July 1, 2015

CathCon Daily - 7/1/2015

We live in a nightmare of falsehoods, and there are few who are sufficiently awake and aware to see things as they are. Our first duty is to clear away illusions and recover a sense of reality. If war should come, it will do so on account of our delusions, for which our hag-ridden conscience attempts to find moral excuses. To recover a sense of reality is to recover the truth about ourselves and the world in which we live, and thereby to gain the power of keeping this world from flying asunder. - Nikolai Berdyaev

Drones Provide Abortion-Inducing Pills to Polish Women - Diana Stacy, Daily Signal

Jon Bon Jovi, American Hero - Ethan Epstein, Weekly Standard

How to Preserve Religious Freedom - Sarah Torre, Daily Signal

Aristotle, Psychiatric Drugs, and the Charleston Shooting - A. Gockowski, Intercollegiate Review

How to Make Good Law Bad - Kevin C. Walsh, Mirror of Justice

Marriage Policy Is a Mess - Jason Kuznicki, Cato

Obamacare Takes Center Stage - Jeffrey Anderson, Weekly Standard

The Mayor Who Froze the Rent - Seth Barron, City Journal

Through a Glass, Dishonestly - Theodore Dalrymple, City Journal

How Did Lewis and Tolkien Defend the Old West? - Bradley J. Birzer, Imaginative Conservative

There Is No Benedict Option - Bruce Frohnen, Nomocracy in Politics

John Ruskin on the Value of Imperfection - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings

Economic Stagnation and the Global Bubble - David Stockman, Mises

Until They Rest in Meta-Luxury - Andrew Ballio, Imaginative Conservative

Liberal Limits - Brandon McGinley, First Things

Stop the Media From Silencing Your Voice on Marriage - Tony Perkins, Daily Signal

A Minority View - Walter Williams, Human Events

Spiritual Light that Enlightens the Mind - Randall Smith, The Catholic Thing

Heroes, Villains - John Stossel, Human Events

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