May 14, 2015

CathCon Daily - 5/14/2015 (Extra)

The spread-the-work schemes rest also, as we began by pointing out, on the false assumption that there is just a fixed amount of work to be done. There could be no greater fallacy. There is no limit to the amount of work to be done as long as any human need or wish that work could fill remains unsatisfied. In a modern exchange economy, the most work will be done when prices, costs, and wages are in the best relations to each other. - Henry Hazlitt

Mr. President, Don’t Scapegoat Private Schools - Neal McCluskey, Cato

How Capitalism Humanized the Family - Joseph Sunde, Acton

Amtrak’s Budget - Chris Edwards, Cato

Too Much Money Going to the Wrong Places - Randal O'Toole, Cato

Iris Murdoch’s Moral Vision and Modern Television - Matthew Murphy, Intercollegiate Review

President Obama’s Support For Parenting Equality - Jayme Metzger, The Federalist

Columbia Students Feel ‘Triggered’ By Ovid - Ethan Epstein, Weekly Standard

And We Must Avert Another - Mark L. Movsesian, Liberty Law Blog

Which “Common Law” Does the Seventh Amendment Protect? - Mike Rappaport, Liberty Law Blog

Obama Gets Names of Saudi Royals Wrong - Daniel Halper, Weekly Standard

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