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New Oxford Notes: January 2007

Not in the Limelight

Jim Holman is a Catholic who knows his money and talents are only a loan, and that he will have to account for them on Judgment Day.

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Pro-Abortion & Anti-War?

If you are anti-war and pro-abortion, and you won't recognize that you are making war on the unborn, you are not really anti-war.

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Pro-Life & Pro-War?

Fr. Pavone is a great prolife leader, but why can't he think with the mind of the Church instead of the mind of the Republican party?

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Media Comfort

Media comfort is the enemy of media debate. If you don't listen to all sides in politics, you are not staying intellectually sharp.

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What Happened to Rick Santorum?

In an effort to attract moderates, the Pennsylvania senator capitulated on every key point dear to conservatives -- and was voted out of office.

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