Will Australia crack open the seal of confession?
The Royal Commission into child sex abuse wants to break an age-old tradition
Modern Day Slavery
More profitable and more widespread than ever.
I Went to Charlottesville During the Protests. Here’s What I Saw.
What happens when only identity matters
The sober truth about ‘happy hour’ in Canada
Married people are less likely to abuse alcohol.
How the Partition of India happened – and why its effects are still felt today
A million people may have died when India and Pakistan became two nations
Visit amazing beaches, cruise in amazing seas, spend every waking minute on Facebook
Technology is weakening family ties
What’s destroying the kids – smartphones or distracted parents?
The desperate plight of generation iPhone.
Extra! Extra! A handy guide to the normal fake news
Surviving information overload
A re-education crusade in Australia after same-sex marriage?
An experienced Irish campaigner fears persistent 'institutionalised homophobia'
The last acceptable prejudice also pops up in children’s books
Even in children's books it is still respectable to attack the Catholic Church.
F. Scott Fitzgerald and Hitler knew how important culture is
How the Nazis dictated to Hollywood in the 1930s.
How much should we hate our enemies?
If the light in you is darkness...
“Little Emperor” syndrome hits the West
Are you a 'helicopter' parent?
Australia’s same-sex marriage plebiscite: oceans of assertion, and puddles of proof
Australians should keep their eyes on the ball: the welfare of children
Being Earnest about socialism
In Oscar Wilde's funniest play, the Marxist model of capitalism is debunked.
South Korean babies are becoming rarer
And population decline is on the horizon.
The Great Human Dignity Heist
MercatorNet's editor interviewed about his new book of essays.
A tale of two Sams: you should not actively euthanize your baby
The parallel tragedies of two philosophers.
Chinese forego marriage, repeating failed Western life script
Is gender inequality really the problem?
What the Google engineer got right in his manifesto
Once again, men and women are different, even at work.
Ideology or evidence? The battle over presumed consent to organ donation
Evidence that 'opt-out' laws produce more donors is lacking.
The new approach to reproductive ethics: making it up
On thumbing one's nose at natural law.
Trump and Obama have one surprising thing in common – the words they use
Parsing two willful, self-referential presidents.
Australia's "Golden Girl"
The amazing sprinter Betty Cuthbert, four times an Olympic gold medallist, has gone home
One small step for medicine, one giant leap for eugenics
The first US human gene-editing experiment involves a number of serious ethical issues