Beyond 18c
Mar15

Beyond 18c

There’s no point repealing 18c if it will just send activist complainants into the arms of even worse state-based anti-discrimination bodies.

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Time’s running out for 18c
Jan31

Time’s running out for 18c

Ian Goodenough, the chair of the 18c inquiry, has mirrored comments in my submission calling for laws to focus on racial violence rather than political debate.

That’s good news.

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Silence on freedom of speech
Jan30

Silence on freedom of speech

When it comes to the inquiry into 18c and free speech, it seems that not everyone is entitled to a say.

The Grand Mufti’s call for an expanded 18c to outlaw anti-Islamic statements has been accepted. But this webpage’s submission is nowhere to be seen, even though it was signed by more than 6,500 Australians and is the most-supported submission before the inquiry…

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138 minutes
Dec01

138 minutes

It took just 138 minutes yesterday for the NSW Court of Appeal to decide it had heard enough about constitutional and jurisdictional issues to prepare a judgement about the law of the Thought Police and Garry Burns’ complaints against me…

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18C inquiry
Nov22

18C inquiry

The government is holding an inquiry into Gillian Triggs’ Australian Human Rights Commission and S.18c. Now is the time to have your say.

Take 30 seconds today to sign my submission.

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A Minister of the Crown tweets…
Nov16

A Minister of the Crown tweets…

Philip Dalidakis is a Victorian government minister. And he’s just gone off the deep end…

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The progressives vent
Nov11

The progressives vent

If you want to see a violent response, just let Twitter know you’ve lodged an 18C complaint against a progressive and tolerant ‘leftie’…

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18C complaint against Labor MP Linda Burney
Nov10

18C complaint against Labor MP Linda Burney

18C should go.

But if Malcolm Turnbull won’t scrap it and the Human Rights Commission, then conservatives must start ensuring that these laws protect all Australians.

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The ground is shaking
Nov05

The ground is shaking

The anti-discrimination industry has been hit by an earthquake, yet the media and bureaucratic elite remain blissfully and arrogantly unaware.

The next battle starts on 30 November and it will challenge this industry to the very core…

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The movement grows
Nov04

The movement grows

On Saturday night a fundraising/update dinner was held in Brisbane. Over $16,000 has been raised and both Senator Malcolm Roberts and Mr George Christensen MP lent their support.

The fight is well and truly on to dismantle the apparatus of the Thought Police…

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