What’s this about Net Neutrality? Is it a good thing?
It means more regulation of Internet prices and services.
Vatican marriage conference hears top scholars, global clergy
This extremely diverse group was unified by their profound, fundamental belief in the definition of marriage, and its importance.
Baby gryphon hatches from blue stone
A simple fantasy story.
Foreign policy, the solace of failed presidents
Gridlock on the domestic front often leads to rash decisions abroad.
Redeeming the world’s darkness with the radiance of love
A British rabbi's brilliant speech on the history of marriage.
Pope Francis hosts high level conference on marriage
This follows the recent ‘Extraordinary Synod on the Family’, and it’s truly extraordinary.
The father who fell in love with the stranger who…
A donor dad story that shows the power of biological ties.
Why Big Data will not solve any problems just by getting Bigger
And when politicians get involved, the results can be memorable.
A new addition to the Demography is Destiny team.
Marriage vs. smoking
Married people smoke less than the single, divorced or separated.
If the mindfulness craze is really so cool, why did…
Meditation techniques can help stressed-out executives, but they are open to abuse.
Population affects national security - and some are starting to worry
How resilient will we be without a large working age population?
Losses disguised as wins
Here's the science behind casino profits.
An audition for life
Children travel to a fantasy island to develop life skills.
Does the Internet aid human trafficking?
Yes. It makes everything faster, cheaper, and easier.
The mysticism of Swiss assisted suicide
A stunning documentary gives an insight into the proselytising fervour of assisted suicide activists.
Bringing the elderly back to life with music
A touching documentary asks why so many elderly have been abandoned in dehumanising nursing homes.
India’s war on women turns deadly
Thirteen women have died as a result of the latest mass sterilisation camp.
Australian euthanasia doctor battles deregistration
Philip Nitschke is making a stand on the validity of rational suicide.
Social security numbers - are they so secure?
Today’s systems should use scrambled data.
Vatican hosts conference on traditional marriage next week
Major figures from 14 religious traditions and 23 countries will participate.
A win for big marijuana is a major loss for…
The notion that marijuana is less harmful than tobacco is a myth.
The awe-full truth of human dignity
A MercatorNet contributor reflects on its unique “dignitarian” philosophy.
Positive peer pressure - four tips
Teach your kids so well that they influence their friends too.
What the fall of the Wall did not change
It is difficult to remember how seductive Marxism was and how frightening Soviet power was.