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.
Living and Dying
by Stephen V. Monsma

How does public justice respond to the awesome questions of life and death when people are facing terminal illnesses?

Transformative Justice in Ferguson
by Mikael Pelz

When we adopt a narrow version of justice based on our own ideological predilections, we miss the transformative nature of justice altogether.

Patriotism, Personal Ambition, and “Foxcatcher”
by Josh Larsen

The film Foxcatcher shows the dark side of wrapping personal ambition in patriotic garb.

Public Justice and Education in Indian Country (3)
by Ben Gibson

The third article in the series examines how Christians can exercise faithful presence in the pursuit of educational justice for Native Americans.