May 19, 2015

CathCon Daily - 5/19/2015

The case of the Baconians is not won until it has been proved that the substitution of covetousness for wantlessness, or an ascending spiral of desires for a stable requirement of necessities, leads to a happier condition. - Richard Weaver

Journalists Should Be Openly Biased - David Harsanyi, The Federalist

Achieving Democracy with Technological Change - Bradley Smith, Nomocracy in Politics

Everything...About Constitutional Law - Michael Stokes Paulsen, Public Discourse

Wine Alarmists Should Stick a Cork in It - Julie Gunlock, The Federalist

Letters in Defense of State RFRAs - Thomas Berg, Mirror of Justice

Don't Hold a Funeral for Marriage Yet - W. Bradford Wilcox, The Federalist

Who Really Lost America? - Patrick Buchanan, American Conservative

Do Persons Matter? - Scott Walter, Philanthropy Daily

‘Just Asking’ - Thomas Sowell, Human Events

Millennials, Christianity, and Covenant - Gracy Olmstead, American Conservative

Charles Murray and Civil Disobedience - Clark Neily, The Federalist

The Capital Punishment Debate, Yet Again - Hadley Arkes, The Catholic Thing

Clinton Wants to Create Two Classes of Citizens - John O. McGinnis, Liberty Law Blog

The Adolescent Brain Defense and Tsarnaev - Satel & Lilienfeld, Volokh

Florida Judge Dismisses Lawsuit against School Choice - Jason Bedrick, Cato

Give Me Guidance - Michael Greve, Liberty Law Blog

A Child’s Memory Of White Flight From Baltimore - Dana R. Casey, The Federalist

Daredevil and the Devil - Brad Miner, The Catholic Thing

Autonomy, Recognition, and the Illusion of Diversity - Bruce Frohnen, Imaginative Conservative

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