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ENERGY SA Labor prepares to consider nuclear power

CANBERRA OBSERVED Time for Mr Abbott to level with the Australian people

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Coalition family package must include homemakers

SOCIETY Homosexual 'marriage'? First, listen to the children

WESTERN CIVILISATION The secular challenge to freedom of belief

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Human Rights Commission's partisanship exposed

EDITORIAL A way forward for Tony Abbott...

ECONOMIC AGENDA How Tony Abbott can become the 'infrastructure PM'

ECONOMIC AFFAIRS Taiwan leads the way with the knowledge economy

FOREIGN AFFAIRS Greece and EU edge towards debt crunch

MILITARY AFFAIRS Stand-off war, hands-on war and cyber war

OPINION Call me a wowser, but too much sex ain't good for us

INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS The folly of Australia's public intellectuals

CINEMA The horror and pity of war: American Sniper

LETTERS

Ten harmful myths laid to rest

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ENERGY SA Labor prepares to consider nuclear power
In a groundbreaking step, South Australian Labor Premier Jay Weatherill has announced that his state government will establish a royal commission into the nuclear fuel cycle.
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Time for Mr Abbott to level with the Australian people
The Abbott government remains in a state of limbo as the Prime Minister attempts to find a way through the ongoing destabilisation of his leadership, and his erstwhile opponent, Malcolm Turnbull, sits on the sidelines waiting to seize his opportunity.
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NATIONAL AFFAIRS Coalition family package must include homemakers
Now that the Coalition’s paid parental leave (PPL) scheme has been scrapped, to be replaced by a “families package”, let’s hope that any new policy addresses the discrimination against families who choose to raise their children at home.
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SOCIETY Homosexual 'marriage'? First, listen to the children
As activist judges, a secular left-wing media, and politically-correct politicians all work overtime to implement the radical homosexual agenda, including homosexual “marriage”, the very people we should be listening to in this debate are being completely ignored and overlooked.
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WESTERN CIVILISATION The secular challenge to freedom of belief
The following article consists of the keynote address given at the Ecumenical Service for the Opening of the Legal Year in Tasmania 2015, at St David’s Anglican Cathedral, Hobart, on January 30.
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NATIONAL AFFAIRS Human Rights Commission's partisanship exposed
The release of the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC)’s report on children in immigration detention is a deeply flawed attempt to use the plight of children in immigration detention to attack the Commonwealth government’s policy of off-shore processing of illegal boat arrivals.
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EDITORIAL A way forward for Tony Abbott...
Following the move for a “spill” of leadership positions in the Liberal Party — a move the Prime Minister described as a “near death experience” — a succession of three events have rekindled leadership speculation in the Liberal Party.
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ECONOMIC AGENDA How Tony Abbott can become the 'infrastructure PM'
Tony Abbott wants to be known as the infrastructure Prime Minister. A major infrastructure program would likely win over many Australians who are in fear of losing their jobs.
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ECONOMIC AFFAIRS Taiwan leads the way with the knowledge economy
When I began studying economics in the early 1970s, a country’s “resources” were things like minerals and crops. With the rise of Japan, which has very little in the way of these sorts of physical resources, it became clear that this definition was inadequate.
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FOREIGN AFFAIRS Greece and EU edge towards debt crunch
After days of discussion between the left-wing Syriza government in Greece and the European Union regarding Greece’s debt crisis, neither side wants to bring the issues to a head, while both sides remain committed to their original positions.
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MILITARY AFFAIRS Stand-off war, hands-on war and cyber war
“We have tried since the birth of our nation to promote our love of peace by a display of weakness. This course has failed us utterly.” — General George C. Marshall, 1945.
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OPINION Call me a wowser, but too much sex ain't good for us
Call me a wowser, but even though I enjoyed and appreciated the Jean Paul Gaultier exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria, there are also parts I found unsettling.
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INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS The folly of Australia's public intellectuals
In 2004 Germaine Greer, formerly professor in the department of English literature and comparative studies at the University of Warwick, published a work titled, Whitefella Jump Up!
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CINEMA The horror and pity of war: American Sniper
Symeon J. Thompson reviews American Sniper (rated MA 15+), directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Bradley Cooper.
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LETTERS
News Weekly’s exposé of the Q Society and SION
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Ten harmful myths laid to rest
Today we have forgotten the “alarming” waves of Catholic and Jewish migrants from the fringes of Europe. Their descendants have become woven into the cultural life of their Western countries, even though, at the time, their countries of origin seemed less democratic, less economically free and more prone to religious law and political extremism.
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