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We have to be allowed to discuss this without fear

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Palm Sunday and why all religions are not the same

The slaughter of dozens of Christians attending Palm Sunday services in Egypt is shocking.

News pictures of splintered pews and blood soaked carpet are so out of place with our conception of church as a sanctuary of peace, love and worship.

 
 

Revealed: Vic Govt has no data to back claims “Safe Schools” is about bullying

Revelations that the Victorian Government has no data about alleged homophobic bullying in schools confirms what ‘Safe Schools’ founder Roz Ward has always said: the program is about LGBTIQ ideology, not anti-bullying.

Over-the-phone abortion advice anything but ‘safe and effective’

Claims that over-the-phone abortion services are ‘safe and effective’ by abortion advocate, Tabbot Foundation, glosses over women’s negative experiences of the abortion drug RU486.

Why Canberra sporting clubs will be fined for not allowing men identifying as women to share change facilities with Your daughter

Most Canberra parents would not be comfortable with men identifying as women to share sporting change rooms with their daughters yet the ACT Government will impose fines on clubs who do not comply.

Continued focus on LGBT causes alienates many in the community

The priorities of the Andrews Government have been questioned as it announces more funds for LGBT activist programs at a time when crime rates across Victoria have increased.

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Are laws being used to silence respectful debate?

Lyle Shelton interviews South Australian Senator David Fawcett on the free speech debate currently playing out in Federal Parliament.

Men need to be held accountable when they coerce women

The ACL has called on the National Rugby League to overturn its decision to clear Panthers star Bryce Cartwright of fault.

It’s been a great start to 2017, but there’s more to do

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Reflections on a good first quarter

It’s hard to believe it is April already. At the end of each quarter, I like to reflect on what God has done.

Three months down in 2017 and we are in a good position, thanks to your prayers and support.

 
 

How same-sex activists are targeting people’s jobs and livelihood

Bullying in the workplace was the subject of discussion on the ABC’s The Drum hosted by John Barron.

What Australia can do to bring ISIS’ Christian killers to justice

The ACL has renewed calls for the Federal Government to prioritise a parliamentary vote to recognise ISIS’ genocide of Christians and other religious minorities.

Minister, our military should be above politics

What sort of message does it send when our armed forces march in political rallies?

'Thought cleansing' in Australia

Andrew Bolt interviews the Lachlan Macquarie Institute's Dr Stephen Chavura on the latest LGBT activist accusations

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Wendy Francis talks on abortion and cleaning up outdoor advertising

ACL spokesperson for women and children, Wendy Francis, discusses the upcoming Australian Summit Against Sexual Exploitation, which will address cleaning up outdoor advertising among other issues.

Law reform committee urged to reject injecting gallery proposal

The claim that an injecting room in Victoria will save the lives of overdosing heroin users does not appear to be backed by sound evidence.

This is not a time to be missing in action

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Preserving marriage is the great task of our generation

“Christians under attack”. That was the headline on the front page of today’s The Australian newspaper. I don’t want to sound alarmist but we have to ask what is going on in our nation.

After last week’s attack by intolerant same-sex marriage activists on Coopers Beer and the Bible Society (for being tolerant), a senior executive at IBM Australia has this week been harassed by the same homosexual twitter activists.

 
 

Why is harassment okay for some but not others?

The insertion of the word ‘harassment’ as a prohibition in 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act is welcome but won’t stop same-sex marriage activists from harassing anyone who does not share their views.

Abortion services are not the solution to poverty and stability in our region

In times past, Australia was always a generous country and proof of this has played out time and time again.  When someone was facing hard times, we want to help. 

Minister, our military should be above politics

What sort of message does it send when our armed forces march in political rallies?

For over a century, Australia’s armed forces have been above politics.

 

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ACL gives input into the human trafficking inquiry

There are strong ties between organised crime, human trafficking and prostitution, a NSW inquiry has been told.

Stopping sexual exploitation in Australia, the next step

The ACL has called on state governments to join the list of progressive jurisdictions in stopping the exploitation of women by criminalising those that pay for sex.

Why do business leaders expect the PM to compromise his integrity?

The ACL welcomes Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s re-commitment to his election promise of holding a people's vote on redefining marriage.

Logan is a superhero movie but it’s not for kids

An urgent request for the MA15+ rating assigned to the latest X-Men blockbuster, LOGAN, to be reviewed has been lodged with the Classification Review Board.

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The message from activists is clear: if you don’t support the campaign to change the Marriage Act then you have no place in Australian society.

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Australians are beginning to see that freedom is under fire

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.

“Safety fears at Christian Charities”

Today the paper reports that IBM managing partner, Mark Allaby has been forced to step down from the board of the Lachlan Macquarie Institute after LGBTI activists called for his resignation.

 
 

Why is state-sanctioned suicide being promoted by the WA goverment?

The ACL has warned against moves by new WA Health Minister Roger Cook to advocate for state-sanctioned assisted suicide.

Elder abuse inquiry reviews protection framework for elderly

Growing up, how many times did you hear the chestnut of parental wisdom – ‘respect your elders’?

Evidently too few of us heard it enough, perhaps some not at all.

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Labor’s 18C plan empowers activists to harass

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.

Showing a picture of a dead foetus has become a crime

Showing a picture of a dead foetus in public is now a crime following a ruling in the Supreme Court of Victoria on Tuesday which will strengthen the hand of the abortion industry lobby across Australia.

What your children are not being told at their local ‘Safe School’

Part 2 of Lyle Shelton’s interview with University of Western Sydney Professor Dr. John Whitehall examines claims that sex change surgery makes people happier. 

Students caught in the middle of LGBT activism

The Victorian Government encouraging teens to choose whether they are male, female or a 'gender X' on enrolment forms is a capitulation to the rainbow lobby.

Is transgender ideology compatible with duty of care?

MARK MAKOWIECKI

News recently emerged that one of Sydney's most exclusive boys schools, Cranbrook, was facilitating the 'transition' of a student from a boy to a 'girl'.

What's wrong with Australia's classification system?

WENDY FRANCIS

There’s a current billboard campaign in Australia that our classifiers should take to heart. It simply says “UNSEE THIS!”. It’s clever marketing. And it should also serve as a serious warning.

Minister, our military should be above politics

What sort of message does it send when our armed forces march in political rallies?

For over a century, Australia’s armed forces have been above politics.

Neutrality in the marriage debate is not enough, as the Bible Society found out…

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Storm in a beer cup: intolerance revealed as Bible Society tries to “keep it light”

The Bible Society’s “keeping it light” video didn’t even offer an opinion on whether or not marriage should be redefined in law.

It featured two Liberal Party MPs, Tim Wilson and Andrew Hastie, having a civil conversation over a Cooper’s Premium Light beer at Parliament House, Canberra.

 
 

Minister, our military should be above politics

What sort of message does it send when our armed forces march in political rallies?

For over a century, Australia’s armed forces have been above politics.

 

International Women’s Day reminds us to value women

Last week, Australia joined the world in celebrating International Women’s Day with the 2017 theme “Be Bold For Change”. 

What they're not telling you at your child's "safe school"

It’s widely claimed that the drugs given to children with gender dysphoria have no negative effects.

However, Doctor John Whitehall says the science tells a different story.

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