A mighty prophet has just left us. One of the great figures of the past century has passed away.
One of the most common arguments for the legalisation of abortion is the issue of the so-called hard cases.
When there is so much bad news around, it is great to get some good news once and a while. And it doesn’t get much better than to learn that Big Brother will no longer be disgracing our small screens.
If nothing else, the steady stream of madness and moral decrepitude one encounters on a daily basis at least keeps life interesting.
Two recent articles about teen crime in Victoria make for disturbing reading.
For millennia, the institution of marriage was viewed as a solemn covenant, involving strong obligations and commitment.
The extent of anthropogenic global warming caused by carbon dioxide from the burning of fossil fuels is a controversial and politicised issue and there certainly is no scientific consensus.
There are many reasons why we should not legalise euthanasia.
Carbon is the sixth element in the periodic table. It is unique among the elements in the vast number and variety of compounds it can form.
Behind me the ladies ate Maltesers, in a satirical manner, while talking of crumbling bones and ABC reruns of As Time Goes By.
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