The National Post reports today that following the trend of the Canadian Library Association and despite complaints from parents, the Calgary Public Library has offered unrestricted free public access to the Internet without safeguarding children from pornography.

Scottish professor Ian Smith wants to bring lessons on how to have a successful marriage to schools in Scotland to reduce the divorce rate.  (The Sunday Times)

Last week the New York Post pointed out the lack of media outrage over the anti-Christian sentiment in the slaying of Christian youth in Wedgewood Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas. 


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