“Progressive” politics did not win in Victoria, the Liberals did not fight

"Progressive" politics wins when the Liberals don't fight.

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One year on, the consequences of redefining marriage are playing out

They said there would be no consequences. That was a lie.

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With Islamist-dominated Britain unsafe for Bibi, Morrison should bring her here

We must not let Islamic extremists win.

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Building Parliamentary Capacity - my speech to the World Congress of Families, Moldova

The pro-family movement should take a leaf out of the Green-Left playbook and step up its parliamentary representation. My speech at the World Congress of Families in Chisinau, Moldova.

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Liberal dysfunction: Conservative Senators needed more than ever

Canberra's merry-go-round of Prime Ministers continued today. Until the real issues are dealt with, the dysfunction will continue. This is where the Conservative Party can provide hope.

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Trad must explain what is “unbelievable” about her abortion-to-birth laws

Queensland's Deputy Premier, Jackie Trad, has accused me of saying "unbelievable stuff" about her abortion-to-birth bill. She should explain what she means by this.

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Why social conservatives can no longer rely on the Nats

Once the Nats would go to the barricades for social conservatives. Not anymore.

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To NEG or not to NEG? Will a leader please stand up?

Some thoughts on the Australian crisis.

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Why we must stand up to the bullies

Our universities have lost the will to uphold freedom of scientific inquiry. John Farnham must be wondering “what about the age of reason?”

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Is Barry O’Sullivan the last of a dying breed of Queensland Nationals Senators?

As the Coalition capitulated on climate today, the last of a long-line of plain-speaking Queensland Nats swam up-stream. Possibly for the last time.

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