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New Oxford Notes: June 2005

For "Diversity," but Not for Intellectual Diversity

The Catholic Library Association is intolerant, exclusive, and truly authoritarian.

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Fr. Fessio Goes Ballistic

What does the Ave Maria controversy have to due with Ignatius Press?

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Freedom Trumps Family

"Money is power." And, boy, do these feminists want money.

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Now They Tell You! (Part II)

Now that Bush cannot run again, we hear a different tune from the Neo-cons.

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Mammon Wins Again

You just can't let religion and free speech get in the way of mammon.

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