In God We Trust on Dollar Bill
August 23rd, 2019

Kentucky requires schools to prominently display the national motto, “In God We Trust”, somewhere in every public school in the state. One school district came up with a clever workaround to protest a law they view as unconstitutional. Continue reading

A black and white photo of Harriet Tubman
June 10th, 2019

The Trump Administration has shelved a redesign of the $20 bill that would have put Harriet Tubman’s face front and center. Now one church is stamping her face on every $20 in the collection plate. Continue reading

Jesus casting vote in a ballot box
October 11th, 2018

With the 2018 midterm elections fast approaching, religious groups on both sides of the aisle are working hard to get out the vote. But the amount of money they’ve spent doing it is raising some eyebrows. Continue reading

Giving to charity
December 12th, 2017

Giving money to charitable organizations makes us feel good about ourselves, but is it always a good thing to donate? Can giving to charity actually be a waste? Continue reading

A store offering payday loans
May 9th, 2017

Many people know someone who’s been caught in the payday loans trap. Perhaps some of us have even been there ourselves. It’s an issue that has plagued communities in America for decades – damning cycles of borrowing and debt that … Continue reading

April 19th, 2012

If it seems as though women, blacks, the elderly, and others get the short end of the stick when it comes to bank loans, it’s because they do. For years predatory lenders have targeted these and other underprivileged groups for … Continue reading