Capital Commentary is a weekly current-affairs publication of the Center for Public Justice. Published since 1996, it is written to encourage the pursuit of justice. Commentaries do not necessarily represent an official position of the Center for Public Justice but are intended to help advance discussion.
Does Religious Diversity Count?
by Stephen V. Monsma

California State University’s recent move to derecognize the student organization InterVarsity is a troubling development in the debate over the freedom of religion and public discourse.

Fiscal Justice for Tomorrow’s Children
by Todd P. Steen

What do the demands of justice and stewardship suggest about the level of government spending in our economy? 

Why are We Prosecuting Sex Trafficking Victims?
by Nate Frierson

The way our criminal justice system treats victims of human trafficking creates significant areas of injustice that must be addressed.

Improving Health in Ethiopia Through Partnerships with the Church
by Emily Robinson and Getahun Asres

A unique church-university-hospital partnership is positively impacting the health of communities in the North Gondar region of Ethiopia.