July 9, 2015

CathCon Daily - 7/10/2015

In the matter of fact, for the greater part, these authors appear to be in the right; perhaps not always; but if the lawyers mistake in some particulars, it proves my position still the more strongly; because it demonstrates the powerful prepossession towards antiquity, with which the minds of all our lawyers and legislators, and of all the people whom they wish to influence, have been always filled; and the stationary policy of this kingdom in considering their most sacred rights and franchises as an inheritance. - Edmund Burke

Reclaiming the Rule of Law after Obergefell - Bradley C.S. Watson, NRO

Faith and Feeling - Robert Royal, The Catholic Thing

Save the Print Library - Gracy Olmstead, American Conservative

The Revenge Of The Lost Boys - Tom Nichols, The Federalist

A Campaign Lost Every Day - Pete Spiliakos, First Things

Re-Styling Tradition - Greg Bucher, First Things

Getting It Write - John R. Coyne, Jr., American Conservative

Rand Paul, Don’t Swallow The Bait - Stella Morabito, The Federalist

A Tale of Two Entrepreneurs - David Williams, Human Events

O’Connor on Art, Integrity, and the Writer’s Responsibility - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings

Andy Biggs’s ‘Con of the Con Con’ - Kevin Gutzman, Nomocracy in Politics

Kennedy and the Lonely Promethean Man - David Azerrad, Public Discourse

Russell Wilson’s Decision to Delay Sex Until After Marriage - Samantha Reinis, Daily Signal

The Hidden Risks of Government Loan Programs - Amber Athey, Daily Signal

Another One Bites the Dust - Lydia McGrew, What's Wrong with the World

Thought Control’s Lingua Franca - Flagg Taylor, Liberty Law Blog

On Demography and Marriage - Michael J. New, Public Discourse

Fanaticism, Pragmatism And Organic Agriculture - Miller & Kershen, Forbes

Lenin and Marx: Sound Money Advocates? - Louis Rouanet, Mises

Which Same-Sex Marriage Supporter Is Correct? - Jennifer Johnson, The Federalist

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