May 27, 2015

CathCon Daily - 5/27/2015

The progress of an artist is a continual self-sacrifice, a continual extinction of personality. - T.S. Eliot

Nash and His Challenge to Homo Economicus - Dominic Burbidge, Public Discourse

David McCullough's 'Wright Brothers' - Susan Whitall, Detroit News

Feds Blackmail Virginia...School District Into Transgender Policy - Dustin Siggins, The Federalist

The Natural, the Necessary, and the Monarchical - Bruce Frohnen, Nomocracy in Politics

William Zinsser on How to Write Well About Science - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings

Best Cities for Minorities - Mark Schill, New Geography

Diversity as Ideology - Bruce Frohnen, Imaginative Conservative

Meanwhile, in Switzerland - Fr. Gerald Murray, The Catholic Thing

Is Amending the Constitution...So Difficult? - Darren Patrick Guerra, First Things

Katha Pollitt's Intuition - Erika Bachiochi, Mirror of Justice

A Culture of Authenticity versus a Jurisprudence of Principle - John McGinnis, Liberty Law Blog

The Audible Artistry of “The Hobbit” - Daniel Hannan, Imaginative Conservative

$15 Minimum Wage Hurts Businesses - Mark Perry, AEI

No, Video Games Are Not Subsidized - Matt McCaffrey, Mises

The ‘Income Inequality’ Warriors - Richard Epstein, The Federalist

Adjunct Professors’ Rodney Dangerfield Problem - Mary Grabar, The Federalist

The Advanced Placement Scam - Georgi Boorman, The Federalist

Cronyism...It Infects Culture - Needham & Anderson, The Federalist

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