M-Pesa Kenya – Where Money is Mobile
First time visitors to Kenya are greeted by the ubiquitous green Ads “Here M-Pesa”.
Hidden Figures takes us back to when computers were people, women, and black
The irony is that computers' speed made Johnson’s genius redundant.
More misleading statistics about gay youth suicides
It always pays to take a closer look at the figures in the headlines
One very good reason why Americans distrust scientists
Because they have opened a door to legalising eugenics
Could this be the next Harry Potter?
Fantasy, historical fiction and fast-paced adventure
What’s wrong with Canada’s spanking bill
A Cardus Family scholar examines the evidence. (VIDEO)
The 15 most polluted cities in the world
And the drive for innovative change.
I disapprove of what you say – and will make…
France outlaws ‘misleading’ pro-life websites.
More nonsense from the panel that will design Victoria’s death law
The supposed safeguards will not work
How the transgender agenda harms children
An expert on child sexual abuse warns that sex changes could do irreversible damage
Americans need to see Africa with different eyes, says an award-winning novelist
Five lessons Trump could learn from Lincoln
POTUS 16 offered great lessons in leadership
‘The Great Wall’ fails to bring down the barriers in lacklustre Chinese-US epic
The largest film ever shot entirely in China and the most expensive in the country’s history is a bit muddled.
Norma McCorvey’s death highlights Jane Roe’s conversion to life
She founded ‘Roe No More’ two decades ago to expose abortion lies.
Motherhood: the ideal vs reality
The chaos of children makes for a good life anyway.
Cities: life in the slow lane?
Researchers suggest that city dwellers have a "slow life strategy".
Pre-Reformation church music: plainchant, polyphony and popular songs
A passionate debate about liturgical music raged at the beginning of the 16th century.
Dear Warren: Contraception going well, newborn mortality not so well
Bill and Melinda Gates report on how they have been spending a philanthropic windfall.
A story of atypical heroism at the height of the Pacific war.
Somalia has a new president
He brings much needed hope to the battered nation.
After the exile: poetry and the death of culture
Who the heck is Spenser?
Which European countries have over 40% of their population migrating?
And which sends out the absolute largest number of migrants?
So many things
Young people are caught in a media mudslide that destroys intellectual depth.
Why Ireland should not have a referendum on the right…
It would subject the most vulnerable human beings to a tyranny of the majority.
A challenge for movie makers: the thrill of the chaste
Dear directors, why not do something really original?