Panel to Discuss Moral Ramifications of US Debt Crisis

by (@HashtagGriswold) January 7, 2014

This Thursday, January 16 at 12:00 PM, Institute on Religion and Democracy President Mark Tooley will take part in a discussion of the U.S. federal government’s fiscal woes and the ethical dimensions in an event by the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget.

Reduced Religious Vitality, Our Nation, and the 2012 Election

by (@bjgingerich) November 13, 2012

by Robert Benne We are indeed a changed country. We are in decline economically, socially, and culturally.  And the crucial factor—religion—that undergirds all those sectors is losing its punch. The victory of Barack Obama is a sure sign of these changes. Let’s start with the economic dimension.  We have incurred trillions of dollars of debt […]

Is Endless Government Debt Irreligious?

by (@markdtooley) August 3, 2011

The following article originally appeared on the American Spectator website and was reposted with permission. Coalition leaders pray for a favorable result in debt negotiations at the Capitol building. (Photo credit: American Spectator)   Religious defenders of the Welfare and Entitlement State seem ambivalent but concerned about the final debt deal between President and Congress. […]