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New Oxford Notes: January 2003

Has the Permanent Revolution Pooped Out In the People's Republic?

The citizens of Berkeley shoved the ballot measure down the proverbial coffee grinder.

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Oh, to Be a Victim!

Victim status is highly coveted in our effete culture.

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Can We Please Change the Subject!

Forget the scandals? (Uh, not so fast, pal!)

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When the "Shorter Form" Is The Politically Correct Form

Scripture is censored in the Parable of the Talents, where the "wicked, lazy servant" is sent "where there will be wailing and grinding of teeth."

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Evangelize! (But Why?)

Sister Antonio says to share our faith we won't actually have to say anything controversial.

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