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Forget the delegate math
The tired and overwrought analysis on Hillary Clinton’s
mathematical impossibility of winning the Democratic nomination is old
Collapsed schools: a preventable tragedy
Authorities who allow the building of death-trap schools deserve the political lynching that’s coming to them.
Quebec is a world leader in cultural change. Problem is, where is it leading the world to?
Have we hit bottom yet?
| 30 May 2008 | FEATURES |
The release of Sex in the City at least suggests that we may have reached terminal velocity.
A look at the Times
Presuming Hillary Clinton is not going to be the Democratic
candidate in the Fall presidential elections, the media have been
sizing up the battle between the two very different worldviews of the
men who would be president.
From ‘pot’ to ‘skunk’: new verdict on a noxious weed
| 29 May 2008 | FEATURES |
Authorities and opinion makers who embraced cannabis in earlier decades are having to smoke their words.
Experimenting with children’s sexual identity
Gender benders are consigning more and more disturbed children to the path of sex change on the basis of a shaky philosophy.
Rough road to the White House
All three candidates have hit speed bumps.
Strictly for the star-struck
What does the Hollywood crowd see in Scientology? Whatever it is, Aussie billionaire James Packer is no longer putting his money on it.
Everybody, look this way
Nearly every day, the media pluck a political storyline from the
campaigns and run with that one basic story over and over again.
A short history of voluntary death
The ancients accepted it, Christians rejected it and now a post-Christian elite is embracing euthanasia again.
Retribution: the Battle for Japan, 1944-45
How many people are fitted to grapple with decisions of the magnitude imposed by global war?
The moral calculus
Religion and politics not only go together, as both parties realize
this year maybe more than ever, they are actually inseparable.
Beyond same sex marriage
Civil unions, same sex marriage, then what? The final stop on this train ride is the complete de-gendering of society.
Courts and judges, courts and judges…
Here's another reminder about why elections are so vital to the life or death
of a nation.
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