April 29, 2016

CathCon Daily - 4/29/2016

Frederic Church - Niagara

The Best Form of Government - Russell Kirk, Imaginative Conservative

Philly Pays $1.5 Million to “Ghost Teachers” - Jason Bedrick, Cato

Who Speaks for the Working Class? - Robin Cherry, City Journal

Superheroes in the State of Nature - Christopher Morrissey, Imaginative Conservative

The Rise of the Executive-Administrative State - Randy Barnett, Daily Signal

The Idea of Trump’s Electability - Ross Douthat, NYT

Last Paroxysm of the Tyrant - Ron Capshaw, Liberty Law Blog

Why The Humanities Still Have Purpose - Bradley C.S. Watson, Public Discourse

Uproar Over Renaming the Antonin Scalia Law School - Roger Pilon, Cato

Declare Total Non-Cooperation with Assisted Suicide - Wesley J. Smith, First Things

Welfare Recipients Aren’t Necessarily Lazy - Mark Skousen, Human Events

Archetypes of Exorcism - Chris R. Morgan, First Things

Dear Indiana: You're Not Getting Killed on Trade - Scott Lincicome, The Federalist

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