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Conservative: Pyne is doing it ‘Wong’

Christopher Pyne is now campaigning openly with the Greens’ Sarah Hanson-Young and Labor’s Penny Wong.

He’s doing ‘conservative’ wrong…

‘Marriage equality’ activists: if you don’t like it you’ll have to home school

If parents don’t like Safe Schools, they’ll just have to home school demand ‘marriage equality’ supporters…

It’s ok to vote no against the gender fairy

Children as young as four are being taught about the ‘gender fairy’.

It’s revealed in the second Coalition for Marriage commercial…

Turnbull admits he cannot protect freedom if the laws change on marriage

Malcolm Turnbull has admitted today that he cannot protect freedom of speech or religion if the laws on marriage change…

A letter to Defence Minister Marise Payne

Marise Payne is yet to respond to the petition calling on Defence to remain apolitical during the marriage postal vote survey.

So I sent her a letter…

A concerned father speaks about the Defence Force

A father with extensive military experience expresses concern about the feminised Defence recruitment processes which have discriminated against his son…

Top 10 moments of marriage madness you must remember when voting

The ‘Yes’ campaign has shown that it is incapable of tolerance.

Here are nine of the worst moments. Plus one more that says a yes vote will unleash a full-scale cultural war…

Mark Latham: We need a Free Speech Act (or step up to the plate Malcolm & Bill)

Mark Latham has outlined why we need a Free Speech Act.

When the High Court refuses to protect freedom the parliament must step up…

Iffiayah Wazza-Lefte: It’s time to trust Shorten and Turnbull on marriage

This webpage’s resident progressive, Iffiayah Wazza-Lefte, explains that she is voting ‘yes’ to change the law on marriage because she trusts Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten and believes their promises that there will be no unintended consequences.

‘Progressives’ trust the politicians to get it right, she argues…

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