Instead of trying to resolve their problems, state-sponsored financial incentives will tempt a parent to leave the marriage and subsequently alienate their children from the other parent.
He had all the attributes of the ruthless frontiersman: patriarchy, a tendency to sow his not-so-royal oats, a capacity for a certain work regimen, a firm disciplinarian.
The two words are now used almost interchangeably, which is a pity, and both are used much more frequently than they were fifty years ago.
Peterson argues that ‘the Equity Doctrine …. has gone too far’.
With 'institutionalization' you get up when you're told to; you eat when you're told to; you go to bed when you're told to.
Homosexuality spreads the closer one gets to the holy of holies
The scenario technique identifies three possible futures to aid critical thinking about climate change. Will basic social and political values survive?
The pollsters got it wrong, the bookies got it wrong, the punters got it wrong the ABC and most of the mainstream media got it wrong and obviously Bill Shorten got it very wrong.
Why the ban on commercial surrogacy? One family gains much-needed money, the other a much-desired child
A stunning phenomenon has overturned the way in which we in the West regard the public sphere in particular, and democracy in general, in the twenty-first century: the re-emergence of religion.
The upper echelon believe it's in their interests to go on persuading the masses that politicians, lawyers and executives are at the top because they possess a formal solution to whatever ails us.
In today's less rigid milieu, many forms of personal habit are no longer governed by established societal attitudes but rather stem from a less sensitive interest in the reactions of others.