July 7, 2015

CathCon Daily - 7/7/2015

The wise determine from the gravity of the case; the irritable, from sensibility to oppression; the high minded, from disdain and indignation at abusive power in unworthy hands. - Edmund Burke

Is the World Becoming Fed Up? - VD Hanson, Pajamas Media

The ’70s Again, with a Transgender Bonus - Roger Kimball, Quadrant Online

Employee Theft - David Henderson, EconoLib

Russia's Leaders: Thieves versus Policemen - Mark Harrison, Blog

How Sexy Was Kant? - Alan Jacobs, American Conservative

Religion and the Republic - David Forte, Public Discourse

The Business Book Every Serious Student Should Read - John Inzero, Intercollegiate Review

The Wrinkle in the Affordable Care Act Decision - George Will, Human Events

Obergefell and Future Challenges to Religious Liberty - John Breen, Mirror of Justice

Dawson and the Dynamics of History - Jack Shannon, Acton

Paul Exposes $25,000 Federal Grant For Oscars Museum - Natalie Johnson, Daily Signal

Is the Civil War Long Gone and Far Away? - Patrick Stoner, Imaginative Conservative

The Unsoundness of Judicial Supremacy - Paul R. DeHart, Public Discourse

Iceland and the Essentials of Government - Bruce Frohnen, Imaginative Conservative

Unlikely Working Class Warriors - Patrick Buchanan, American Conservative

Justice Thomas, Marriage, and the Question of Dignity - Mark Brumley, Catholic World Report

False Enlightenment at the Court - Joshua Schulz, First Things

Oregon Did Put a ‘Gag Order’ on Those Christian Bakers - Hans von Spakovsky, Daily Signal

Waging the War of Ideas - Lauren Weiner, Liberty Law Blog

Are We Losing Millennials? - Joan Desmond, NCR

On Skepticism - James V. Schall, The Catholic Thing

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