Fairness & Justice

22 09, 2019

Left’s ‘civilising’ impulse driving us all to the brink of savagery

By |2019-09-23T08:40:16+10:00September 22nd, 2019|Australia, Children, Fairness & Justice, Identity Politics, Indigenous|0 Comments

Editor's Note: This incisive piece by Janet Albrechtsen in The Australian, quoting Stephen Fry at length, highlights the nasty depths to which our "civil" discourse has sunk. Identity politics turns people against each other, dividing communities and spewing toxic, damaging words against vulnerable, innocent people ...read more

18 09, 2019

Australia needs to recognise conscience rights, not just religious rights

By |2019-09-14T16:21:05+10:00September 18th, 2019|Australia, Fairness & Justice, Faith, Freedom, Leadership|2 Comments

By Dr David van Gend Two problems with Scott Morrison’s proposed Religious Discrimination Bill. First, what does it mean for those who make a stand on conscientious, not religious, grounds? Why should our laws protect religious dissenters but not agnostic dissenters? Second, does it effectively address ...read more

17 09, 2019

Anti-Christian Bigotry: It’s a Good Thing Nothing Will Change!

By |2019-09-17T09:33:46+10:00September 17th, 2019|Australia, Authors, Fairness & Justice, Faith, Freedom, Identity Politics, Sexual Integrity|2 Comments

Yet another Christian school being targeted by the rainbow warriors. I was worried there for a while. But then the homosexual activists in Australia told us in no uncertain terms that legalising homosexual marriage would have no negative effects on anyone. They insisted that nothing ...read more

24 08, 2019

Gladys’ Approach to Abortion Bill is Not What We Voted For

By |2019-08-24T14:48:21+10:00August 24th, 2019|Australia, Children, Fairness & Justice, Life|2 Comments

Editor's Note: Thank you to the Daily Telegraph for publishing this fantastic piece by Bethany Marsh, a third-year liberal arts student at Campion College Australia. [Photo by Giovanni Portelli/The Catholic Weekly] ____ There are signs that maybe, just maybe, Premier Gladys Berejiklian is starting to ...read more

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