The budget: a Social Credit perspective
May11

The budget: a Social Credit perspective

The structural financial problems faced by Australia are not addressed by any political parties.

Professor Oliver Heydorn raises two key issues that should have been addressed in the latest budget…

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The Mother’s Day Massacre
May10

The Mother’s Day Massacre

Tomorrow is Mother’s Day. And today is my birthday. This is a happy coincidence. It means, in our family, that we get to celebrate the mother and the father in the same weekend. It’s really the way it should be everywhere. Mums are important. And so are Dads. But they are much more important when viewed as a whole, not as separate parts. Families function when they are both together, working as a loving team. Yet our society...

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I would rather go to jail
Feb22

I would rather go to jail

The senate committee report into Nicola Roxon’s already failed anti-discrimination legislation is now proposing religious organisations lose protections allowing them to operate on the basis of their faith. It recommends that religious schools no longer be permitted to only hire teachers who practice their faith. It does not even mention religious hospitals, which would then face huge legal and government pressure to provide...

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