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Is kids TV ready for “gay marriage”?
Yes, according to an online petition.
Premature victory celebration
Why was nearly every prediction about the war in Libya wrong?
Sauntering beyond good and evil
In a race to the bottom of ethics, an American philosopher may have got there first.
What happened to school choice?
I’m told it’s the political power of unions. Makes me wonder about all the good teachers trapped in a system without the power to express or carry out their own ideas.
Pedophilia as another ‘choice’?!
Last week, I heard for the first time a news story about the latest attempt to soften the attitude of mental health professionals and the public toward pedophiles. No. Stop.
Deselecting and selecting our children
Is a society without disabled citizens really a perfect society?
Wisdom’s Kiss: a book for brave readers
I love Catherine Gilbert Murdock's writing because it is intelligent, highly unconventional and always makes me laugh.
Will a story about dieting help your overweight child?
If I had a definitive (and easy) solution to the dilemma of overweight children, I might well be a millionaire. As it is, life tends to be a little more difficult and complex.
Defense of Marriage
The thought suddenly occurs that whether people are defending the historically universal recognition of the dignity and sanctity of life, marriage, family or faith….they do happen to be on the defense these days.
Shouldn’t we just normalise cohabitation?
Is shacking up only a problem because the couples lack social acceptance?
How come you don’t want one?
My daughter with Down syndrome has never been a source of shame to our family, but our lives would have been easier if people had been more understanding.
The Search for WondLa
This science fiction novel introduces us to the world of Orbona.
Being born is a right
So in the daily sweep of news stories, sometimes certain headlines or blog post titles grab attention more than others. Sometimes it’s only a matter of better headline writing, rather than story content.
No More Babies in Portugal by 3000 AD
The Economist figures out when the last baby will be born in different countries based on current fertility levels.
Are Asian women really rejecting marriage?
David Quinn of the Iona Institute in Ireland has a different take on The Economist's story...
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