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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

This is blatant censorship and cowardly pandering to the Zeitgeist.

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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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