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Population Decline and the Recession
Vatican economist discusses the link between low birthrates and economic meltdown.
South Sudan thirsty for independence
Depending on where you get your news, the separation of Sudan into two territories is either great human interest news fraught with difficulty, or disastrous ongoing drama marked by violent ruptures.
“Simon Says” teaches self-control
An old classroom game designed to raise alertness is enjoying new popularity among educators as a way to foster and measure self control in children.
Will anything better come after Rupert Murdoch?
Who are the real fundamentalists?
Secularists who want to evict religion from the public square are strong contenders for the label.
Raising thrifty kids
How to turn your shopping trips into life-long lessons for your kids.
Divorce and cohabitation are wrecking Britain, says judge
You might think from the millions of words spilled on the subject lately that the worst thing to have happened to British society in the past 50 years is the News of the World phone hacking scandal. It’s not. A…
Does religion rot your intelligence?
We've been hearing a lot of from “new atheists” lately about the negative things religion does to the mind. Recently, some journals have produced scientific evidence. Or have they?
Paying the tab for Planned Parenthood
Taxpayers pick up a third of it. Chances are, most of us didn’t know that.
Avoiding social media overload
To a new social media adopter the thought of opening a Facebook and LinkedIn profile is overwhelming. To those a little more versed the task is not as daunting but it is still time consuming.
The government around the table
This is what families do when faced with crisis. Painful as it is, it’s a good thing.
Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet
A lyrical portrait of friendship and young love set in World War II among Chinese and Japanese Americans which shows surprising depth from new author Jamie Ford.
Gynaecologist calls for national campaign against promiscuity
A survey by a condom maker has found New Zealand women to be the most promiscuous in the world. Gynaecologist Dr Albert Makary told a Forum on the Family in Auckland last week that Kiwi society normalised promiscuity and asked…
Contemplating the hereafter
What a startling discovery.
Legal attempt to shut down prayer
Please. At the most basic level, we need prayer. If you don’t believe in that, let those who do exercise their rights. What have you got to lose?
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