Australian politicians have allowed the enemy in. Yet tomorrow they’ll go to a dawn service and pledge their support for veterans – and probably get a photo or two with the rainbow wreathes now set to invade Anzac Day.
I don’t think we’re winning this war and sometimes I wonder whether there’s any point anyway…
Uniformed political activity is unlawful. The Mardi Gras requires all participants to sign up to its political goals.
So why is the Australian Defence Force marching again in 2017?
Defence’s new policy on political activity destroys all notions that the military is apolitical.
The lid has been lifted on the homosexual community’s treatment of women.
And it is not pretty.
After the spectacular failure of the Navy’s political Twitter account, DEFGLIS must be treading warily.
This political lobby group is on borrowed time and its inappropriate and offensive use of Defence to promote homosexual political agendas will soon be over.
The Chief of Defence Force has appealed my win in the Federal Court.
I am prepared to defend free speech in Australia. Again.
The Australian Defence Force is breaking all sorts of rules to participate in an event that most Australians find offensive.
The Defence LGBTI Information Service (DEFGLIS) has partnered with the Australian Catholic University, University of Melbourne and Macquarie University to “highlight the contributions made by LGBTI people who have served in Australia’s Army, Navy and Air Force.” Whoa! The Australian Catholic University? That’s a serious problem right there. The Australian Catholic University might be Catholic in name, and it might seek to be the...
I am pleased to report that the Australian Defence Force is now considering my request to wear uniform at the March for Babies, which will be held in October in Melbourne. Defence has also received my request for the Defence Conservative Action Network to receive the same support and recognition that has been given to the Defence Force Gay and Lesbian Information Service. I have no idea whether these requests will be granted but I...
The United States military has for some time been removing Christians from its ranks. And silencing those who dare support the anti-Obama side of politics.
And in Australia it’s not much different. Our generals support political movements that want to change extant laws regarding marriage. They also support gay officers who engage in political activity targeting the rights of Christian organisations.