Life expectancy, Russia, pension ages
Lies, damned lies, and statistics.
An Aboriginal viewpoint on euthanasia in Australia
Health statistics are so bad that it is irresponsible to create another avenue to death
The two faces of physiognomy
Is sexual orientation written on the faces of gays and lesbians?
Advance Australia Full?
The Lucky Country has just hit 25 million people.
Exporting enslavement: China’s illiberal artificial intelligence
The US has been slow to get up to speed on using AI for defensive purposes
The Leyonhjelm bill is a threat to vulnerable Australians
Does a libertarian veterinarian have our best interests at heart?
A captivating book of beast and fable
And a treasury of learning and virtue.
Doing a SWOT analysis of the Vatican’s finance guidelines
Some good ideas are wrapped in poor rhetoric
Jordan Peterson, Noah and the Flood
Unpacking an allegorical interpretation of the Biblical story.
Which side will atheists choose in the war on science?
They need to re-evaluate their alliance with progressivism.
Kids glued to screens? Teach them the art of conversation
Try these 20 conversation starters with your family.
The Voluntary Human Extinction Movement
OK, but you first...
They shoot horses, don’t they?
If the stress of euthanizing animals drives some vets to suicide, what will happen to euthanasia doctors?
When literature takes you by surprise: or, the case against trigger warnings
The mysterious and unpredictable power of literature.
The demography of the Alt-Right
Divorce and deficits of education and income may fuel the movement.
MAGA through Manga: How Japanese media have fueled the Western right
No wonder, when Western media are slaves to the left.
Stamping out ‘mediocre men’, making way for wonder women
The very model of a female venture capitalist.
Why are we moved by the orca mother’s grief?
Today’s culture belies our sentiments.
The culture of death began as an academic exercise
Ideas have consequences. Bad ideas have very bad consequences
Poverty is falling in India
Cause for celebration.
Why ‘Nigerian Prince’ scams continue to dupe us
With advances in computer security and anti-virus software, we think we’re immune. We're not
Roe v. Wade has brought women grief. It’s time to acknowledge it
Overturning the judges' ruling could encourage real help for pregnant women.
Abortion activists unveil their strategy for attacking conscientious objection
Doctors who object should be exiled from the profession
Taking the children to school: childhood obesity and women’s work
The UK government’s plan to get kids out of cars is limping, despite a huge price tag.
Can ‘Brother Sarastra’ play Queen of the Night?
The English Freemasons make a ritual bow to trans rights.