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COVER STORY John Setka, for all his faults, is the perfect scapegoat

FIGHTING FUND NCC president Patrick J. Byrne outlines the goals for 2019

SPECIAL FEATURE Author Rod Dreher brings St Benedict to bear on our decline and fall

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS One million protest China's attack on Hong Kong's freedom

GENDER POLITICS Vatican issues document on gender ideology

POLITICS AND SOCIETY New secularist strategies to bury Christianity

HISTORY OF SCIENCE Faith and reason and Father Stanley Jaki, Part 4: Ancient Jewish view of the cosmos

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Cardinal Pell's appeal: An account from the live streaming

BANKING FEATURE Greed works ... at least for a while and for a few

IDEOLOGY Feminist claims for equality, Part 2: What feminism should be

IDEOLOGY WARS Roger Scruton and the Tories: a sorry tale

MUSIC Melodic abundance: John, Paul, Duke and Antonio

CINEMA The End: Staging the apocalypse

BOOK REVIEW Scenes from Dante's Inferno

BOOK REVIEW Mrs Gould: she who drew the pictures

LETTERS

POETRY

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COVER STORY John Setka, for all his faults, is the perfect scapegoat
The Labor Party’s breast-beating and confected outrage about union boss John Setka’s alleged slight on anti-domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty is hard to take seriously.
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FIGHTING FUND NCC president Patrick J. Byrne outlines the goals for 2019
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SPECIAL FEATURE Author Rod Dreher brings St Benedict to bear on our decline and fall
 
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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS One million protest China's attack on Hong Kong's freedom
Faced with relentless pressure from Beijing to undermine the independence of Hong Kong’s legal system, one of the foundations of Hong Kong’s continued existence as a free and prosperous society, an estimated one million people rallied outside Hong Kong’s Legislative Council, demanding that proposed extradition legislation be withdrawn.
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GENDER POLITICS Vatican issues document on gender ideology
On June 10, 2019, the Vatican issued a new document to provide Catholic educators guidance on dealing with gender issues.
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POLITICS AND SOCIETY New secularist strategies to bury Christianity
The 20th century is well recognised as having produced more Christian martyrs than any previous age. The late Cardinal Francis George of Chicago famously noted that, while he would die in his bed, his successor would likely die in prison, and his successor would probably die a martyr.
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HISTORY OF SCIENCE Faith and reason and Father Stanley Jaki, Part 4: Ancient Jewish view of the cosmos
The ancient Jews, as illustrated by numerous passages in the Old Testament, had a very different view of how the universe worked. As Genesis 1 tells the story, in the beginning, that is, at the dawn of time, God created the heavens and the earth, the expression used to describe the universe in those times.
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NATIONAL AFFAIRS Cardinal Pell's appeal: An account from the live streaming
After two days of full and intense submissions by both Cardinal George Pell’s legal Counsel and the Prosecution, the Victorian Court of Appeal has reserved its decision in the matter of the conviction of Cardinal George Pell of sexual abuse of two choirboys at St Patrick’s Cathedral in Melbourne more than 20 years ago.
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BANKING FEATURE Greed works ... at least for a while and for a few
Banks perform a necessary function but, if all they do is reward greed, the societies that host them will not benefit.
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IDEOLOGY Feminist claims for equality, Part 2: What feminism should be
In the second part of this two-part series examining feminist claims for gender equality, Michael Ord considers family structural relations, including the special needs of women and the distinctions of men and women, and warns that feminist activism is taking society to a critical crossroad. Finally, he reflects on what feminism should be.
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IDEOLOGY WARS Roger Scruton and the Tories: a sorry tale
There is contemptible, there is mega-contemptible, and there is the British Conservative Party.
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MUSIC Melodic abundance: John, Paul, Duke and Antonio
George Martin, who produced many of the Beatles’ albums, argued that Paul McCartney and John Lennon should rank alongside some of the great composers of Western music because they penned so many great melodies. Good composers, he said, come up with a few memorable melodies. But only those in the very top rank create more than 100.
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CINEMA The End: Staging the apocalypse
The end of the world sure does make for some swell entertainment. That, at least, appears to be the view in Hollywood, where “saving the world” must count as one of the most popular pastimes. Umpteen television shows and movies have this as a recurring theme. And then there’s the popular fiction – the comic books and novels – they’re based on, which start the ball rolling and continue it until the world ends or the world is saved.
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BOOK REVIEW Scenes from Dante's Inferno
Even during the years when South Africa enjoyed a professional police force, instead of the failed service due to the incompetence of the ANC for the past 25 years, it was a distinctive entity. Unlike the Australian or the American and British police forces, the South Africans had paramilitary experience and were fighting terrorists in mechanised units as well as solving crimes. Their training came in the long Border War (in South West Africa/Angola) and the Rhodesian Bush War.
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BOOK REVIEW Mrs Gould: she who drew the pictures
When readers first meet Gould, he is a taxidermist with a studio in Bruton Street, London. Ashley writes from the perspective of Elizabeth, who is introduced to John Gould in 1828 by her brother Charles Coxen, who assists Gould with his taxidermy work.
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LETTERS
Peter Westmore and Patrick Byrne, in their joint editorial in the June 1, 2019, edition of News Weekly, say that “far-left unions such as the CFMEU” were involved in a concerted national campaign against Adani. I wish to point out that the CFMEU was supporting Adani and the coal industry.
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