Friday, October 31, 2014

CathCon Daily - 10/31/2014

We Are All Dangerous and All Have Rights - Masugi & Zvesper, Liberty Law Blog

School Issues No-Trespass Order on Homework Questioning - Kelsey Harkness, The Daily Signal

Ebola & Common Sense - Patrick Buchanan, The Imaginative Conservative

Two Days on a Holy Mountain - Wesley J. Smith, First Things

Envy in a Time of Inequality - Samuel Gregg, American Spectator

Medical Science and Ebola - Richard McKenzie, The Federalist

Die with Grace - Gracy Olmstead, The Federalist

Beware Common Core Proponents Asking for Treats - Robert Holland, Human Events

Who's Framing Brittany Maynard? - Ashton Ellie, The Public Discourse




Thursday, October 30, 2014

CathCon Daily - 10/30/2014

Lies, Damned Lies, College Statistics - Steve Cohen, City Journal

Time and Teachers Unions - Mark Hemingway, The Weekly Standard

VAT Seduction? - Daniel Mitchell, Cato

Capitalism and the Computational Revolution - John McGinnis, Liberty Law Blog

Amnesty and Voter Fraud - Genevieve Wood, The Daily Signal

Two Types of Belgian Bishop - Filip Mazurczak, First Things\

Open Carry and Kroger - Daniel Payne, The Federalist

Stop Falling in Love with Vampires - Rachel Lu, The Federalist

Religion in the Age of Evolution - William Carroll, The Public Discourse

Religion Without Beauty? - Brian Miller, Intercollegiate Review

Brain Drain Hysteria Breeds Bad Policy - Richey Piiparinen, New Geography


Wednesday, October 29, 2014

CathCon Daily - 10/29/2014 (Extra Edition)

When Common Law Rights are Constitutionalized - Mike Rappaport, Liberty Law Blog

Hagen's Corporatism and Cronyism - Tim Carney, AEI

College Sex Classes - Own Strachan, The Federalist

Pro-Choice Advocates "Celebrating" Abortion - Brandon McGinley, The Federalist

Promised Land - Walter McDougall, Intercollegiate Review / Modern Age

Self-Immolation of Wendy Davis - Michelle Malkin, Human Events

Doctors and Nurses Blow Off Self-Quarantine - John Hayward, Human Events

Be a Full-Time Student - Dr. Gary Welton, Human Events

Attorneys General Aim at New Targets - David Boaz, Cato






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