(RNS) In a free market, compensation would be tied to results, not to accumulated wealth. Instead, we see no linkage to results; it’s just insiders taking what they can. It’s a polite form of thuggery.
Author Archives: Tom Ehrich
SAN ANSELMO, Calif. (RNS) Innovation only makes sense when we recognize the broken, see the failure and our part in it.
(RNS) Religion in the U.S. went into decline 30 years before the Internet became commercially available.
(RNS) We seem a long way from the conditions that spawned Hitler and Nazism. But even the sturdiest democracy can lose its footing.
(RNS) We can trust people’s common sense to ignore conspiracy theories, obviously biased coverage and hysterical headlines.
(RNS) I don’t know any adult who would willingly repeat adolescence, yet here we are treating our faith as an endless adolescence centered around sex.
(RNS) It would have been easy to join the chorus of helpless whining. And maybe I did join it from time to time. If so, I hope the impulse to complain will vanish with the crocus and the daffodil.
(RNS) Traditionalists have had five decades to promote Christianity by keeping the 1950s alive. Now it’s time to let innovation happen.