[I spoke in front of my church congregation yesterday, and I think it went over well. Below is a transcript of my talk.] The words of Amulek to the poor and humble among the Zoramites: “For behold, this life is the time for men to prepare to meet God; yea, behold the day of this … Continue reading Preparing to Meet God
Phasing out subsidies for energy: good. Phasing out politically unpopular sources of energy: bad.
Ancient prophets on the American continent testified of the Savior centuries before His birth.
Overturning the status quo requires meeting a greater burden of proof than does simply maintaining it.
There's an inverse (and perverse) relationship between Medicaid provision and household income.
Empirical evidence suggests immigration is highly beneficial for immigrants and native-born citizens alike. Unfortunately, people don't like changing their beliefs.
An external locus of control predicts depression.
Sex has a non-zero impact on the educational outcomes (and, by extension, career choices) of boys and girls.
In which Amtrak gets away with securities fraud.
Edwards and Bourne do a deep dive into the literature and find that worries about economic inequality are overblown.