School choice: How does it benefit me?

For those without kids in school, it may be difficult to see why expanding parental choice in education is a policy goal deserving of widespread public support. After all, one might ask, how does it benefit me? The Church’s support … Continue reading →

The failure of all-or-nothing politics

Even one as accustomed to political victory as Otto von Bismarck said that “[p]olitics is the art of the possible, the attainable—the art of the next best.” But too many elected officials today, mired in a political environment of hyper-partisanship … Continue reading →