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New Oxford Notes: January-February 2018

Islamic Anti-Semitism & the Culture of Hate

The vast majority of anti-Semitic attacks in Europe (and elsewhere) are being perpetrated not by neo-Nazi skinheads but by Muslims. That might explain why we don't hear much about it.

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Pro-lifers, You've Been Played

Some call the Democratic Party the "Party of Death." There is no viable major American political party worthy of the label "Party of Life." We pro-lifers need to stop pretending there is.

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