Obama’s Abortion Extremism

by Robert George – The Witherspoon Institute October 14, 2008 Barack Obama is the most extreme pro-abortion candidate ever to seek the office of President of the United States. He is the most extreme pro-abortion member of the United States Senate. Indeed, he is the most extreme pro-abortion legislator ever to serve in either house […]

The harmful mistakes of sex education in school

Times Online (UK) Minette Marrin 21 Sep 2008 Those who can, do, according to the old saying, and those who can’t, teach. That has always seemed to me unfair. However, I have come to think that those who can’t teach, teach sex education. Judged by its results – not a bad way of judging – […]

Happily Never After: New PTC Study Reveals TV Favors Non-Marital Sex

August 5, 2008 The Parents Television Council released a new study, Happily Never After: How Hollywood Favors Adultery and Promiscuity Over Marital Intimacy on Prime Time Broadcast Television , which revealed that broadcast networks depict sex in the context of marriage as either non-existent or burdensome while showing positive depictions of extra-marital or adulterous sexual […]

Family ‘diversity’ unpacked

Dale O’Leary is the author of The Gender Agenda and One Man, One Woman: A Catholic’s Guide to Defending Marriage. MercatorNet 9 July 2008 To pretend that all families are equal denies the truth of the child’s experience… The diversity troops want to force educators, students, and parents to pretend that there is no difference […]


Family Research Council (US) Research using adult stem cells continues to yield successful treatments for many human diseases and injuries.  In this update we highlight some of those treatment successes from the last six months.  This update follows on our previous releases of adult stem cell success stories from the first half of 2008, as […]

Sexualisation of Children (Aust)

Channel 9 Sunday programme June 22, 2008 Bras for four year olds, soft porn music videos during children’s viewing times, dolls dressed as prostitutes, 14 year old fashion models, billboards for longer lasting sex. This is the world the contemporary Australian child grows up in and a Senate inquiry has asked this question: are our […]

Art or not, it’s still exploitation

Steve Biddulph is a psychologist and the author of Raising Babies. The Age (Australia) May 28, 2008 It is astonishing that the debate over Bill Henson’s photographs has been framed as art versus pornography, as if these were mutually exclusive, tidy categories that settle the matter once and for all. And as if art somehow excuses […]

Why We Whisper – The Economic Costs of Sin

Chuck Colson – Breakpoint May 2, 2008 Imagine the following social experiment: You divide up Americans into two groups. Those who agreed to live by traditional moral values live in certain states. Those who reject traditional values take up residence in other states that would allow them to do whatever they pleased, morally speaking. After […]

Woman Becomes Pregnant – Alert the Press!

Jessica Cantelon – Townhall.com April 3, 2008 Born in Hawaii, thirty-four-year-old Thomas Beatie lives with his wife Nancy in the town of Bend in mountainous central Oregon. After several years of marriage, Thomas and Nancy are excited to be expecting their first child, a little girl. But if you’re assuming that Nancy is the pregnant one, […]

Bob McCoskrie: Evidence points to social cost of not being able to afford own house

Bob McCoskrie – National Director Family First NZ NZ Herald February 25, 2008 The debate on home ownership has tended to come from a fiscal perspective – whether the cost of owning a home is out of reach for many families of middle to low income. Since 1991, home ownership rates in New Zealand have […]