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In the fight against abortion, same-sex marriage, and pornography, libertarianism is the enemy. The student called for Federal intervention to impose same-sex marriage on the states.Spalding, who is with Hillsdale College, called him a big government liberal.
“Most Catholic defenders of laissez-fair ideology describe themselves as conservative.” But even they know such an ideology is really the “great disrupter, its gales of creative destruction sweeping away traditions, institutions, and communities that stand in its way.” Where no others did, Boudway had the courage to name names. John Di Iulio of the University of Pennsylvania gave perhaps the most disappointing talk.
That is the thing that occurred to some of us that day and subsequently.
Any support of a market economy equals libertarianism equals Randism equals heresy.
Except some of what these people call libertarianism, isn’t.
This proposition got at least a partial airing out last Summer at a conference called “The Catholic Case Against Libertarians” hosted in the lovely offices of Bread for the Poor, offices far larger and far nicer than the poor pro-life group that I run and most others that I know.
” in which he suggested that, without noticing it herself, Ayn Rand had made John Galt a Christ-figure.
The Catholic left dutifully reported that Sirico sees Galt as a Christ-figure, which he never did.One of the overarching questions, at least for some of us in the room, was where are the libertarians you all are talking about?Why weren’t any of them invited to speak, perhaps to engage, to explain themselves.Influential Catholics—many of them supporters of Barack Obama—are advancing a proposition that may have the result of sullying the reputations of Catholic conservatives and those Catholics arguing for a robust market economy.They couch their arguments in Catholic Social Teaching; the common good, political community, love for the poor, subsidiarity.When the school was founded, a mere 12 months before, one of the big donors was the Charles Koch Foundation. Almost immediately 50 professors wrote a letter to CUA president John Garvey and Andrew Abela suggesting that a grant was inappropriate in light of Catholic Social Teaching.