Fw: Acton News & Commentary — 3 November 2010

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3 November 2010

Acton Commentary

‘A’ for Austerity: The New Scarlet Letter by Jordan Ballor

If yesterday’s mid-term elections are to have any lasting effect, Jordan Ballor writes, “it will be because of a commitment to the limits of government rooted in a rich and variegated civil society.”  Read more »

A Tale of Two Europes by Samuel Gregg

As European leaders begin to put the brakes on the unsustainable welfare states they were busy building for decades, the popular reaction to these moves is often street protests, general strikes and sporadic rioting. Acton Research Director Samuel Gregg argues that “this is simply the latest bout of an on-going clash of economic ideas which goes back much further in European history than most people realize.”  Read more »

Now @ Acton

Chicago Open Mic Night: Thursday, November 4

Please join us for a unique opportunity to engage with three experts on today’s hottest issues: the state of financial markets, the prospect of economic growth, the impact of government debt, and the future of free and open discussion of faith in the public square.

Panelists at the event are Rev. Robert Sirico, Joseph Morris, and Brian Wesbury. Click here for more information.

Registration: 6pm (cash bar will be open!)
Program: 7pm followed by cocktail reception with hors d’oeuvres and cash bar

Tickets: $15, Students: $8 – Register Now

Video: Richard M. DeVos Accepts the 2010 Faith And Freedom Award

Watch Richard DeVos, Co-founder of Amway, accept the Faith and Freedom Award at Acton Institute’s 20th anniversary dinner. Click here to watch it on Youtube.

You can also view a slideshow of the night at Acton’s website.


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