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Daily Archives: August 26, 2018
Reblogging for future reference: In Africa, Namibian history is no secret. Nothing is taboo. This is what is common knowledge in Windhoek or in Cape Town in neighboring South Africa: The Germans drove into the desert, and then exterminated, over … Continue reading
Reading Acts The Sermon on the Mount is very much a Jewish style collection and there are some parallels between Jesus’ teaching and discussions of the Law found in the Mishnah. For example, exchanging coins for tithes (Mt. 21:12, Maaser … Continue reading
Originally posted on International Liberty:
When I write about the economics of fiscal policy and need to give people an easy-to-understand explanation on how government spending affects growth, I share my four-part video series. But. other than a much-too-short primer…