May 14, 2015

CathCon Daily - 5/14/2015

Great power often corrupts virtue; it invariably renders vice more malignant. In proportion as the powers of government increase, both its own character and that of the people becomes worse. - John Taylor of Caroline

Why the Case for the Liberal Arts is Stronger than Ever - Wilfred McClay, Imaginative Conservative

The Sacred Tradition of Offending People - Robert Oscar Lopez, Public Discourse

The Power Elite - Patrick Deneen, First Things

First Things First - Alan Jacobs, More than 95 Theses

A Gateway to the Working World - Judah Bellin, City Journal

What is Marriage to Evangelical Millennials? - Abigail Rine, First Things

Against Kant and Consumerism - Gracy Olmstead, American Conservative

Navigating the Coming Water Crisis - Jonathan Adler, Nomocracy in Politics

Excessive Regulation Hurts America’s Entrepreneurs - Anthony Kim, Daily Signal

How to Fight the Bureaucratic State - Donald Devine, American Conservative

Middle Class Better Off Now or in the 1980s? - James Pethokoukis, AEI

‘When Pigs Fly’, and Other Lies - Rod Dreher, American Conservative

Obama's Sexism and the Democrats' Dead Dogma - Mark Hemingway, Weekly Standard

The Failure of Originalism to Preserve the Civil Jury Trial - Mike Rappaport, Liberty Law Blog

Changing the Church from Within - Rod Dreher, American Conservative

Central Bank of Switzerland Announces a Huge Loss - Alex J. Pollock, Liberty Law Blog

Why Are Conservatives Soft On Police Brutality? - Rachel Lu, The Federalist

Modest Conscience Protections in Louisiana - Adam J. MacLeod, Public Discourse

The Foreign Policy Effects Of ‘Educating A Generation Of Morons’ - Editors, The Federalist

Paul Ryan’s Not Playing Dirty With The Poverty Rate - Charles Hughes, The Federalist

Democracy and the Problem of Forms - Bruce Frohnen, Nomocracy in Politics

Financial Warfare and the Declining Dollar - Ryan McMaken, Mises

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