Politics & Society EditorialsThe EditorsDecember 14, 2018
“Additional EITC expansions today—for adults with or without children—would likely continue to increase labor supply, decrease poverty, and improve the well-being of lower-income families at a cost much lower than the ‘sticker price.’”
Politics & Society EditorialsThe EditorsNovember 30, 2018
The United States spends $81 billion to lock people up each year, and the human costs of incarceration to inmates, their families and entire communities are incalculably greater.
Politics & Society EditorialsThe EditorsNovember 07, 2018
After the midterms, there are a variety of other issues on which compromise is still achievable and where “good politics” can still be practiced.
Faith EditorialsThe EditorsNovember 02, 2018
We must pray for the grace to proceed boldly wherever the painful truth of our failures leads us, trusting in the One who is faithful to the end.
Politics & Society EditorialsThe EditorsNovember 02, 2018
The apparently state-sanctioned murder of Mr. Khashoggi offers the administration an opportunity to step back and reassess not just its relationship with the Saudi royal family but the overall mission of the United States throughout the Middle East.
Politics & Society EditorialsThe EditorsOctober 29, 2018
We must reject violence. But this is the least that we should do.
Faith EditorialsThe EditorsOctober 19, 2018
For U.S. Catholics, every synod is also a valuable reminder—and corrective—that it is not all about us.