June 1, 2015

CathCon Daily - 6/1/2015

I don't think any of us can do much about the rapid growth of new technology. A new technology helps to fuel the economy, and any discussion of slowing its growth has to take account of economic consequences. However, it is possible for us to learn how to control our own uses of technology. The "forum" that I think is best suited for this is our educational system. If students get a sound education in the history, social effects and psychological biases of technology, they may grow to be adults who use technology rather than be used by it. - Neil Postman

Can Atlanta Heat Up Again? - Wendell Cox, City Journal

The Rise Of Generic College, USA - Peter Lawler, The Federalist

Dying Art - Malcolm Forbes, New Criterion

Ireland: A Country Without a Conscience? - William Doino, Jr., First Things

Emails Raise Questions of Bias in Case Against Bakers - Kelsey Harkness, Daily Signal

[A]n Honest Conversation about Abortion? - Mary Rose Somarriba, Public Discourse

Taylor Swift Flirts With The Feminist Dark Side - Heather Wilhelm, The Federalist

Rubio And Paul Pose Greatest Threat To Hillary Clinton - Emily Ekins, Federalist

Post Civil War Recessions - Donald McClarey, American Catholic

The Trouble with Gay Marriage - Brendan O'Neill, Spiked

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