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How to pay for an ageing Japan?

Are current social security policies affordable?
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The must-watch video on same-sex marriage

Ryan T. Anderson puts a lucid, tightly-reasoned case against redefining society's bedrock institution.
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Hi tech parents know that overuse of Internet media changes thinking patterns

It can mean constant distraction rather than the deep attention required for transferring information from short to long term memory.
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“Brothers, humanity needs to weep, and this is the time to weep.”
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New TV show conveys that society's attitude to marriage is all wrong.
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Is the human dignity of prisoners at risk?
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We have to know the enemy we’re confronting. How close are we to that task?
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