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New Oxford Notes: March 2015

"Islam Has a Problem"

Bobby Jindal, the two-term governor of Louisiana, said in a highly publicized speech in London that "Islam has a problem." He continued, "religion that allows and endorses killing those who oppose it is not a religion at all," but "a terrorist movement."

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Losing the Liberals

As we mark the two-year anniversary of Jorge Bergoglio's election to the papacy, the extended honeymoon period with liberal Catholics that he enjoyed is coming to a bitter close.

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