The use of force to physically obstruct members of the public attending an information seminar on the so-called Safe Schools program in Melbourne last night is the latest example of intolerant bullying by rainbow political activists.
The headline of today’s The Australian says everything you need to know about what life under same-sex marriage would be like for Christians.
Plans to expand the reach of federal anti-discrimination laws by the Labor Party will have a chilling effect on free speech in Australia at a time when it is already under strain, warns the Australian Christian Lobby.
In recent months opposition to 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act has increased with many, including the Australian Christian Lobby, seeing it as an impost on freedom of speech.
The Australian Christian Lobby urged the Queensland Government to re-think its plan to Americanise Queensland politics by transferring power from the Parliament to the Courts through a proposed Bill of Rights.
Asia Bibi has remained on death row for over seven years under Pakistan’s Blasphemy Laws. What was the crime you may ask, helping out a muslim neighbour.
Why is it okay for a printer to say ‘no’ to a book defending marriage, yet, if same-sex marriage is passed, wedding service providers with conscientious objection may be forced to comply.
Queensland GP, Dr David van Gend, discusses on Voice for Values his new book ‘Stealing From a Child, The Injustice of Marriage Equality’, and how the printer refused to print it.
Human Rights Law Alliance Director, Martyn Iles, was interviewed by news website Crikey earlier today.
The Tasmanian Government amendments to its anti-discrimination laws keep restrictions on free speech.
This week on voice for Values, how did we get to the point of Christians being taken to court for saying the wrong thing in polite company?
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