Category Archives: Human Rights

From the Department of Rational Empiricism

Homeless advocates have been saying it for years, but now there’s empirical evidence to back it up: the Obama administration has gotten a boost to its plans to reform urban housing issues with a new study finding that governments spend … Continue reading

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Uganda Blowback

Back in the 1990s, Uganda became a hotbed for groups like the C-Street “family” and American evangelists who saw it as an opening for Christ in central Africa. The problem, of course, is the universal law of unintended consequences: For … Continue reading

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