Urgent action needed to stop radical Greens bill

The Greens are seeking to push radical new abortion laws through the South Australian Parliament.

These laws are arguably the most extreme in Australia – and amongst the worst in the world.

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Over 7000 voices raised for freedom!

It’s nice to be able to share some good news in the campaign for our freedoms!

As you would recall, the Senate recently called a second inquiry into the rights of faith-based schools. While its scope may appear narrow, affecting only schools, the ramifications are huge for our broader freedoms.

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Faith-based schools still in the firing line

Like clockwork, inquiries into ‘difficult’ topics are often held over the summer break.

This year is no different, with faith-based schools under assault yet again. A new inquiry (which we alerted supporters to earlier this week) closes this coming Monday, 21 January.

But before commenting on that, we have received an interesting letter – from the Prime Minister no less.

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ANALYSIS: Unpacking the Ruddock report

Nearly seven months after former attorney-general Philip Ruddock handed his religious freedom report to the then Prime Minister, it has finally been released.

The weighty read (a 140-page document) was accompanied by the equally anticipated Government response.

Both documents will take time to digest – and some of the report’s recommendations are understandably light on detail – but there is a considerable amount we can already glean.

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Analysis: Redefining marriage leads to gender madness in Tasmania

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has rightly savaged a “ridiculous” move in Tasmania to make inclusion of a baby’s gender on a birth certificate an “opt-in” decision for parents.

The changes passed Tasmania’s lower house on 20 November, after rogue Liberal Speaker Sue Hickey voted with Labor and the Greens in favour of the radical changes.

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Ruddock report on religious freedom: details leaked!

Religious freedom made a loud return to mainstream media headlines this week after Fairfax media released a series of articles claiming to leak the contents of the long-awaited Ruddock report into religious freedom.

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Same-sex “marriage” causing major fractures in the Uniting Church, plus more…

In this week’s update: Protest in the air within Australia’s Uniting Church, the UK primary school indoctrinating six-year-old children, and the Romanian Parliament votes to define marriage as union of a man and a woman.

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Great news: Prayers will continue in the Senate!

In late July, the Australian Family Coalition shared that outgoing Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon was behind a push to abolish the 117-year-old tradition of prayers in the Senate.

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Over 3000 submissions for QLD’s unborn, and religious freedom back on the agenda

In this week’s update: over 3000 submissions lodged to Queensland’s abortion “reform” inquiry, and Prime Minister Scott Morrison flags the potential strengthening of religious freedom legislation.

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Lodge a submission to keep extreme abortion laws out of Queensland!

NOTE: This campaign is now CLOSED!

 

The Queensland Labor Government is proposing some of the most extreme abortion laws in the world.

Legislation was tabled in State Parliament last week, and now the matter has been referred to a parliamentary committee.

The committee is now calling for written submissions addressing the Bill from all interested parties. Submissions close next Wednesday, 5 September. That's only ONE WEEK away!

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