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New Oxford Notes: June 2016

The Unbearable Whiteness of Being

Pushers of political correctness now desire, if not demand, something called "deep diversity" — that is, eliminating all signs of "whiteness" from campuses across the country.

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The Last Rhetorical Refuge of an Intellectual Scoundrel

A writer in the outrageously compares the Church's refusal to ordain women with a Muslim mob's murder of a young woman.

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