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COVER STORY Federally, the pro-family voter is starved for choice

SPECIAL EDITORIAL Has Cardinal George Pell been wrongly convicted?

EDITORIAL For politicians: lessons from Europe's emerging pro-family parties

ENERGY Hundreds of years of oil and gas reserves; if we want to use them

THE CARDINAL AND THE MEDIA Four Corners: the third trial of Cardinal Pell

SOCIETY AND RELIGION The future belongs to those who possess the past

SCIENCE Are summer heatwaves caused by climate change?

CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE The roots of the breaking of a fundamental taboo

CARDINAL PELL CONVICTION Triumphalism over Pell verdict shows civilisation is just a veneer

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS President Donald Trump: an unlikely promise keeper Part 1

THE AUSTRALIAN CLIMATE Same old same old in our beloved sunburnt country

THE AUSTRALASIAN A three years' drought

ASIAN AFFAIRS Taiwan reaches out to its regional neighbours

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Covington boys: left hoist on its bigots' petard

MUSIC Time's unfolding: One of music's raw materials

CINEMA Stan & Ollie: Past joys, past sorrows

BOOK REVIEW The three-part attack on the home

BOOK REVIEW What draining the DC swamp turns up

LETTERS

POETRY

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COVER STORY Federally, the pro-family voter is starved for choice
The quandary facing the socially conservative, pro-family and pro-Australian voter at the coming federal election is a difficult one, with no obvious answer and no certain outcome even if they can find a party aligned with at least some of their views.
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SPECIAL EDITORIAL Has Cardinal George Pell been wrongly convicted?
Cardinal George Pell, one of the highest prelates of the Catholic Church, has been convicted by a jury of child sexual abuse, and is awaiting sentencing.
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EDITORIAL For politicians: lessons from Europe's emerging pro-family parties
With the federal election due soon, Australian politicians could heed the example of political parties winning government in parts of Eastern and Western Europe on pro-family economic platforms.
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ENERGY Hundreds of years of oil and gas reserves; if we want to use them
 
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THE CARDINAL AND THE MEDIA Four Corners: the third trial of Cardinal Pell
 
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SOCIETY AND RELIGION The future belongs to those who possess the past
“Indeed, the true friends of the people are neither revolutionaries, nor innovators: they are traditionalists.”
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SCIENCE Are summer heatwaves caused by climate change?
Every summer, when scorching desert winds from central Australia blow into the southern or eastern states, Australians are regaled with claims that the heatwaves are caused by global warming, aka “climate change”.
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CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE The roots of the breaking of a fundamental taboo
At the end of the proceedings at the Vatican Summit on the sexual abuse of minors, one has to wonder what the hope of this summit might be. His Holiness Pope Francis used the term “zero tolerance”.
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CARDINAL PELL CONVICTION Triumphalism over Pell verdict shows civilisation is just a veneer
Australia likes to pride itself on being a civilised society. A nation where democracy and the rule of law flourish. We know, of course, that this is sadly not so.
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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS President Donald Trump: an unlikely promise keeper Part 1
Two years ago my wife Sheila and I cast our votes for Donald Trump in the U.S. presidential elections (we have dual citizenship).
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THE AUSTRALIAN CLIMATE Same old same old in our beloved sunburnt country
The “worst in living memory” is a phrase the media has taken to using to describe the severity of recent damaging weather, be it drought, flood, storm or heatwave.
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THE AUSTRALASIAN A three years' drought
The Yeoman column in The Australasian (November 4, 1865, page 13), expressed the obvious concern at the time about a widespread, severe drought. The author was not to know at the time, but the drought he was commenting on would extend until 1868.
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ASIAN AFFAIRS Taiwan reaches out to its regional neighbours
After years of neglecting sympathetic parties, for example in Australia, the Republic of China (ROC) on Taiwan is finally doing something about advocating its case. Advertisements promoting Taiwan as a tourist destination are one prominent example. Melbourne’s trams now carry advertisements for Taiwan throughout the city and suburbs.
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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Covington boys: left hoist on its bigots' petard
On January 19, 2019, the annual pro-life rally, the March for Life, took place in Washington, DC. Though in excess of 100,000 people attended the march, the American mainstream media ignored it; as it does every year.
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MUSIC Time's unfolding: One of music's raw materials
Music is not the only art form that occurs in time. Drama occurs in time, and even poetry and novels could be said to unfold over time. But music is the only art form that occurs in time without referring to anything.
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CINEMA Stan & Ollie: Past joys, past sorrows
The art of the biopic is a subset of the art of biography. It is an attempt to capture the life of a person on film. While a biography can attempt to cover everything, a biopic is always constrained by its medium and can only cover some things.
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BOOK REVIEW The three-part attack on the home
The Divorce Ideology claims that adults do not owe their children any serious rights or obligations, children do not suffer from divorce, and that divorce must be readily available without the assignment of any fault to a spouse, particularly on the grounds of immoral sexual behaviour. The Divorce Ideology supports cohabitation of non-married couples, sex outside of marriage and childbearing outside of marriage. In so doing it separates sex, childbearing, childrearing and family from marriage.
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BOOK REVIEW What draining the DC swamp turns up
Perhaps not since the Jeremy Thorpe trial in England has the political class so blatantly violated ethics, convention and even black-letter law to shield one of its own from the consequences of serious criminality. In fact it was far worse: the Thorpe case dealt with a mere conspiracy to murder by a wretched inadequate; the Clinton case may have involved compromising the whole security of the U.S. by an individual who stood a good chance of becoming president.
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LETTERS
Should the Church publicly stand by Archbishop George Pell after his conviction for child sexual abuse?
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POETRY
Australians love the expectation, Colour and the drama of the racetrack. The thunder of drumming hoofs. The very souls of fans on the fence The jockeys’ shining silks, The ever-present experts with A “good thing in the third” or “a certainty in the last”. Above all, we love to see “poetry in motion”, A champion in full flight. Remembering …
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