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Fewer annoying teenagers in the USA

At least proportionately...and the numbers will continue to slide.
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Canadian Christian writers’ conference big success AFTER the bookstore closes

But writers may face more serious attempts at censorship now.
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The Asian birth rate in New Zealand climbs ahead of the European rate.
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Ryan T. Anderson battles to defend traditional marriage against embedded prejudice.
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We shouldn’t publish anything we are not ready to defend.
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Students are given free accommodation in return for helping with the elderly: a win-win scenario.
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The Australian government's plan to withhold cash benefits for unvaccinated children is ethically precarious.
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They’re richer, more successful and more motivated.
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Sex educators urge births

Students need to know that having a baby is a happy event.
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