Opposition education spokesman Christopher Pyne made some interesting comments this week on the Greens' policies regarding private education.

He said that the Greens "maintained a bias against private education" and that "the idea of churches and charities educating children offends them. They want them educated by the state so they can control what they are taught."

To read The Australian's article on this issue, click here.

Also, The Spectator last month published an article by Rod Liddle, which examined the intolerance and hypocrisy shown by The Green Party in the UK.

He outlined the situation with Greens councillor Christina Summers, who was expelled by her party "because she could not bring herself, as a Christian, to support a motion demanding that the government change the marriage laws so that gay people could get married..."

Click here to read Mr Liddle's article.