Should Americans be tougher on our celebrities—and ourselves? A leading anthropologist says yes.
Anthropologist and brand consultant Grant McCracken thinks we need a new honor code for public figures—and ourselves.
Do you have a license for that refrigerator stocked with free food?
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The New York Times touches on an old intra-libertarian debate over corporate responsibility.
No, they’re not frontline ventilators. Yes, they’re useful.
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More than $725 million has been spent across the world from non-governmental organizations.
Raíces Venezolanas, or Venezuelan Roots, gives household items and a heavy dose of moral support to immigrant families showing up in South Florida.
"There was a time when the majority of people on Earth were illiterate and starving, and capitalism changed all of that."
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Local Man Uses Viral Fame To Raise $1 Million for Charity, Journalist Digs Up Offensive Tweets He Made at Age 16
Carson King is the latest victim of a cancel culture that's out of control.
A New Study Utterly Fails to Demonstrate the Sinister Effects of Right-Wing Philanthropy at Universities
From textbooks to professors, universities remain mostly hostile to free market thinking.
Georgia's Department of Public Health Is Going After a Charity That Feeds Hungry Kids for Using 'Uncertified' Kitchens
MUST Ministries has provided millions of children with free lunch sandwiches, but an old rule could change their program.
The suit alleges that Houston's law violates elements of the First, Fourth, Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments
When Europe's beer-brewing, liquor-distilling monks combine Catholicism and capitalism, the results are delicious.
Government has repaid acts of service with exorbitant fines and misdemeanor charges.
Daniele Struppa says progressives who would deny money simply because of who gives it pose "a grave threat to academic freedom."
El Cajon is just the latest city to abuse "public safety" fears to control how people help each other.
By pursuing profit honestly, entrepreneurs like Bezos do much more for the world than charities do.
Private enterprise helps global economic development in ways besides simple charity.
Trump Brings Back Ban on Funds for Groups That Promote Abortion, While Congress Reconsiders Global Anti-Prostitution Pledge
Here we go again, and again, and again...
Dozens of villages in Kenya will soon be receiving payments.
Courage House Claimed to Save Sex-Trafficked Girls. Instead, It Used Them As Funding Bait While Playing Evangelical Christian Missionary
Courage House received about $9,100 in government support per month per girl it took in.
An experiment in international aid hits a snag.
A stronger civil society makes life better for everyone.
Restoring the herds and landscape seen by Lewis and Clark