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Debt crisis and government inaction
There should be a separation in that last word. The debt emergency in America should have produced a government in action. To the credit of a few in Washington, some congressional representatives did try.
Moves on the One Child Policy in China
More noises from China about changes to the one-child policy.
A terror management strategy for dementia
When the headline act in the Nitschke travelling road show’s visit to Bendigo is titled, Voluntary euthanasia: Making choices in the context of Alzheimer’s and dementia, we need to ask some serious questions about what the real agenda might be…
UN youth meeting reminded of primary role of parents
"The family is where young people first learn moral responsibility and respect for others," said the Vatican's representative.
Spotify allows you to pick you music
Spotify is what happens when you combine the revolutionary idea of Napster (but make it legal), mix in a little Netflix-type action and give users more control than Pandora affords.
It Gets Better - the youth campaign that makes everything worse
How can life get better for sexually confused young people if they cut themselves off from their families and abandon themselves to sex?
The case against
Whose rights do we value most: those of children or of homosexual adults?
One big, happy polygamous family?
In the wake of New York’s same-sex marriage law plural marriage is getting an airing, but no-one wants to talk about the kids.
Should 40-something moms dress like their daughters?
Now that my girls (and I) are getting older, I actually appreciate their advice. But dress like them? No thank you.
In Search of the Perfect Picture Book
A good picture book is one an adult can read hundreds of times.
Anders Breivik’s broken family
Norway is one of those Scandinavian countries which are often lauded for their social security and even “family-friendly” policies. But it appears from this tragic episode that there are some things social welfare and openness do not guarantee.
Ireland’s torment continues
The Vatican has recalled its ambassador after a blistering attack from the prime minister.
Zimbabwe, HIV and Behavioural Change
A 2011 report sheds light on the successful fight against HIV in Zimbabwe.
Googling for madness
Anders Behring Breivik absorbed all of his murderous ideology from the internet.
Suicide up to 14 times more likely for “queer” groups
Australian government sources reveal that homosexuals and people of other self-identified genders are much more likely to attempt suicide than the general community.
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