van Gend, David
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Ireland abandons its child

Ireland has written a social suicide note and we grieve for her. More than half the Irish have voted for homosexual marriage, seduced by celebrities to violate something they once held sacred: the life between mother, father and child. From today, the Irish Constitution assumes a mother does not matter to a baby, and a father is irrelevant to his son. That is madness.

Date posted: 2015-06-14

Who will apologise to the 'Motherless Generation'?

Last week the anniversary of an old injustice and the prospect of a new injustice came together and challenged us. March 21 was the second anniversary of the National Apology for Forced Adoption. In 2013 our then Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, spoke movingly to the nation about "the most primal and sacred bond there is: the bond between a mother and her baby".

Date posted: 2015-04-05

Cool heads are needed on the abortion-breast cancer link

Ostracism, scorn and denial are not good strategies for dealing with an important public health issue.

Date posted: 2014-08-30

Is the gay bullying plague in schools a myth?

The political justification for 'Safe Schools' programmes, or the associated 'Gay-Straight Alliances', is that there is a plague of gay-based bullying in our schools, and the only way to counter that is through celebrating homosexuality. That justification, however, is doubtful.

Date posted: 2014-08-10

"Above all liberties"

Free speech is at the heart of a self-governing society.

Date posted: 2014-04-07

Let the people decide on gay "marriage"

All Australians deserve a vote on whether children should have both a mother and a father. I have faith in the Australian people that, faced with a choice between the demands of two men to be called a marriage and the needs of a child to have, where possible, both a mum and a dad, they will vote on behalf of the child.

Date posted: 2013-11-04

Liberation - or deprivation?

Gays are not second-class citizens but a gay man certainly makes a second-class mother. Two lesbian women may be model citizens, but neither of them can be a Dad to a little boy. The most serious objection to gay marriage is that it means gay parenting, and gay parenting means depriving a child of either his mother or his father. The gay marriage debate, at its heart, is not about the rights and needs of the adults, but of the child.

Date posted: 2010-11-25