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George Weigel: Dreyfus affair is one to remember

In December 1894, Captain Alfred Dreyfus of the French Army was convicted of treason on the grounds that he had given military secrets to...

Greg Craven: Poisoning the well of justice

Speaking as an Australian lawyer, I know we have few appealing qualities. But we do believe in our own justice system.All my life, I...

Monica Doumit: Standing tall on womens’ shoulders

This coming Friday, 8 March, is International Women’s Day, which the United Nations describes as “a day when all women are recognised for their...

Monica Doumit: Why is Jordan Peterson popular?

“You don’t know much, really.” “You don’t perceive much and you don’t know if what you’re perceiving is the information you need.” “You have...

Joanna Howe: Lent minus lipstick

By Dr Joanna HoweI have worn make up every day for 17 years. Never in a Kardashian way, mind you, but to hide my...

Monica Doumit: Shepherds feed His sheep

“What has been your favourite moment of the World Youth Day pilgrimage?” I was asked this question by a journalist over dinner on one...

Monica Doumit: What will it take to finally get action

Absent a miracle, including the miracle of our politicians acquiring either a backbone or some common sense (or both), the Senate Standing Committee on...

Simcha Fisher: In which I am not pregnant

Here I go, staring down the barrel of my 44th birthday. I have several kids who are technically old enough to be parents themselves....

Monica Doumit: The mask that evil wears

In all of the big news stories that have occurred in recent weeks, only lightly reported was an extraordinary – and unprecedented – decision...

Martyn Iles: Help a refugee? Love them

Among Christians, a debate about Nauru rarely gets far before someone invokes Jesus. His parable of the Good Samaritan, His command to love our...
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