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3 06, 2022

Is “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” Harmful for Children?

By |2022-06-03T01:34:03+10:003 June 2022|Children, Identity Politics, Sexual Integrity|4 Comments

Political correctness has come for children's classics like The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Apparently, it just isn't "diverse" enough to meet modern-day standards of proper reading fare. The Aussie Care Network recently reported, “An Australian researcher, Dr Helen Adam, has warned that classic and popular children's [...]

28 02, 2022

Marriage: a Thing of the Past?

By |2022-02-24T17:21:48+11:0028 February 2022|Family, World|0 Comments

As the institution of marriage crumbles, here are some good reasons we ought to safeguard it. There’s no way to sugarcoat it: Marriage is fast becoming obsolete in America. In 1970, 70% of American adults were married. By 2018, that figure had fallen to 50%. [...]

28 08, 2021

The cost of lockdowns exceeds the benefit, and the poor carry most of the burden

By |2021-08-28T16:45:58+10:0028 August 2021|Australia, Fairness & Justice, Freedom, Leadership|0 Comments

The cost in mental health, substance abuse, domestic violence and suicide is staggering. This week there have been renewed calls in the media and among Australia’s political leaders to move beyond a “Zero Covid” mindset, to begin our transition out of ongoing lockdowns and learn [...]

27 07, 2021

Indigenous women face enormous barriers in reporting abuse

By |2021-07-26T19:45:13+10:0027 July 2021|Australia, Gender, Good Books, Indigenous, Safety & Security|0 Comments

Most Australians view police as protectors and have trust and respect for their authority. Unfortunately, this belief does not extend so readily through indigenous society. Indigenous women are not only distrustful of police, they face enormous barriers in reporting viol­ence in that abusers are frequently [...]

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