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COVER STORY Same-sex marriage and the SOGI ideological agenda

FAMILY AND SOCIETY Canada: basic freedoms lost since same-sex marriage came to town

CANBERRA OBSERVED Abbott, Shorten fixin' for some feudin' next year

OBITUARY RIP Frank Scully, last survivor of the Labor Split

EDITORIAL Colleagues digging holes Tony Abbott has to fill in

EDUCATION There must be a better plan than Naplan

HISTORY OF INDONESIA Sukarno makes way for Suharto's "New Order"

HISTORY Fateful indecision: the tragedy of Rabaul

FAMILY LIFE A father's presence in the home: part I

SCOTUS: JUDICIAL ACTIVISM On the having of the cake and the eating of it too

LIFE ISSUES When an abomination becomes good business

CINEMA Spy sequel vies with a spy history repeat Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation and The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

BOOK REVIEW An important biography of B.A.

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COVER STORY Same-sex marriage and the SOGI ideological agenda
The experience of Canada and the U.S. raises serious questions about attempts in Australia to legalise same-sex marriage and to expand anti-discrimination law.
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FAMILY AND SOCIETY Canada: basic freedoms lost since same-sex marriage came to town
Canadians have faced disciplinary action, termination of employment or prosecution by government tribunals since same-sex marriage was legalised in 2005 and protected attribute status was granted to sexual orientation and gender identity in anti-discrimination laws.1,2
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Abbott, Shorten fixin' for some feudin' next year
This time next year Australia will be in the midst of an election campaign with a straightforward choice – whether to give a first-term Abbott Government another term or to go back to an unreformed Labor Party the electorate threw out comprehensively at the last election.
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OBITUARY RIP Frank Scully, last survivor of the Labor Split
Frank Scully, the last surviving MP from the Labor “Split” in the 1950s, died peacefully in Melbourne on August 12, having been a part of the most tumultuous events in the history of Victoria. He is survived by his devoted wife Moira, two children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
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EDITORIAL Colleagues digging holes Tony Abbott has to fill in
It began with revelations of former speaker Bronwyn Bishop’s $6,000 helicopter trip to attend a Liberal fundraiser. It continued with deep divisions over the “same-sex marriage” issue.
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EDUCATION There must be a better plan than Naplan
There is much to learn from the 2015 Naplan results. Victoria is the top-performing state, ranked No.1 in nine of the 20 subject areas tested. NSW, on the other hand, only achieves four firsts, with the other states ranked below.
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HISTORY OF INDONESIA Sukarno makes way for Suharto's "New Order"
Some time ago, shortly after the death of former ALP prime minister Gough Whitlam, I saw a young man with a tee shirt emblazoned with “What would Gough do?”
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HISTORY Fateful indecision: the tragedy of Rabaul
Despite a Labor-manufactured myth of its “greatness” the ALP government of Australia during World War II has some very dark patches on its record.
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FAMILY LIFE A father's presence in the home: part I
In the face of woeful marriage statistics, appalling portrayals of marriage in the arts and entertainment, and mounting negative political and legal pressures, defenders of marriage find themselves falling back, fighting simply to salvage the freedom to articulate, yea even to live, basic aspects of traditional marriage. It might seem that this is a time to restrict our focus to the most fundamental issues: one man, one woman; permanent commitment; openness to life.
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SCOTUS: JUDICIAL ACTIVISM On the having of the cake and the eating of it too
This article is an abridgement of a paper Dr Augusto Zimmermann presented at the National Marriage Day – Witness to Marriage,  at the Victory Life Centre, in Perth on August 1, 2015.
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LIFE ISSUES When an abomination becomes good business
A recent undercover operation by an anti-abortion group has cast light on some of the gruesome details behind abortion clinics’ cooperation with biotech companies in the supply of aborted foetal remains for research purposes.
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CINEMA Spy sequel vies with a spy history repeat Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation and The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation opens with quite a daring and impressive set-piece, involving a plane, nerve gas, a door that won’t open, an international hacking job and Impossible Missions Force (IMF) agent Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) literally hanging on for dear life. While not as elaborate as the one that opens The Dark Knight Rises, it’s in the same league.
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BOOK REVIEW An important biography of B.A.
Gerard contacted me a short time after Bob Santamaria died, asking if I would make available the NCC’s records for the biography. I responded that I thought it was too early for that. I did not hear from him again.
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