Today’s Newspoll showing majority support for the Turnbull Government’s marriage plebiscite is evidence that Australians know that the consequences of redefining marriage do not flow from the sensible centre of politics.
The Australian Christian Lobby has welcomed news in Queensland that the LNP may consider enshrining the rights of unborn babies killed in violent incidents in their party platform for the next election.
South Australian lower house MPs have been encouraged to consider the merits of a Nordic Approach to prostitution before they vote on the bill to decriminalise it, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
Any person over age 75 will be able to receive euthanasia - even when perfectly healthy - under proposed law in the Netherlands, as Dutch doctors warn that euthanasia is ‘getting out of hand’.
The Australian Christian Lobby has expressed disappointment that Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon wants to take away an important part of Australia’s cultural heritage by seeking the removal of the Lord’s Prayer from Federal Parliament.
Angela Merkel’s about-face on children’s welfare is disturbing because the same-sex marriage lobby will be back for commercial surrogacy and anonymous sperm donation, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
Suicide on demand seems to be the real public policy goal of Australia’s most famous euthanasia activist, Dr Philip Nitschke, following his response to a triple suicide of a non-terminally ill family on the Gold Coast.
The consequences of redefining marriage continue coming to light with news that a United Kingdom Jewish school faces forced closure for not teaching LGBT issues.
With Australian same-sex marriage activists saying there are no consequences to changing the definition of marriage, the Swedish Prime Minister (pictured) has warned priests to perform gay marriages or “find another job”.
Proposed changes to NT anti-discrimination law will take away the freedom of faith-based organisations to maintain their ethos.
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