New Oxford Notes: June 2005
For "Diversity," but Not for Intellectual Diversity
The Catholic Library Association is intolerant, exclusive, and truly authoritarian.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Fr. Fessio Goes Ballistic
What does the Ave Maria controversy have to due with Ignatius Press?READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Freedom Trumps Family
"Money is power." And, boy, do these feminists want money.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Now They Tell You! (Part II)
Now that Bush cannot run again, we hear a different tune from the Neo-cons.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Mammon Wins Again
You just can't let religion and free speech get in the way of mammon.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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