheson Miller Critiques Celebrity Poverty CampaignsActon Institute Research Fellow and Director of Poverty, Inc. Michael Matheson
Michael Matheson Miller Critiques Celebrity Poverty Campaigns
Acton Commentary / Posted 13 days ago
Acton Institute Research Fellow and Director of Poverty, Inc. Michael Matheson Miller made an appearance on Fox Business Channel last week to discuss how his documentary addresses the issue of celebrity efforts at poverty alleviation, noting that... Read more
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Acton Commentary
Samuel Gregg on God, Profit, and the Common GoodActon Institute Director of Research Samuel Gregg joined host John Harper on Re
Samuel Gregg on God, Profit, and the Common Good
Acton Commentary / Posted 13 days ago
Acton Institute Director of Research Samuel Gregg joined host John Harper on Relevant Radio’s Morning Air on Friday morning to discuss his latest book, For God and Profit: How Banking and Finance Can Serve the Common Good. Banking and finance are... Read more
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Acton Commentary
ICCR’s Rules for Radical Nunsregard to the nuns activism, you say:” it’s not remotely religious in nature bu
ICCR’s Rules for Radical Nuns
Acton Commentary / Posted 17 days ago
regard to the nuns activism, you say:” it’s not remotely religious in nature but only political.” But isn’t the nature of Acton Institute, and this blog, by definition both religious and political? As for being an advocate, hasn’t the church... Read more
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Acton Commentary
In Defense of Wall StreetIf we forget finance’s indispensable role in modern economies, says Samuel Greg
In Defense of Wall Street
Acton Commentary / Posted 19 days ago
If we forget finance’s indispensable role in modern economies, says Samuel Gregg, research director for the Acton Institute, in an op-ed for The Detroit News, it’s guaranteed that everyone will be worse off. Finance establishes links between the... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Michigan City Attorney Accused Of Calling Rape Victim A 'Whore'an attorney, Hilton and her husband filed a lawsuit against the school and the
Michigan City Attorney Accused Of Calling Rape Victim A 'Whore'
The Huffington Post / Posted 19 days ago
an attorney, Hilton and her husband filed a lawsuit against the school and the Grand Rapids Police Department. At the time, Hilton was working for the Acton Institute, a nonprofit organization that was involved in a bitter tax dispute with the... Read more
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Acton Commentary
Christianity and the Rise of Capitalaffirm that “we behold an embryonic Wealth of Nations” in scholastic thought.
Christianity and the Rise of Capital
Acton Commentary / Posted 26 days ago
affirm that “we behold an embryonic Wealth of Nations” in scholastic thought. Samuel Gregg is research director at the Acton Institute. This commentary is excerpted from his new book, For God and Profit: How Banking and Finance Can Serve the... Read more
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Acton Commentary
Is Pope Francis’ Audit of Vatican Bank Over?that audit was “suspended immediately.” In the Detroit News, the Rev. Robert A
Is Pope Francis’ Audit of Vatican Bank Over?
Acton Commentary / Posted 27 days ago
that audit was “suspended immediately.” In the Detroit News, the Rev. Robert A. Sirico, co-founder and president of the Acton Institute, considers what this portends for the Vatican’s financial reform: I arrived in Rome to participate in a... Read more
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Acton Commentary
Rev. Sirico on Chuck Colson and His Legacythe section on honoring the late Chuck Colson and his legacy, the Rev. Robert A
Rev. Sirico on Chuck Colson and His Legacy
Acton Commentary / Posted 30 days ago
the section on honoring the late Chuck Colson and his legacy, the Rev. Robert A. Sirico, co-founder and president of the Acton Institute, discusses the common bond he shared with the evangelical leader: Here is what I wanted to say in... Read more

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