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Making finance safe for our children
Oskari Juurikkala | 31 January 2008 |
tags:The answer to the global financial crisis is not more regulation but more financiers with moral backbone.
Where did universities come from?
Richard Bastien | 30 January 2008 |
tags:When a group of students and professors refused to hear the pope speak at their Roman university they were denying their own tradition.
Brenda McGann | 30 January 2008 |
tags:A modern Irishman struggles to make sense of his boyhood faith again and succeeds.
The faith of the Irish
Seamus Grimes | 30 January 2008 |
tags:Secularization is taking its toll in newly-prosperous Ireland but there are young voices speaking up again for the old values.
The unkindest cut
Carolyn Moynihan | 29 January 2008 |
tags: abortion, Africa, female circumcision, feminismFemale circumcision is outrageous, but then so is much of what we do to women in the West.
Abortion: giving new life to the debate
Margaret Somerville | 26 January 2008 |
The art of dazzling employers without saying a word
Francis Phillips | 25 January 2008 |
tags:An American expert says that 93 percent of our communication is through body language.
Is it kiss and make up for science and religion?
Phillip Elias | 24 January 2008 |
tags:Two leading science bodies in the US have agreed that acceptance of evolution and belief in God are compatible.
Australia’s ultimate party animal
Angela Shanahan | 24 January 2008 |
tags:What's worse: 500 teenagers trashing your house or an army of bureaucrats trashing your kids?
Christopher Blunt | 24 January 2008 |
tags:With the tightest race for years in the US presidential primaries, opinion polls have become more important than ever. Can they be trusted?
Sir Edmund Hillary: an ordinary hero
Carolyn Moynihan | 18 January 2008 |
tags:The death of the man who conquered the world's highest mountain confronts us with challenge of climbing our own Everest.
No strikes and you’re outted
John Willson | 17 January 2008 |
tags:Even baseball players deserve to be regarded as innocent until proven guilty.
Unsuitable for children
John Bambenek | 16 January 2008 |
tags:If some video games are too violent to be suitable for kids, what exactly makes them suitable for adults?
Decently and in order
Lorraine Brock | 16 January 2008 |
tags:It is that time of year when resolutions to get organised are being tested. Professional advice may be in order.