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Australia’s population booms
Last week, as the Australian Bureau of Statistics announced a 2 per cent leap (439,000 people) in the country’s population in the year to March, a huge dust storm blew in from the arid interior to blanket much of Eastern…
Working mums have less healthy kids
Last night on New Zealand television the British female lead of the live show Mamma Mia! joked about how she went to work to get away from her four young children -- a firstborn plus triplets who are on tour…
As Europe goes…
…so goes the future of the Irish people? The two are still
intertwined. But at least some power is still in the hands of the Irish.
Russia looks to its religious culture
The Orthodox Church has won its battle to make religious education compulsory in schools, but secularists have won concessions too.
Let’s have done with the ‘Dark Ages’
The glint of gold in some long buried treasure is shedding new light on the culture of ancient Britain.
Race is not the issue in health care debate
It's the plan being criticized, not the colour of the president's skin.
Max and the Bean Counters
The Baucus bill under debate in Congress this week is being touted
as the compromise to save health care ‘reform’. But that’s a
Obama’s foreign policy crisis
Between Afghanistan and Iran, it's decision time for the American president.
The story of an honest man doing the right thing - or is it?
Make no mistake
Unless changed, the health care reform legislation currently written
and debated as HB 3200 will use taxpayer dollars to fund abortion.
Another brilliant light…out
Over the past year, conservatives have lost some powerful voices. Now it's William Safire.
Culpability stops where?
The scandals involving President Obama’s appointments and associations have been mounting.
The president’s health reform and the life issues
It is possible to have health reform without shuttting down Catholic hospitals. Follow Canada's lead.
China’s stolen babies
Girl babies adopted by American and other overseas couples from orphanages in China in recent years may have been forcibly taken from their parents, not abandoned, as the adoptive parents were told. The Los Angeles Times reports at length on…
Neo-conservatism: Irving Kristol’s living legacy
| 25 September 2009 |
The godfather of America's neocons has died, but it is too soon to bury his movement.
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