Roundup: Ethics classes, feeding the hungry, pretentious cinema, West Bank conflict, gay marriage
Acting New South Wales premier Andrew Stoner says school ethics classes will not be scrapped to retain the support of crossbench MP Fred Nile, but he has left the door open for changes to the program.
Lifting people above the level of subsistence farming is the key to ensuring that, with a growing population and food shortages, no one goes hungry.
Tree of Life: Metaphysics or pretension?
A senior Israeli army commander has warned that unchecked “Jewish terror” against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank threatens to plunge the territory into another conflict.
When the data showed that in the era of gay marriage, straight marriage had actually strengthened somewhat, divorce rates had declined, and marriages lasted longer, even those who worried about unintended consequences conceded that the argument was essentially over.
Rite vs Right.