Resistance to usurped or tyrannical authority is an essential component of the rule of law formally recognised as such since the Magna Carta.
When we examine the elements of the Marriage Act it seems that none of them make any sense and in actual fact they probably never did.
Minorities mob the World Congress of Families with intolerance, and the land of the fair go looks on with seeming indifference.
Those who hold 'traditional' values are unable to any longer look with certainty to the wider society for support; they will instead be labeled as 'anti' one-thing or another.
Forget principle and ask yourself why a political party that has at most one seat at risk from the dislike of the
Limited legislative models are a Trojan horse for a broader application. Whether such limitations are honestly held objectives or simply 'a foot in the door' matters little.
We will never stop the flow of asylum seekers, because we will never stop war, persecution, and strife.
This is extraordinarily cruel. The denial of the right to die at a time of our choosing can result in a lingering, painful death.
The overwhelming need for a Royal Commission was spelt out by successful Australian business woman, Janet Holmes a Court, in an address in Hobart on 15 August.
Both the Labor and current governments officially bought into the idea that recruitment to jihad reflects the alienation of young Muslim males disaffected from mainstream culture.
Lack of regulation means the onus is therefore on Exit and Dr Nitschke to screen those who may not be suitable for the information provided in his books and workshops.
Everyone supports medical research. What’s not to love? But that fact is the very reason governments should not fund it.