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Thursday, 23 January 2020 23:27

#LoveWins? Not for Wilson Gavin

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Where is the progressives' sympathy for Wilson Gavin?

Sunday, 19 January 2020 22:31

We are missing the point about Michelle

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Michelle Williams speech at the 2020 Golden Globe awards has sparked much debate among abortion advocates and prolife communities, the former applauding her courage and decision making, and the latter vilifying and condemning her. This condemnation and hostility is disappointing given the compassion and support toward women that could be extended, and is professed to be extended by prolife groups.

Saturday, 18 January 2020 07:56

Churches, the Left and baby-killing

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Those who hate life and hate God are ramping up their attacks on prolifers.

Thursday, 16 January 2020 00:31

The battle between storks and vultures

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Mothers and fathers have long avoided discussions about sex when their curious kids ask awkward questions about where their little brothers and sisters came from. For hundreds of years, parents have explained the arrival of the newest additions to their family by sharing the myth of the noble stork.

Wednesday, 15 January 2020 00:30

The Guadalupe Encounter as a type for ending abortion

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There are many parallels between the story of Our Lady’s appearance at Guadalupe and the work of those committed to ending abortion. From the rescuing of innocents from the fate of human sacrifice to a lesson on the mysterious actions of God working among us, Guadalupe never ceases to be a source of inspiration and comfort to pro-life Catholics.

Monday, 13 January 2020 20:38

Gough, ScoMo and Santa

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Much has been made of our current  Prime Minister’s absence from Australia during the ongoing and tragic bushfire crisis.  And now of his less than heroic performance since his conscience/political nous got the better of him and he decided to come back and face the fire.  Of course, he has been merely one of a number of politicians missing in action during the fires.  Much has been made of the NSW Emergency Services Minister being in London during, well, an emergency.  And not just any emergency.  Now the NSW Opposition leader has tiptoed OS to escape the furnace.  Are these people serious?

People who consider “peer-reviewed science” alone or give it disproportionate weight when considering public policy are unhelpfully naive about the dynamic nature of science. They pour scorn on anyone questioning “peer-reviewed science” as a solid foundation for public policies with far-reaching social & economic ramifications.