April 23rd 2016


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Euthanasia: Application of the lesson from cultural history (Part 2)

SPECIAL FEATURE Defence White Paper: Being defenceless invites attack

CANBERRA OBSERVED Banking inquiry suddenly top of Labor's agenda

EDITORIAL Turnbull's school funding plan will help Shorten

FAMILY AND SOCIETY SSCA embeds sexualisation of children in schools

FEMINISM AND FAMILY VIOLENCE Time is ripe to counter the bad-mouthing with truth

SEX EDUCATION "Gender identity" puts vulnerable kids in danger: Pediatricians

THE GENDER AGENDA When schools make Christian kids feel like the enemy

BRITISH POLITICS Corbyn: eccentric, yes; harmless, not so much

SAME-SEX MARRIAGE Dear LGBTQs, Christians want for you what you want

HUMOUR

MUSIC Jazz: from common tongue to cliquey dialect

CINEMA The bleak dawn of justice: Batman v Superman

BOOK REVIEW Pius XII acts sub rosa

BOOK REVIEW Meet the new userers

LETTERS

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Euthanasia: Application of the lesson from cultural history (Part 2)
In the last issue of News Weekly (April 9, 2016), artist and activist Chips Mackinolty explained why Aboriginal Northern Territorians were determinedly against the introduction of voluntary euthanasia.
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SPECIAL FEATURE Defence White Paper: Being defenceless invites attack
Defence policy requires maintaining readiness to meet potential threats to Australia, considering the nature of the threats, and the anticipated response to our predicament by our alliance partners. Jeffry Babb considers the recent Defence White Paper in this light.
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Banking inquiry suddenly top of Labor's agenda
Given the Federal Labor Party’s general attitude to royal commissions over recent years, it is more than ironic that Labor has suddenly decided to demand a judicial inquiry into the nation’s banking industry.
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EDITORIAL Turnbull's school funding plan will help Shorten
The extraordinary decision by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to propose the abolition of federal funding for government schools has given Labor’s Bill Shorten his best opportunity to win the 2016 election since Turnbull’s accession to power last September.
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FAMILY AND SOCIETY SSCA embeds sexualisation of children in schools

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FEMINISM AND FAMILY VIOLENCE Time is ripe to counter the bad-mouthing with truth
I will always remember the day in 2003 I took a leading UK feminist, Adrienne Burgess, to parliament in Canberra to meet with feminist parliamentarians in the Labor Party. Adrienne Burgess, a former hardline Trotskyite, had realised the deep need for a renewal of fatherhood in Western society. She was so profoundly convinced of the problem of fatherlessness, that she wrote a bestselling book called Fatherhood Reclaimed.
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SEX EDUCATION "Gender identity" puts vulnerable kids in danger: Pediatricians
One of the key elements of contemporary sex education, and of the Safe Schools Coalition’s anti-bullying program, is that young people should be encouraged to explore their gender identity, and that schools and society must accept and celebrate “gender diversity”.
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THE GENDER AGENDA When schools make Christian kids feel like the enemy
When her school held a Rainbow mufti day to celebrate sexual diversity, Clare (name changed) decided to wear her uniform. She cried the night before.
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BRITISH POLITICS Corbyn: eccentric, yes; harmless, not so much
The vituperative split in the higher reaches of the British Conservative Party over the question of Britain’s continued membership of the European Union may have a particularly disastrous side-effect: it may make Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn less unelectable.
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SAME-SEX MARRIAGE Dear LGBTQs, Christians want for you what you want
We all need acceptance, love and respect. We all have a right to be treated with equality.
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HUMOUR
Collision at writers’ festival
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MUSIC Jazz: from common tongue to cliquey dialect
Modern jazz has reached such a high level of sophistication it is hard to imagine how it might increase in complexity. Instrumental technique, especially on piano and guitar, has become so advanced any further improvements would probably be largely imperceptible to listeners. Harmonic knowledge is exceptionally deep, the complexity of phrasing is advanced and the rhythmic complexity endlessly ornate.
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CINEMA The bleak dawn of justice: Batman v Superman
Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is a serious movie. There is a distinct lack of smiling, laughing, joking or bright colours. There is an intensity of purpose to everyone’s actions within the film and intense questioning of that purpose.
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BOOK REVIEW Pius XII acts sub rosa
The Gestapo believed that the big-eared, unprepossessing Bavarian labour lawyer, nicknamed “Joey Ox”, had been involved in a plot to kill Hitler using the spy service of the Catholic clergy. And they weren’t wrong. In fact there were three attempts to kill Hitler, the unfortunate failure of each one escalating the odds that the plotters would be found and face the ultimate punishment.
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BOOK REVIEW Meet the new userers
Little has changed in the subsequent 300 years. As was graphically illustrated in September 2008, when the world came within hours of a collapse of money itself, bankers remain the most dangerous people on earth. They are, as Michael Hudson implies in Killing the Host, parasites who, when sufficiently powerful, lay waste to every other part of society.
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LETTERS
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