June 5, 2015

CathCon Daily - 6/5/2015

Burke agrees with Plato that in the statesman, prudence is chief among virtues. Any public measure ought to be judged by its probable long-run consequences, not merely by temporary advantage or popularity. Liberals and radicals, the conservative says, are imprudent: for they dash at their objectives without giving much heed to the risk of new abuses worse than the evils they hope to sweep away. As John Randolph of Roanoke put it, Providence moves slowly, but the devil always hurries. - Russell Kirk

The Diversity Regime - Bruce Frohnen, Imaginative Conservative

Will ISIS Inherit Damascus? - Patrick J. Buchanan, American Conservative

Are We In for Another High-Crime Era...? - Michael Barone, Human Events

Another Winters (Tall) Tale - Robert George, Mirror of Justice

House Moves to Stop Operation Choke Point - Kelsey Harkness, Daily Signal

Made in Brooklyn, Again - Kay Hymowitz, City Journal

The Psychologization of Everything - Julia Yost, First Things

Ludwell Johnson and the Very Soul of History - Joseph Stromberg, Imaginative Conservative

Signing the Magna Carta Only 1/2 the Battle - Jim Powell, Cato

Is There No “Hiatus” in Global Warming After All? - Michaels, et. al., Cato

Silicon Valley Is No Longer America’s Startup Capital - Sean Davis, The Federalist

America’s Morals Are Slipping, New Poll Finds - Kate Scanlon, Daily Signal

Ten Things Every Economist Should Know about the Gold Standard - George Selgin, Cato

Babylon & the Benedict Option - Rod Dreher, American Conservative

Why Technology Hasn’t Delivered More Democracy - Thomas Carothers, Foreign Policy

Obamacare’s Revenge - Yevgeniy Feyman, City Journal

Questionable Commitments - Galen Baughman, Cato Unbound

Our Deeply Flawed Civil Commitment System - David Prescott, Cato Unbound

Made in Brooklyn, Again - Kay Hymowitz, City Journal

There Is No Fundamental Right to Marry - S. Adam Seagrave, Public Discourse

No, Tax Breaks are not Subsidies - Matt McCaffrey, Mises

Conservative Diversity on Higher Education - Peter Lawler, NRO

Literature as a Form of Resistance - Daniel McInerny, The Catholic Thing

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