Religious freedom review
Jan25

Religious freedom review

We have until 14 February to act to protect Christianity in Australia and prevent recommendations that Sharia law be recognised.

Sign my comprehensive submission now…

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Freedom of speech and religion hits High Court
Dec01

Freedom of speech and religion hits High Court

Next week I will be in the High Court in Canberra.

Freedom of speech and religion are at stake…

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Army ‘professional development’ webpage promotes prostitutes, sex toys and fraternisation…
Nov24

Army ‘professional development’ webpage promotes prostitutes, sex toys and fraternisation…

Prostitution. Sex Toys. Masturbation rooms. Fraternisation.

The Army website just ran an article suggesting they should be funded for soldiers by the taxpayer.

It comes as the 5 year program to address the Skype sex scandal ends…

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It’s a Western collapse thing
Nov22

It’s a Western collapse thing

The US military says it’s ok to be communist and hate the nation you serve…

…but it’s not ok to fail to celebrate homosexuality.

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‘Marriage equality’ heads down Sharia Law Highway
Nov22

‘Marriage equality’ heads down Sharia Law Highway

You cannot guarantee freedom of speech and religion after ‘marriage equality’ without laws that necessarily entail recognition of Sharia law.

That’s the politically-correct and multicultural nightmare we now face…

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Courage
Nov21

Courage

These men have courage

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Here come the Fun Police
Nov21

Here come the Fun Police

Less than a week after the postal survey was announced, ‘Tranny Bingo’ has been banned.

No one is free from the clutches of the Fun Police…

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I hold Bill Shorten responsible
Nov21

I hold Bill Shorten responsible

Bill Shorten has a lot to answer for.

Even church vandals are mimicking him…

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Why hasn’t the Abbott/Pell painter been charged?
Nov20

Why hasn’t the Abbott/Pell painter been charged?

It seems that a general state of lawlessness can be added to the consequences of ‘marriage equality’.

No charges have been laid against the man who depicted Tony Abbott and George Pell engaged in an indecent homosexual act, even though it breaches the New South Wales criminal code.

We now live in a world where there is equality of the law according to your sexual orientation…

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In dark times leaders stand tall (or Bernardi strikes back)
Nov17

In dark times leaders stand tall (or Bernardi strikes back)

in dark days for conservatives, Senator Bernardi has shown leadership.

Encouragingly, it has been supported. A number of government ministers have backed him in parliament on abortion, White Ribbon, GetUp! and communism.

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