Birds of a feather flock together
Mr. Brown is proud of his hat.
Russia’s unmotivated elderly
Is this contributing to Russia's sluggish life expectancy growth?
People may betray us, AI can’t
The AI program for lonely people is a great listener. As if.
Ninth Planned Parenthood video reveals “tissue collection” business tactics
First the kill the small human life, then they market his or her body parts, counting profits, but missing the…
Large-scale immigration cure for Europe’s demographic “disaster”?
If it is, at what cost?
‘No nudity, bullying, alcohol, drugs…’
And my daughter is only entering high school.
Khaled al-Asaad, the martyr of Palmyra
A Syrian archeologist died to protect the heritage of humanity.
Will automation free the wage-slave?
Can high tech recreate destroyed national treasures?
Cultural treasures throughout the Middle East are in danger from Islamist fanatics.
Polygamists sue to have their ‘marriages’ recognised
Obergefell v Hodges is a key precedent. Why shouldn't the courts recognise these loving relationships, too?
The global human rights education project: a Trojan horse
An indoctrination and recruitment front for promoting same-sex relationships.
Hilton hotels clean up their room service
Porn will be eliminated from on-demand video.
Joy and suffering in a special family
People with disabilities and poor health are a treasure.
The huge economic contribution of family caregivers
But their numbers are set to decline dramatically.
The unreal, unhealthy world kids can see online
No wonder Steve Jobs was low tech at home.
To protect women and minors, prohibit prostitution
But use the law to drive down demand, say experts in public health and culture.
Alice in Wonderland at 150: still a literary wonder
A children's literature specialist pays homage to Lewis Carroll.
Fact-checking the fact-checkers
Do children do best when they have a father and a mother? The Conversation says No. An American expert says…
Pornography: prostitution’s identical twin
Together with trafficking they make one exploitive sex industry.
Tragedy at sea leads to mystery and suspense
At age fifteen, Adam must take control of his family's business in 17th century Amsterdam.
Planned Parenthood video revelations, shock and aftershock
Like an earthquake, they keep coming, and keep fraying nerves and alerting people to pay attention.
‘Pink Viagra’: Helping women? Or marketing a disease?
Endorsement by a big women's group does not settle the question.
Paying for college: when do parents help most?
When they stay married, research shows.
Medicating our unhealthy lifestyles
The glamour of technology can blind us to the real remedies for today’s epidemics.
Quads born at the age of 65!
Taking the number of children to 17...