Robert T. Miller replies to R. R. Reno on capitalism and economic freedom:
The debate on economic issues between conservatives and liberals is not about whether the government should regulate the market or whether wealth should be redistributed. Rather, the debate between economic conservatives and others concerns the costs and benefits of particular proposals, the actual effects of proposals as opposed to the fine intentions that animate them.
Also today, Wesley J. Smith analyzes our coercive freedom of choice:
To what extent is society required to help facilitate the choices of radically autonomous individuals? Based on what I am seeing, it seems clear that identity, health, and lifestyle choices may soon trump all—particularly when these desires conflict with traditional values and norms.