October 11th 2014


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NEW ZEALAND Roller-coaster election ends with conservative win

ECONOMIC AFFAIRS Making housing affordable for young couples

SOCIETY Seven pillars of the family-centred economy

OPINION Terrorists can be defeated by fighting fear with co-operation

ECONOMIC AGENDA Critical China free trade agreement based on what?

EDITORIAL Hong Kong: China's litmus test

CLIMATE CHANGE Obama's rhetoric doesn't match his actions

CANBERRA OBSERVED Greens' bid to legalise overseas same-sex unions rebuffed

MOSCOW FORUM Large families' vital role to protect civilisation

DIVORCE LAW No-fault divorce and the moral basis for spousal support

EDUCATION Why more parents are choosing home-schooling

POPULATION Taiwan bracing for demographic winter

CINEMA Magical romantic comedy set in Paris

BOOK REVIEW Britain's Faustian bargain with the United States

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NEW ZEALAND Roller-coaster election ends with conservative win
New Zealanders have just experienced the most fascinating, roller-coaster national election for decades. It was one drama after another, ending with a National Party victory for a third term in power — an unprecedented landslide.
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ECONOMIC AFFAIRS Making housing affordable for young couples
In his maiden speech, South Australian Senator Bob Day AO called for a reform to home ownership rules to make homes more affordable, addressing one of the major problems for young people and families, and addressing the artificial barriers to employment.
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SOCIETY Seven pillars of the family-centred economy
American family activist and history professor, Dr Allan Carlson, delivered the following paper at the Moscow Demographic Summit: Family and the Future of Humankind, held during June 29-30, 2011, at the Russian State Social University. It was originally published in the American online journal www.FrontPorchRepublic.com.
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OPINION Terrorists can be defeated by fighting fear with co-operation
From anarchists in the 1920s and radical leftists in the 1960s, to fringe, extreme-right Christian bombers or gunmen in the United States in recent decades, or radical Islamists such as Islamic State today, terrorist groups have one thing in common. They seek to shock, while simultaneously portraying themselves as victims. While their beliefs can vary wildly, what they all share is the “propaganda of the deed” in their extreme violent activities.
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ECONOMIC AGENDA Critical China free trade agreement based on what?
How can the Commonwealth government evaluate gains to agriculture from a China free trade agreement (FTA), if it doesn’t know whether the key market for Australian farmers is the domestic one or the one for exports?
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EDITORIAL Hong Kong: China's litmus test
Over recent weeks, mass protests have erupted in Hong Kong, following the decision by the Chinese Communist Party and, clearly, its leader Xi Jinping, to control who can stand for election as Chief Executive of Hong Kong, in elections in 2017.
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CLIMATE CHANGE Obama's rhetoric doesn't match his actions
Climate change, not terrorism, is the greatest threat to the future of mankind, U.S. President Barack Obama claimed when he addressed the recent United Nations’ Climate Summit in New York.
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Greens' bid to legalise overseas same-sex unions rebuffed
Greens Senator Hanson-Young’s bill to legalise same-sex marriages contracted overseas has been rebuffed by the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee. Such arrangements are not recognised in Australian law.
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MOSCOW FORUM Large families' vital role to protect civilisation
In the face of a demographic collapse and the imposition of secular values which undermine marriage and the family, the International Forum on the Family, held last month in Moscow, drew attention to the vital role of the natural family in preserving societies throughout the world.
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DIVORCE LAW No-fault divorce and the moral basis for spousal support
During the period when the law still regarded marriage as the union between husband and wife indissoluble except by death, this gave rise to a life-long right by a wife to be supported by her husband, unless forfeited by her.
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EDUCATION Why more parents are choosing home-schooling
In a recent article about marriage, American writer Phyllis Schlafly said this about the Marxist war against the traditional family:
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POPULATION Taiwan bracing for demographic winter
Taiwan is a small island, about half the size of Tasmania.
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CINEMA Magical romantic comedy set in Paris
Two Woody Allen films, Midnight in Paris (2011) and Magic in the Moonlight (2014), both rated PG, are discussed by Symeon J. Thompson.
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BOOK REVIEW Britain's Faustian bargain with the United States
The author is a master wordsmith and traverses his canvas with bold strokes tinted with vivid flecks of detail, often human, that illuminate the story. This is well-researched history at its most readable and enjoyable.
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