October 25th 2014


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ENERGY Greens' silence on folly of wind and solar power

CLIMATE Link between climate and CO2 is far from clear

CANBERRA OBSERVED Our farmers under siege from government policies

EDITORIAL Can Australia avoid economic stagnation?

SOCIETY The colossal cost to society of no-fault divorce

REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH Gardasil and fertility: are we sterilising our teenage girls?

UNITED KINGDOM Tories' bid to promote same-sex 'marriage' in schools

EUTHANASIA Will assisted dying apply to 'just a few'?

EDUCATION A high school curriculum that teaches the truth about communism

SCHOOLS 
Reality dawns as Asian myths torn apart

OPINION 
Language is the core of our civilised society

LETTERS

CINEMA A sharp and witty science-fiction thriller

BOOK REVIEW A literary lament for lost love

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ENERGY Greens' silence on folly of wind and solar power
A simple evaluation of ideological electricity shows that it is unsustainable. The answer is certainly not blowing in the wind.
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CLIMATE Link between climate and CO2 is far from clear
The emergence of climate change as a pivotal global issue has brought with it an array of assumptions and predictions, many of which evoke fear and guilt.
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Our farmers under siege from government policies
Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce has prepared for the federal Cabinet a white paper on the future of Australian agriculture.
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EDITORIAL Can Australia avoid economic stagnation?
Could Australia soon be facing a downturn similar to that afflicting many other countries since the global financial crisis? If so, what can be done about it?
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SOCIETY The colossal cost to society of no-fault divorce
Avoiding unnecessary divorce and restoring justice in marital separations should be a major public policy objective and will necessitate a major overhaul of the Family Law Act 1975, argues Adelaide barrister-at-law Christopher Brohier, in a paper he delivered at the National Marriage Day parliamentary briefing session held in Parliament House, Canberra, on August 27, 2014.
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REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH Gardasil and fertility: are we sterilising our teenage girls?
In 2008, universal vaccination of young teenage girls against the sexually-transmitted disease, human papillomavirus (HPV or genital warts), was introduced in Australia. The justification for this massive health intervention was that HPV has been associated with cervical cancer.
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UNITED KINGDOM Tories' bid to promote same-sex 'marriage' in schools
The British Conservative-led coalition government of David Cameron has published new regulations which appear to actively promote homosexual “marriage” over heterosexual marriage to schoolchildren.
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EUTHANASIA Will assisted dying apply to 'just a few'?
Ian Maddocks, emeritus professor of palliative care at Flinders University and Senior Australian of the Year 2013, wrote a reflective piece in the Melbourne Age (August 7, 2014), in response to a decision of the Medical Board of Australia to use emergency powers to immediately suspend the then Dr Philip Nitschke, after he admitted to supporting 45-year-old Perth man Nigel Brayley in his decision to commit suicide, despite knowing he was not terminally ill.
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EDUCATION A high school curriculum that teaches the truth about communism
Staff at Grove City College’s Center for Vision & Values (Grove City, Pennsylvania) recently interviewed Dr Paul Kengor on an important resource that he and Dr Lee Edwards have developed to teach high-school students about communism.
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SCHOOLS 
Reality dawns as Asian myths torn apart
The Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) results related to creative problem solving put to rest the furphy that students in Singapore, Japan, Shanghai and Hong Kong only excel because of rote learning, what the Americans call “drill and kill”. 
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OPINION 
Language is the core of our civilised society
The Left, broadly defined, has taken up cudgels for Islamic terrorists seeking to destabilise both the Middle East and liberal societies like Australia which host large Muslim populations. This is no accident.
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LETTERS
Family-friendly taxation
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CINEMA A sharp and witty science-fiction thriller
A science-fiction thriller, Edge of Tomorrow (rated M), is reviewed by Symeon J. Thompson.
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BOOK REVIEW A literary lament for lost love

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