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COVER STORY The Natural Family as an integrative social force in American history

EDITORIAL The Remnant, resistant, creative minority

ENERGY POLICY Enough hot air about carbon dioxide; let's talk LPG

CANBERRA OBSERVED Federal election: the media have done our duty at the polls for us

NSW ELECTION NSW is just starting to sizzle

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Archbishop Wilson free, but trial was no witchhunt

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Awaiting Hayne: full report sure to shake finance sector

LIFE ISSUES The unvarnished truth about surrogacy

HIGHER EDUCATION Massification: that's the name of the game

SOCIETY Dover Beach: a mordant post-Christmas reflection

IRELAND TODAY Celtic Tiger changed out of all recognition

MUSIC One note does not a monotone make

CINEMA Aquaman: High fantasy in ocean depths

BOOK REVIEW Uninformed consent

BOOK REVIEW A thoroughly modern movement

BOOK REVEW The foundation of a successful society

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COVER STORY The Natural Family as an integrative social force in American history
The author of this paper, Professor Allan C. Carlson, is one of the United States’ leading commentators on the natural family in society. He delivered this paper to a gathering of the oldest cultural-scientific institution of Serbia, Matica Srpska (founded in 1826), on September 18, 2018. Professor Carlson reveals fascinating details about the role of the family in the history of the United States, much of which will be new and full of lessons for Australian observers.
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EDITORIAL The Remnant, resistant, creative minority
Donald Trump could win a second term as U.S. president in 2020 against deep opposition from the establishment and the progressive left.
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ENERGY POLICY Enough hot air about carbon dioxide; let's talk LPG
With all the nonsensical effort and taxpayers’ money being expended to reduce harmless carbon-dioxide emissions, is it time for the Federal Government to revisit subsidising conversions of vehicles to run on liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), which will actually help reduce harmful emissions?
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Federal election: the media have done our duty at the polls for us
There should be no need for Australians to bother with an election campaign this year as far as the media are concerned; for them, it has already been decided.
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NSW ELECTION NSW is just starting to sizzle
You wouldn’t believe that there are fewer than 70 days to go until the NSW state election, with both major parties staying under the radar of voters with few media reports.
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NATIONAL AFFAIRS Archbishop Wilson free, but trial was no witchhunt
Does it follow from the successful appeal by Archbishop Philip Wilson against a conviction for failing to report child sexual abuse that the prosecution was a witchhunt? Certainly not! The prosecution was reasonably based and, although not successful, is a warning to those, no matter how high up, promptly to report information to the police.
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NATIONAL AFFAIRS Awaiting Hayne: full report sure to shake finance sector
The release of the Report of the Financial Services Royal Commission will be an event eagerly awaited by many as we begin 2019.
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LIFE ISSUES The unvarnished truth about surrogacy
For nearly 40 years Australia has allowed the use of assisted reproductive technology (ART), in-vitro fertilisation (IVF), and embryo transfer (ET) to help heterosexual couples overcome infertility to have their own biologically related child. Around 15 years ago, the demand for children from same-sex couples and from single people led to fertility clinics using third-party human reproductive technology (HRT) and surrogacy.
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HIGHER EDUCATION Massification: that's the name of the game
Readers may be familiar with the massive disappointments associated with Australia’s higher education system. In describing and then analysing the breadth and depth of the crisis in higher education, the main problem is, where to start?
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SOCIETY Dover Beach: a mordant post-Christmas reflection
It is bin day in our street and I am prompted to write this little reflection by the recent sight of grossly overloaded recycling bins full of Christmas wrapping paper, cardboard boxes, beer and wine bottles, and other such indicators of our annual binge – both monetary and the other kind. I’m sure the garbos must dread Christmas
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IRELAND TODAY Celtic Tiger changed out of all recognition
“Romantic Ireland’s dead and gone, It’s with O’Leary in the grave. Was it for this the wild greese spread The grey wing upon every tide?”
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MUSIC One note does not a monotone make
Roger Scruton is undoubtedly one of the best analysts of music in the world, a subtle and penetrating thinker who is able to discuss aesthetics and the complexities of the art form in exceptional depth. But he does have his blind spots, and they can be as revealing as his insights.
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CINEMA Aquaman: High fantasy in ocean depths
It is often said – especially by this critic – that superhero stories are a form of modern mythology. They have great stakes and grand characters and tap in to the deepest drives of humanity.
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BOOK REVIEW Uninformed consent
The fast-tracking of drugs is supposed to be reserved for an unmet need in the community but Gardasil was tested on an oblivious 30,000 young Indian girls in 2009 supported by money from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Parents were made aware of their daughter’s involvement in the clinical trial only after the death, serious illness or disability suffered after receiving Gardasil.
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BOOK REVIEW A thoroughly modern movement
Sex Matters takes you on this journey chronologically, with several interesting detours into neurobiology, psychology and politics.
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BOOK REVEW The foundation of a successful society
The subtitle of his book, “Strength, Decline and Renewal in American Domestic Life 1630-2000”, summarises the ambitious aim of the author: to discover the underlying trends in family life over the past four centuries, to help us understand the possible future.
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LETTERS
I refer to the article, “Wynand du Toit: writing into the sunset” (News Weekly, December 1, 2018) by John Elsegood. What an interesting article, but I was disappointed in two ways.
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