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The end of women
The legacy of the sexual revolution is more subversive than its champions admit.
HHS mandate remains unchanged
On the morning of the religious freedom rallies across America last Friday, organizer Eric Scheidler was questioned by a network television news anchor about the goal of the event. “Since the administraiton already provided an ‘accommodation’ for religious objection” said…
A tale in the mould of Stevenson or Scott.
Sarkozy playing for both sides?
Is Nicolas Sarkozy trying to have Marie Antoinette’s cakes and eat them at the same time? It might seem so. He has responded to a series of questions put to him and other French presidential candidates by the gay lobby…
Quebec could legalise euthanasia
A parliamentary committee in Quebec has recommended the legalisation of euthanasia with strict safeguards. Its report, “Mourir dans la dignité” (Dying With Dignity), contends that dying is a part of life and since medical assistance is used to prolong life,…
Population putting pressure on Planet – putative points pondered
In London today the Planet Under Pressure conference will come to an end. “What is this conference about?” I hear you ask. Well, according to its website (seriously, what did we do before the internet??) the conference...
If debt is the problem, could thrift be the answer?
| 29 March 2012 |
As debt threatens the security of nations and individuals, the rediscovery of thrift becomes urgent.
The US in Korea: a strategy of inertia
By cultivating an image as a weak but wicked and wily lunatic, North Korea has managed to manipulate its baffled enemies for 60 years.
Will Quebec legalize euthanasia?
A report from a legislative committee in Quebec reads like a pro-euthanasia manifesto, not an unbiased study.
Oregon releases murky assisted suicide stats
Oregon’s public health division has released statistics on deaths under its physician-assisted suicide (PAS)legislation for 2011.
Giving troubled families a stake in society
Remember the riots in UK cities last August? A panel appointed by the government to study the causes published a report today places a lot of the blame on lack of work opportunities for young adults, creating a sense that…
What marriage means to today’s young adults
Young working-class adults revere marriage but believe that it is about personal fulfilment and has no essential link to children.
Some 2012 Caldecott Winners
Here are some of the Caldecott winners for 2012.
More successful European resistance to same-sex marriage campaign
Slovenians Turn Down Same-Sex Marriage, European Dignity Watch reported yesterday. The electorate, in a post-legislative referendum, has overturned the provisions in Slovenia’s new Family Code legalizing same-sex marriage that was adopted by the Balkan country’s parliament in June 2011.
Is one in five UK abortion clinics breaking the law?
Servile deference to abortion rights has led doctors to think that they are above the law.
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