Either you’re “pro-choice” or “there’s no justification for abortion”. Make your choice, but at least be ethically consistent.
Craig Emerson’s economic philosophies & elections review are lacking, but his advice to leave emotion out of political debate and look beneath the surface before rushing to partisan judgements is completely right.
Before you swallow the leftist media’s force-fed diet of dire doomsday descriptions, take a moment to chew on the objective facts about a bushfire no one alive today heard about in the benighted news.
Evidence abounds that extreme environmentalists are creating the largest ground fuel loads seen since humans first inhabited this continent by obstructing responsible forest and vegetation management.
SBS News mysteriously loses their article about bushfires having almost nothing to do with climate change
Hurrah! SBS News will be delighted – I’m almost sure – to learn the accidental deletion of their moment of balanced journalism has been recovered, is copied in full and without alteration here for posterity, just in case.
Human rights advocates tried to soften the horrendous NSW abortion legislation with important amendments. Dr Rachel Carling of Right To Life NSW discusses which passed, which failed, and where to from here.
Former High Court justice Kirby’s nasty & hostile opinion letter warns religious freedom will let people publish opinions which are… nasty & hostile.
Shameless activists inciting racial division & hatred have disrespected a grieving family’s wishes for calm & peace while investigations into the death of an Aboriginal man shot by police continue.
In this very special interview you’ll get to meet Angela Forker, the woman behind the camera at the Precious Baby Project melting hearts around the world by capturing the beauty of children with special needs.
The inconvenient fact easily discovered by anyone with an internet connection is pro-lifers take the lead in providing vital services to vulnerable women and children.
The sex soaked culture we now all swim in requires us to think again about this very important aspect of human existence and to have a plan to help our children navigate these treacherous waters.
This moment brought the whole courtroom to tears, but it holds a powerful example of the key to reconciliation on a larger scale between races, and national maturity, cohesion and progress.