September 2, 2015

CathCon Daily - 9/2/2015 (Extra)

Either the schools will continue to decline in quality until they  become a de facto adjunct of the welfare system where children of the poor will be warehoused for twelve years, then dumped into society, ill-prepared, a more or less permanent underclass.

Or taxpayers will finally get fed up with an expensive system turning out an inferior product and demand that the public schools be opened to free-market competition, perhaps by a voucher system which would give poor parents the same freedom of choice of schools as the more affluent. Such a system might have its disadvantages, but you may be sure it would get the attention of the public-school bureaucracy. Why are GM cars getting better? Not because of increased government subsidies or higher salaries. Because of Toyota.- Walker Percy

No, Samus Aran Is Not A Trans Woman - Brandon Morse, The Federalist

Clerk Didn’t Follow Christianity Before Converting To It - Mollie Hemingway, The Federalist

What IS an American Catholic? - Rod Dreher, American Conservative

Carly Fiorina’s Merit is Not that She’s a Woman - Kimberly Ross, Red State

A Sovereign People Asserts Its Authority - Julie Ponzi, Liberty Law Blog

Republicans in Worst Possible Light - Mona Charen, NRO

Majority of Immigrant Households on Welfare - Mark Krikorian, NRO

Conservatives Are More Likely To Be Happily Married - Wilcox & Wolfinger, The Federalist

Yes, The Homeschooled Kids Are Alright - Cheryl Magness, The Federalist

Producers vs. Scribes - Mark Movesesian, First Things

Report Exaggerates Immigrant Welfare Use - Alex Nowrasteh, Cato

The Moral Dimension of Work - James V. Schall, Acton

The Climate of Clinton - Mark Steyn, Steyn Online

Oldest Koran Fragments Predate Mohammed? - Abraham Rabinovich, Free Beacon

Violent Crime Wave Could Swamp Prison Reform - American Interest

Women’s Group Files Brief in Support of Nuns - Kate Scanlon, Daily Signal

Horny the Gender Unicorn to the Rescue - Rod Dreher, American Conservative

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