August 1, 2015

Re-Thinking the Hiatus - 8/1/2015 (Weekend Edition)


I have received comments from two people who have indicated that they enjoy reading the blog posts. For that reason, I think I will continue. After all..where two or more are gathered... Therefore, for the weekend:

To be conservative, then, is to prefer the familiar to the unknown, to prefer the tried to the untried, fact to mystery, the actual to the possible, the limited to the unbounded, the near to the distant, the sufficient to the superabundant, the convenient to the perfect, present laughter to utopian bliss - Michael Oakeshott

Health Insurance Isn’t Really Insurance - Jim Fedako, Mises

Jamestown and Secret Priests? - Adrienne LaFrance, The Atlantic

Fallacies...and Religious Liberty Cases - Francis Beckwith, The Catholic Thing

Walking The Wire Between Constitutional Law and Hopelessness - Erin Sheley, Nomocracy

A Libertarian View of Francis’ Laudato Si - Donald Devine, Liberty Law Blog

P.P. “Hacking” Sure Looks Like An Orchestrated PR Stunt - Sean Davis, The Federalist

India’s Faltering Economic Revolution - Doug Bandow, Cato

What Causes Income Inequality? - Francis Menton, City Journal

On Libertarians and ‘Useful Idiots’ - Ed Whelan, NRO

The Co-Habitation Trap - George Sim Johnston, The Catholic Thing

Planned Parenthood Delenda Est - Editors, What's Wrong with the World

Cultural Woes Affect Our Economy, Too - Rachel Sheffield, Daily Signal

Pinker Pushes Unethical Human Research - Wesley J. Smith, NRO

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