Interviews and commentary at the intersection of Truth & Politics.
Join Dave Pellowe and his guests each episode for discussion and debate about the important public issues that are shaping the future of our nation.
Genuinely positive social progress has a healthy balance of steady improvements and mature regard for the traditions and history that we build upon.
There are a few myths that keep being asserted as ‘fact’ so often that it’s worth the time to prepare their rebuttal here. Which ones do you keep seeing recycled over and over again, and how do you answer them?read more
What is gender theory, also called queer theory, and what is its origins and implications for society? Dr. Elisabeth Taylor PhD. makes the very complicated and contentious topic accessible for the rest of us.read more
Dickson says it is “just a slippery slope argument”. The assumption is that slippery slope arguments are fallacies per se. They are not. The question is: How plausible is the slippery slope scenario?read more
Everything these women say is absolutely true. Australian mothers should be able to speak up about why they don’t want their children subjected to this kind of indoctrination without being vilified and threatened.read more
The solution for bad ideas and doctrine is good teaching, and so the following is intended as a resource and support for the difficult and somewhat perilous task at hand for pastors and Christian leaders.read more
Children have rights, needs, and must be given a voice. Children have a fundamental right to be known and loved by the two people who made them: their mother and father. It’s a right that’s recognised worldwide.read more
The grand plan of communism requires destruction of normal family and parent relationships. Redefinition of marriage is all about children and families. Don’t be a silly little pawn of cultural Marxism.read more
The good news is there is no “rape culture/epidemic” on our University campuses. The bad news is there is a growing misandry (man-hating) culture creating inequality and injustice.read more
It is for times like these that taking the path of direct democracy makes sense, when an issue is unusually contentious, divisive, and vexing, and when no side is prepared to lose graciously to a parliamentary vote.read more