The Trump Administration must keep abortion out of humanitarian law and policy
UN bureaucrats advance abortion by stealth.
Why read stories to babies?
When should parents begin reading to children?
The two fatal flaws of American left politics
It is important to open the public’s eyes to the tangible harm of political correctness
The fears of parenthood
In one sense, deciding not to have children is an understandable decision.
Are dead white males like Shakespeare really irrelevant to Britain’s students?
Not just the Bard, but also Pope, Dryden and Shelley
Summit agreement is most revealing for what it leaves out
In the description of denuclearisation, the words complete, verifiable, and irreversible are missing in action
Harnessing the Aspergerian mind (and heart)
We should celebrate neurodiversity as a natural variant of the human condition
Suicide epidemic finally gets attention, critical care
'We are witnessing a rising plague of melancholy.'
Top of the G7 agenda? Gender equality, of course
Trudeau insinuates feminist advisory council into top economic forum.
When possessions are poor substitutes for people: hoarding disorder and loneliness
Social disconnection may be part of the cause.
Suicide in the USA
A growing crisis.
The right to family life includes the right to kill the unborn, says UK Supreme Court
The courts may be better qualified on this topic than parliament, opines one judge.
The Japanese pregnancy rotation system
An unwritten rule is forcing working women to 'wait their turn'.
Should Google censor political ads?
Ireland's abortion referendum showed the internet giant has outgrown its fig leaf of neutrality.
On trying to be good without God
The atheist faces both logical and psychological obstacles.
Behind the partisan response to Roseanne Barr and Samantha Bee
They were foul-mouthed and racist but the response wasn't much better
Is it immoral to love your kids because they are related to you?
Some bioethicists think that it is
When some-one is missing, will some-thing do?
Dolls may replace drugs for dementia patients, but nothing can replace real human love.
Irish secularism is the new colonialism
Rejection of a demonised Catholic past gives way to a new foreign hegemony in Ireland.
Robert Kennedy, improbable liberal hero
He was assassinated 50 years ago today by a deranged Palestinian.
A shambolic atheist community faces some tough choices
In-fighting and scandal are tainting the brand
Little bully Qantas kowtows to big bully China
After bullying Australians over LGBT rights, the airline is getting its own back
Blaming Facebook is like shooting the messenger
What we need is more discretion, not more regulation
Colorado baker who refused to make same-sex wedding cake wins in US Supreme Court
But central questions remain unresolved.
Is euthanasia the next logical step for Ireland after abortion?
Junior minister is already drafting a bill