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New Oxford Notes: September 2008

Enforcing Tolerance

Public schools are thumbing their nose at parents, saying: "We can teach your kids whatever we please, and there's nothing anybody can do about it."

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Marriage on the Fringes -- For Now

Will the slippery slope lead us to a society that no longer looks askance at a woman who decides to marry herself, her mother, her sister, or the Statue of Liberty?

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A Question of Conviction

When sacrilegious art -- like a painting depicting the Virgin Mary wearing a G-string -- appears on a Catholic campus, what should be the proper response?

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