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New Oxford Notes: April 2005

What Passes as Conservative These Days

Talk radio's talking-mouths are taking extreme liberal positions and passing them off as conservative.

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Rehabilitating Paul Shanley

National Catholic Reporter tries to put a good face on a serial pederast.

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Bishop Vicky & Bishop Gumby

It's luv, luv, luv that makes the world go round, and who cares what comes after.

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Now They Tell You!

Will prolife voters once again be snookered by a Republican president (as they were by Reagan and Bush Sr.)?

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