There’s no denying that the global refugee crisis has been a topic of passionate debate since it began. Governments – as well as individuals – continue to wrestle with balancing care for refugees torn from their...

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“Behind every great man is a great woman,” goes the time-worn aphorism. On the surface it’s a noble thought, recognizing the vital influence of women in shaping the lives and achievements of men. But a closer look...

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January’s pro-abortion Women’s March on Washington was bigly by any measure but did not represent all women, probably not even the majority of women, as Margaret Wente explained in the Globe and Mail. Those who were...

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Norma McCorvey, the “Jane Roe” of Roe v. Wade, passed away on February 18, 2017, due to heart failure. She was 69 years old. Her name – or rather her pseudonym – remains symbolic of a watershed event in the sexual...

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As a rule, science fiction films don’t get much love from the Oscars or other major movie awards. At best, they’re given a few nods for technical achievement: special effects, makeup, sound editing and the like. But...

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The politics of immigration: 5 Biblical proposals

By Subby Szterszky | March 14, 2017 | Post your comment | Law + Government

There’s no denying that the global refugee crisis has been a topic of passionate debate since it began. Governments – as well as individuals – continue to wrestle with balancing care for refugees torn from their homelands against practical concerns...

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Hidden Figures: when men were men and women were computers

By Subby Szterszky | March 14, 2017 | Post your comment | Arts + Entertainment

“Behind every great man is a great woman,” goes the time-worn aphorism. On the surface it’s a noble thought, recognizing the vital influence of women in shaping the lives and achievements of men. But a closer look reveals a sadder picture: the...

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The first feminists would have joined the March for Life

By Glenn T. Stanton | February 28, 2017 | Post your comment | Society + Culture

January’s pro-abortion Women’s March on Washington was bigly by any measure but did not represent all women, probably not even the majority of women, as Margaret Wente explained in the Globe and Mail. Those who were excluded from that march are a...

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