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CCU's Faith and Economics Conference Breaks Down Walls

By Gabe Knipp, Colorado Christian University Marketing and Communicaitons

April 14—Scott Moore, an expert on social enterprise and successful businessman, told the audience of over 300 his story. 552 more words

Nil Sine Numine

AEI at UVa: Is Obamacare Really Working?

After months of multiple site crashes, extended deadlines, and resulting ridicule, Democrats finally rejoiced as the White House announced on April 1 that 7.1 million people enrolled in the first round of Obamacare signups. 361 more words

University Of Virginia

Solving the pay equity problem: Not that easy

Is the gender gap in wages a myth or is it as the President said yesterday just math?  If a company pays, as does the White House and most other government agencies, equally for the same job, why is there still a gap in total pay?  768 more words

President Obama

[VIDEO] The Phony Gender Wage Gap Myth

“Yes, of course it’s not true. Yes…I know. It’s fiction. It’s complete bullshit, I know. It’s a wedge issue. It’s all we got. Give it time. 198 more words


Should everyone go to college? Students, experts weigh in

By Alex Koma


USA TODAY Collegiate Correspondent

By IStock

Is going to college necessary?

Should everyone go to college?

That’s the question a pair of researchers at the Brookings Institution are asking. 752 more words


Who the Neocons Really Are…



A good priest commended the last three paragraphs of this long piece to me (I broke the first paragraph in two for stylistic reasons). 574 more words


The Dalai Lama and…Capitalism?

By Robyn Fambrough, Colorado Christian University Student

Poverty. It’s beyond the comprehension of most people living in first-world countries, including myself. It’s easy to be disconnected when my only worry for breakfast is whether or not I want my pop tart toasted. 655 more words

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