Gaynor v CDF before High Court on Friday (and I need your help again)
Aug16

Gaynor v CDF before High Court on Friday (and I need your help again)

Several articles have commented on the importance of my case against the Chief of Defence Force. It will hopefully clarify freedom of speech in Australia.

The High Court will hear argument on Friday to determine if it goes ahead.

If you can assist with prayers or a donation, I’d be most grateful…

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Speak now or lose your freedom
Aug07

Speak now or lose your freedom

The Liberals’ plan to censor public servants is all kinds of dumb.

Not least of all because of how it will be expanded when Labor gets back in power…

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Straight from the horse’s mouth
Jun30

Straight from the horse’s mouth

Now that Yassmin Abdel-Magied believes in ‘free speech’, I’m sure she will delete her tweets backing 18c.

It’s bound to happen any second now…

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Why my High Court case is important for every Australian worker
Jun02

Why my High Court case is important for every Australian worker

A recent review of my case has highlighted that the law now allows workers to be sacked for privately expressed political views that an employer finds extreme according to their own standards.

That is why my High Court appeal is so important…

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Please help
Mar20

Please help

It is humbling to rely on the support of others.

And I need your help now.

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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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Graham Perrett, payments & Defence hypocrisy
Mar14

Graham Perrett, payments & Defence hypocrisy

Hypocrisy anyone?

Defence has signed-up a Labor politician while ‘ordering’ conservatives that it’s against policy for them to express political views – even privately. And then there’s the question of payments…

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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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A surprisingly balanced article
Jan30

A surprisingly balanced article

The Sydney Morning Herald has – shock – run a balanced article about Kirralie Smith and her battle to defend herself against a defamation claim from a halal certifier.

If you are in Sydney or Melbourne, don’t miss her upcoming fundraising dinners…

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