July 30, 2015

CathCon Daily - 7/30/2015

Freedom has appeared in the world at different times and under various forms; it has not been exclusively bound to any social condition, and it is not confined to democracies. Freedom cannot, therefore, form the distinguishing characteristic of democratic ages. The peculiar and preponderating fact which marks those ages as its own is the equality of conditions; the ruling passion of men in those periods is the love of this equality. - Alexis de Tocqueville

Conservatives and Transgenderism - Gregory Brown, Public Discourse

Why Yankees Won’t...Leave the South Alone - Forrest McDonald, Imaginative Conservative

What’s a Nice Girl Like You Doing in a Movie Like This? - Eve Tushnet, American Conservative

Segregated Sunday Mornings - Patrick Brown, First Things

Rich Corporate Elites and Gay Marriage - Ryan T. Anderson, Daily Signal

After Planned Parenthood...? - Editors, National Review

The Right Time To Marry Is… - Rachel Lu, The Federalist

10 Quick, Important Developments On P.P. - Mollie Hemingway, The Federalist

A Reply to Zmirak and Cooke - Daniel Klein, Intercollegiate Review

The Pope’s Wisest Warning - Chad Pecknold, Pope in D.C.

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