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New Oxford Notes: June 2015

The Fraudsters of Islamophobia

The slain editor of Charlie Hebdo has posthumously published a book on the subject of "Islamophobia," which he calls a "misplaced fight" spawned by "disgusting white, left-wing bourgeois paternalism."

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The Roar of the Lion

San Francisco Archbishop Cordileone faces a rebellion of the overclass — a rebellion led by the city's one-percenters, who registered their protest by taking out a full-page newpaper ad.

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