July 8, 2015

CathCon Daily - 7/8/2015

Applied to the family, the argument suggests that affection and personality cultivation can somehow exist in a social vacuum, unsupported by the determining goals and ideals of economic and political society. - Robert Nisbet

Why We Need Criminal-Justice Reform - Jon Basil Utley, American Conservative

If Not Retreat, Then What? - Bruce Frohnen, Nomocracy in Politics

The Tragedy of Blaise Pascal - Mark Malvasi, Imaginative Conservative

Wealth Gap - John Stossel, Human Events

The Diversity Canard - Wolfgang Grassl, The Catholic Thing

Minority View III - Walter Williams, Human Events

A “Royal” Rip-off? - Eric Peters, Human Events

Case for Not ‘Expressing’ Support of Same-Sex Marriage - Ken McIntyre, Daily Signal

The Left Wants To End the Separation of Church and State - Ben Domenech, The Federalist

Heat Turned Up Against Sex Offender Statutes - David Post, Volokh

South Carolina Should Move the Confederate Flag - David Boaz, Cato

America Isn’t That Racist - Greg Jones, The Federalist

How Choice And Emotion Can Influence Sexual Orientation - Ronald Pisaturo, The Federalist

A Modest Proposal For Handling Offensive Place Names - Joseph Knippenberg, The Federalist

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