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Marching to a gay beat

The Regimental Sergeant Major of the Australian Army will break a lawful general order prohibiting uniformed attendance at political events when he marches in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

The Chief of Army has some questions to answer

The Chief of Army, Lieutenant General David Morrison, has some questions to...

Defeat lies at the end of the rainbow

Apparently, diversity wins wars. It is vital for capability, so we are...

Enforcing the new normal

Last week this website reported that ‘men’ are now giving ‘birth’...

Legal update: an initial victory

I write today with some very good news. On Friday I was facing what was...

Defending Catholic bishops – Part 1

Collectively, Catholic bishops have been a failure for the last two decades.

A man of courage

Christopher Pearson was a man of courage.

Bendigo mosque kerfuffle update

A critic who has denounced Bendigo Councillor Elise Chapman for ‘hate speech’ links female genital mutilation to ‘knuckle dragging primitive leftovers’.

Strangely, his comments have now been removed. He’s a victim of his own form of censorship.

Why is Junaid Thorne on bail?

Less than three months after the Lindt Cafe terrorist attack, Australia’s insane approach to bail is putting lives at risk.

Junaid Thorne has been released even though he is preaching violent Islamic jihad, and despite the fact that his supporters are practising what he preaches.

Spinning a lazy yarn: the media ‘forgets’ to report the real Elise Chapman petition story

The media is only interested in reporting the petition against Elise Chapman, even though the pro-Elise Chapman petition has far more support.

Feminism: beaten by the burqa

Cr Elise Chapman is being let down by the feminists. And in the process, they are allowing themselves to be beaten by the burqa.

Abbott: fighting Islam with Big Brother

The Prime Minister is proposing to crack down on ideas that come from Islam by policing them with tougher anti-discrimination measures.

As an idea, it’s right up there with bungee-jumping without the bungee.

The trouble with Tony

In the lead-up to the 2013 election, the media went into overdrive about how...

A crisis of confidence

If you listened to Labor MP, Jackie Trad, and her smug commentary on...

Spinning a lazy yarn: the media ‘forgets’ to report the real Elise Chapman petition story

The media is only interested in reporting the petition against Elise Chapman, even though the pro-Elise Chapman petition has far more support.

Feminism: beaten by the burqa

Cr Elise Chapman is being let down by the feminists. And in the process, they are allowing themselves to be beaten by the burqa.

Abbott: fighting Islam with Big Brother

The Prime Minister is proposing to crack down on ideas that come from Islam by policing them with tougher anti-discrimination measures.

As an idea, it’s right up there with bungee-jumping without the bungee.

Marching to a gay beat

The Regimental Sergeant Major of the Australian Army will break a lawful general order prohibiting uniformed attendance at political events when he marches in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

Why is Junaid Thorne on bail?

Less than three months after the Lindt Cafe terrorist attack, Australia’s insane approach to bail is putting lives at risk.

Junaid Thorne has been released even though he is preaching violent Islamic jihad, and despite the fact that his supporters are practising what he preaches.

The ADF, Islam and Australian Values

Bernard Gaynor speaks about the ADF’s flawed understanding of Islam. Must watch.

Abortion in rape cases? Hear the truth from someone who knows

Abortion in rape cases. It is the premiere argument used by...