The Australian Christian Lobby has expressed disappointment that Toowoomba North Labor candidate Kerry Shine will break with convention by not attending Monday night’s Meet Your Candidate Forum.
At the Queensland election, voters are being encouraged to consider which candidates are willing to provide real choices and support to women who have an unwanted pregnancy.
The Australian Christian Lobby calls on the Federal Parliament to reject moves to set aside the legal framework governing the Northern Territory and Australian Capital Territory governments as a means of pushing an euthanasia agenda.
While the Government may be pleased that their assisted suicide program is one step closer for Victorians today, the inherent dangers of state-sanctioned killing remain and campaigning to protect the vulnerable, especially the elderly and those with disabilities, will intensify in the coming days and weeks, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
The issue of living babies being left to die in Western Australia may finally be investigated after a petition signed by 7,243 people was tabled in Parliament this week.
Victoria’s Legislative Council today heard of the incredible risk that comes with sanctioning assisted suicide by both a supporter and opponent of the Labor Government’s euthanasia bill.
Reports of Chinese women being brought to South Australia on student visas to work in brothels should serve as a warning to parliamentarians currently considering new liberalised prostitution legislation, says the Australian Christian Lobby.
The Australian Christian Lobby has written to Sydney’s Inner West City Council ahead of tonight’s council meeting asking them to reject staff recommendations to use ratepayers’ money for a celebratory LGBTIQ picnic and mardi gras float.
Victorian Premier, Daniel Andrews, has broken an important election promise by weakening current drug laws and establishing drug injecting rooms, warns the Australian Christian Lobby.
Parental rights to keep their children free of radical LGBTIQ sex and gender theory in the classroom will be a major issue for the November 25 Queensland election.
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