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Thursday, 29 August 2019 08:32

G7 provides platform for extreme abortion policies

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 The 45th G7 summit was held last week in Biarritz, France and covered the kind of social-engineering agenda that has come to be expected from similar globalist conferences: climate strategy, radical feminism and extreme abortion policies.

Wednesday, 28 August 2019 06:10

Victoria: The Nutjob State

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So now you can legally change your sex at least once every year in Victoria.

Monday, 26 August 2019 04:44

Australia's Plenary Echoes Fatima's Last Battle

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The Australian Church has undertaken a radical and dangerous approach to charting her future, in the form of Plenary 2020, which was instigated by the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference in 2018.

The U.S. Senate confirmed their top diplomat at the United Nations last week, Kelly Knight Craft. She now faces several major challenges if she is to succeed in executing President Trump’s international pro-life agenda.

Thursday, 15 August 2019 21:28

Five ways Facebook is censoring me

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News broke this week about Google expanding its censorship of conservative and pro-life websites. Whistleblower Zachary Vorhies divulged information detailing widespread censorship by Google of numerous blacklisted sites, including LifeNews.com, Newsbusters, Gateway Pundit, Glenn Beck and the Media Research Center. The crackdowns on our free speech have become even more numerous and more noticeable, even to smaller independent sites.

Tuesday, 13 August 2019 21:43

Islamic Jihad in Sydney

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Shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ while stabbing innocent citizens in Sydney. A woman is dead and others are injured after a man went on a stabbing rampage in downtown Sydney – all the while yelling “Allahu Akbar”. But as is almost always the case, much of the media is not mentioning this latter fact. And just as bad, the authorities are telling us that this has nothing to do with terrorism.

Wednesday, 07 August 2019 20:50

Public servant sacked for social media comments

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The High Court of Australia today upheld as “reasonable”, and not unconstitutional, the decision of the Department of Immigration and Citizenship to dismiss an employee who had made anonymous political comments about migration matters and government policies, contrary to various codes of conduct. The case provides interesting insights into the operation of the implied constitutional freedom of political communication. Many will see similarities with the dismissal of footballer Israel Folau for comments he shared about the Bible’s view of morality, but as we will see, while somewhat factually similar, the cases raise quite different issues.