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New Oxford Notes: October 2014

The Fallacy of Faulty Analogy

Activists and journalists have been working overtime to make stick the comparison between racial segregation and so-called anti-LGBT attitudes.

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The Blood Crying Out from the Ground

We Westerners bear responsibility for the current sufferings in Iraq. We created a power vacuum there that has been filled by bloodthirsty maniacs hellbent on religious cleansing.

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