Assisted suicide, up close and personal
A Washington state psychotherapist relates the chilling story of how her disabled client died.
‘Pregnancies are inferior to pregnant persons’
An abortion doctor explains why women have the right to kill.
Critiquing the LGBT agenda
A video summary of the comprehensive report in last month's issue of The New Atlantis
It’s about children’s rights, not sexual orientation
Let’s clarify the issues in the same-sex marriage debate
Can’t adults decide whether to eat a sandwich or not?
Some people actually complained about Jimmy Kimmel’s gag at the Emmys
When cyber gets physical: why we need the NSA
Cybersecurity is so important that Clinton and Trump were asked about it in last night’s debate
Great romantic novels: readers respond
A selection from our readers’ survey on books about love and marriage.
Books about refugees for children
Several books that approach this topic in an age appropriate manner.
Policies: the forgotten element in the US election
The stakes in November are high. Why isn't the media covering policy debates?
What a debate is for
Can we be convinced?
New Australian book on marriage hits censorship roadblock
Why are gay marriage supporters afraid to debate?
How kids can benefit from boredom
TV, the internet and smartphone can stifle imagination
The real issue behind the single-sex education debate
There is no consensus that children are disadvantaged by studying in a single-sex school
Why your kids shouldn’t be your friends
Because you love them and want the best for them.
The declining institution of marriage in China
Further signs that China's longterm population prospects are not rosy.
Young adult novel meets social agenda
Teens deserve better than what this book has to offer.
Hubris and hype in stem cell research
The recent news about 'motherless babies' was gobbled up by gullible media
The toxic fumes of democracy
Heated debate and stable democracy go hand in hand, even with same-sex marriage
Regensburg, Ratzinger, and our crisis of reason
Defending reason from fideism and 'feelings'.
The spy in your pocket
A philosopher describes how our privacy is threatened by the continuing encroachment of technology.
Pay no attention to the man behind the algorithm
Our digital gatekeepers fall short of their own hype.
What your kids will remember about you
Five important things to take note of.
How the internet is changing the way we live
A new book by British academic Timothy Garton Ash is a magisterial look at free speech in an ultra-connected world
To destroy monuments is to destroy a people
A recent book gives a compelling account of the disappearing religious architecture of Syria.
Population engineering ideology rears its ugly head
It's a discredited and antiquated idea.