A high school in Queensland has introduced pronoun badges in an effort to prevent the misgendering of teachers and students.
Polling prior to the March 13 Election in WA suggests that the incumbent Labor government will retain government, largely due to the single-beat media drumming for months on COVID-19 and overlooking other fundamental freedom issues.
At this point, perhaps the best course of action would be to remind the government that the church does not need the state’s permission to do that which the Lord has commanded.
This week marks the death of one of the worst screw-ups in Australian political history.
Documentary filmmaker, Lauren Southern is taking legal action against NSW Greens Senator Mehreen Faruqi for deliberately connecting her to the inspiration behind the 2019 Christchurch mosque shooting.
Victoria Police have arrested and charged the Melbourne Pastor who made headlines last week for conducting a church service in defiance of state restrictions.
Facebook has banned not only Australians from sharing or viewing local and international news, but also international users from sharing or viewing Australian news content.
Avi Yemini of Rebel News has been ejected from a press conference with Daniel Andrews because the Premier’s personal assistant did not know ‘what questions will be asked.’
Australian politician, Craig Kelly’s Facebook page has been suspended over five quotes he’d posted in February.
Do you remember how before the redefinition of marriage people were saying that nothing would change, as well as how any mention of a ‘slippery slope’ was fear-mongering?
It’s time for Christians everywhere to grow a backbone and stop being “evan-gelly-fish”.
For the progressive left, it is always day zero.
Really, Karl… you’re going to lecture a rugby league player on not hurting other people’s feelings?
Those found to have engaged in forbidden practices, such as counselling and offering prayer, could face up to 10 years in prison or up-to $10,000 in fines.
EIGHTEEN days behind bars for refusing to wear a mask.
It’s been described as the “most dangerous and draconian Bill” the country has ever seen.
An ABC reporter covering the Hobart “Invasion Day” protest on Tuesday has been slammed during a live broadcast for speaking over the rally’s minute’s silence.
Rebel News’ Australian reporter Avi Yemini has been arrested for an alleged breach of the peace while reporting at an Invasion Day rally in Melbourne.
Bigotry in the name of anti-bigotry is still bigotry, just with rank hypocrisy thrown into the mix.