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More politically correct than electorally smart?
Relentless is the only word that can be used to describe the onslaught on the institution of marriage. But relentless does not mean victorious and nor does it make anything right that is wrong and wrong-headed.
That was my reaction first time I heard the name of this place years ago. It was popular and well-frequented in some parts of the country, the food was good, the people extra friendly, but there wasn’t one anywhere near…
27 amazing things baby boomers have done for humanity
For far too long, people have been dissing the children of the "greatest generation". We need to hear more about their achievements.
Dramatic Fertility Decline in Muslim World
The Muslim world is catching up to the West in terms of fertility rates.
A second look at Chariots of Fire
The film's Olympic heroes face a common enemy: the bland pseudo-tolerance of secular humanism.
Running Out of Time
Jessie is the 13 year old daughter of a village midwife.
Yes, Boris, it’s you
If these the times, then this must be the man, what?
Free speech and tolerance strike again…
A New Zealand website, Protect marriage, is hacked to pieces the first day it went up.
The parent Olympics
It's one thing to have your parents sitting in the audience at a high school talent show. It's another to have them in the audience when you are competing in an international sporting event.
Welcome to Popcorn!
MercatorNet editor Michael Cook has asked me to introduce the newest addition to the MercatorNet family (the rowdy teenager of the blogs if you like) - Popcorn. Our aim is to look at what’s going in mainstream cinema and to…
A Tour of London: Nelson ‘n’ Deck
Visiting London for the Olympics? This book makes London fun for kids.
How to orchestrate a successful set-up
The art of the romantic set-up is a tricky process. If you’ve watched one take place, you probably saw emotions ranging from acute awkwardness to utter obliviousness.
The Reb and the Redcoats
A young prisoner of war endears himself to the family hosting him.
Marriage, religious liberty, and the “grand bargain”
In the name of “marriage equality” and “non-discrimination” liberty and genuine equality are undermined.
Two sisters separated by the siege on Sarajevo in 1992 write a memoir which is a true story of love, courage and survival.
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