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How divorce ruins children’s lives
Divorce puts some children on a “downward trajectory from which they might never fully recover”, says a new study.
Midnight in Austenland
A great children's author takes inspiration from an old favourite... and kills it.
Japanese Earthquakes - Natural and Demographic
The effect of last year's earthquake is exacerbating Japan's economic problems that demography is causing.
All Hell Let Loose
World War II was not a straightforward death grapple between good and evil, says an eminent military historian.
Student loans – the bane of my existence
I think student loans are something so many of us take for granted. With the cost of education, we expect to graduate with debt. But is that really the best way to go about our studies?
Conscience rights precede politics
The Obama administration did what no one or nothing else has seemed able to do in recent history in one sweeping stroke…galvanize Catholics who were otherwise evenly divided for and against his policies.
A leading activist agrees that homosexual preferences are fluid and changing. If so, why do gays need special treatment?
Gendercide: when choice becomes an issue
Indignation over sex-selection shows that abortion is not just a private matter.
When I Was Young in the Mountains
At the suggestion one of our readers, I took a look at this book. I am glad I did.
The Dante Club
...without a doubt, the most clever novel I have read in a year.
How to host a clothing swap
A few months ago I hosted my very first clothing swap. The premise is simple, every attendee brings gently used clothing that they are no longer using. You get the chance to get rid of things you can't fit into…
Bulgaria: Another Demographic Timebomb
Bulgaria's future is looking bleak as its population is declining and growing older.
Let’s make the UN Secretary-General keep his word
The United Nations must be the "defender of the defenceless", says Ban Ki-moon. Why not begin with the unborn?
Our pick of the films of 2011
After bunkering down with our reviewers, we've settled on a list of the best films of the past year.
Obama’s ‘war on the church’
This was an extraordinary provocation.
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