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New Oxford Notes: September 2015

Learning to Live as Dissidents

The first victim of media vilification following the decision was Justice Antonin Scalia, who made clear that he thought the Court had overstepped its bounds and that the majority opinion "poses a threat to American democracy."

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Action Speaks Louder

Nobody really expects anything other than carefully-penned statements from the USCCB. But what's preventing our bishops from performing a great exorcism of the U.S., as has happened in Mexico?

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