Chris Kenny, Same-sex marriage: Yes, but spare the virtue-signalling, The Australian (19 Sept 2017): It seems to be about more than marriage. Clearly the marriage reform has become a proxy cause for acceptance. As a society we are being asked… (READ MORE)
On the same day that the Parliament passed legislating policing speech in order to protect the feelings of same-sex attracted and their supporters, Israel Folau, a notable rugby league player, was embroiled in controversy for the following remark: “I love… (READ MORE)
Ever since Margaret Court expressed her displeasure at Qantas’s public support for marriage redefinition there has been a persistent effort across the media to discredit her without attending to her position. This accelerated as previous public statements where again aired that indicated… (READ MORE)
The following conversation with Hadley Arkes allows him to elaborate issues he has recently raised in a number of essays over the last few years, most recently, in First Things, The Moral Turn, regarding the poverty of conservative jurisprudence.
If abortion were a crime, those who procure an abortion should also be punished along with those, like a doctor, who actually perform it. This is no different to punishing those who procure any other crime, whether kidnapping or murder,… (READ MORE)