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COVER STORY The rise and rise of Old King Coal

EDITORIAL Behind Donald Trump's endorsement of Poland

CANBERRA OBSERVED Cory Bernardi claims strong flow to his ranks

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Liu Xiaobo's extraordinary courage remembered

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Why we must fight for freedom: Trump in Poland

HEALTH Gardasil(R) and the man upon the stair, Part II

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Death of caliph will hasten end of Islamic State

MUSIC What's in a tune: minor change makes a major difference

CINEMA Spider-Man: Homecoming: Reboot on a domestic scale

BOOK REVIEW Moves that may push our constitution over

BOOK REVIEW Exposing the transgender agenda

LETTERS

GENDER POLITICS Edmund Rice Education Australia proposes transgender sex-ed

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COVER STORY The rise and rise of Old King Coal
Coal, long derided as a “dirty” source of energy, has suddenly returned to favour, with the latest figures showing that 1,600 new coal-fired power stations are planned around the world, most of them using the latest high-efficiency low-emissions technology. World coal production has also risen sharply as a result.
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EDITORIAL Behind Donald Trump's endorsement of Poland
Media outlets that reported disparagingly on Donald Trump’s presence at the recent G20 meeting in Hamburg, Germany, almost totally ignored his visit to Poland en route to Hamburg. (An edited version of Donald Trump's speech can be read here)
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Cory Bernardi claims strong flow to his ranks
When South Australian Senator Corey Bernardi announced he was leaving the Liberal Party in February to set up his own party, naysayers described it as a fit of pique and/or a vanity project.
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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Liu Xiaobo's extraordinary courage remembered
The death of leading Chinese pro-democracy advocate Liu Xiaobo has been marked around the world by media articles and protests against the regime which persecuted him for nearly 30 years for advocating democratic reform inside China.
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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Why we must fight for freedom: Trump in Poland
The following is an edited version of U.S. President Donald Trump’s address to the Polish people at the Warsaw Uprising Monument in Warsaw, on July 6, 2017.
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HEALTH Gardasil(R) and the man upon the stair, Part II
Yesterday upon the stair I met a man who wasn’t there. He wasn’t there again today ...
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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Death of caliph will hasten end of Islamic State
The attempt by radical Sunnis to establish Islamic State (IS), a terrorist caliphate in Syria and Iraq claiming authority over Muslims worldwide, looks near to defeat, with the liquidation of its empire and the reported death of its leader.
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MUSIC What's in a tune: minor change makes a major difference
Respect for other commentators’ wisdom and insight is always greatly increased when they arrive at a similar conclusion to oneself. Thus it is necessary to applaud the argument of Kurt Poterack, Adjunct Professor of Music at Christendom College in Virginia, who contends that popular music since the 1980s has lacked melody (“A people without melody”, getprinciples.com).
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CINEMA Spider-Man: Homecoming: Reboot on a domestic scale
Most comic books superheroes are not relatable. People might like Iron Man or Batman, but their secret identities are super rich guys with serious problems, the sort of people you’d like on your side, but wouldn’t necessarily want to be. And God-like aliens like Superman or Thor are cool, but are not really role models.
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BOOK REVIEW Moves that may push our constitution over
Aboriginal activists often contend that the Australian Constitution is a racist document that discriminates against Aborigines. They express a desire to remove “racist” provisions of the constitution, and to add a new preamble that recognises the “first inhabitants” of Australia and potentially their special rights as the traditional custodians of the land.
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BOOK REVIEW Exposing the transgender agenda
 
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LETTERS
Tom King (“Energy sense”, Letters, News Weekly, June 3, 2017) seems to believe that, instead of recycling the carbon dioxide we produce back to the atmosphere where it originally came from, we should hide it away, thus preventing plants from accessing it and using it to grow faster and to better resist drought. This is clearly not in our interest.
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GENDER POLITICS Edmund Rice Education Australia proposes transgender sex-ed
Recently, Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA) issued three scoping documents that form a proposal to develop a whole of school approach to “transgender” sex education for its schools. EREA governs 52 Catholic schools and has 34 associate schools across Australia.
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