June 2, 2015

CathCon Daily - 6/2/2015

Parents may not be consenting to their moral relation; but consenting or not, they are bound to a long train of burdensome duties towards those with whom they have never made a convention of any sort. Children are not consenting to their relation, but their relation, without their actual consent, binds them to its duties; or rather it implies their consent because the presumed consent of every rational creature is in unison with the predisposed order of things. - Edmund Burke

Obama and the Culture War Endgame - Hadley Arkes, The Catholic Thing

The Presidential Library Trap - Philip Giraldi, American Conservative

The Liberal Arts Are Dead; Long Live STEM - G.W Thielman, The Federalist

5 More Things Environmentalists Got Wrong - Robert Tracinski, The Federalist

The Continuing Legacy of Michael Novak - Nathaniel Peters, Public Discourse

Reforming the Status Quo - Yuval Levin, Imaginative Conservative

Fiddler on the Roof and Same-Sex Marriage - John McGinnis, The Imaginative Conservative

Is it Time for Civil Disobedience of Kludgeocratic Bureaucracy? - Michael Barone, Human Events

Paying the Price - Thomas Sowell, Human Events

Baltimore Sees Record Month for Murders - Natalie Johnson, Daily Signal

Violate Consciences Or Quit Their Jobs - D.C. McAllister, The Federalist

Magna Carta 800 - Chris Edwards, Cato

Headscarfs and Judicial Modesty - Walter Olson, Cato

Our Diabolic Age - Rod Dreher, American Conservative

Wrong About Rights - Theodore Dalrymple, Liberty Law Blog

Disarming Canadians - Pierre Lemieux, Nomocracy in Politics

The Entitlement Squeeze - Milton Ezrati, City Journal

The Campus Crusaders - David Brooks, NYT

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