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Aly’s self-wedge on figures of speech

By inadvertently calling for a ­national anti-blasphemy law, Labor’s Anne Aly has exposed the hollowness of her party’s opposition to constructive reform of section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act.

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In the Community

One Voice Jewish Culture Festival

“Oh, Hi” Deborah Conway, so good to see you at the One Voice Jewish Cultural Festival Sunday morning in Elsternwick!

Everyone was there, and especially Shalom Bear for a good hug!

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Submission

Parliamentary Submission

Submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights: Inquiry into freedom of speech in Australia

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Opinion

United front key is to Coalition success

In Billy Joel’s We Didn’t Start the Fire, he captured the challenge facing contemporary centre-right politics: “We didn’t light it, but we tried to fight it.” The Australian’s editor-at-large Paul Kelly correctly argued recently that the challenge to unite the centre-right against the incoherence of nationalist populism “is a values-based and ideological project”. Without such a project, Australia risks “progressive control of both the house and the Senate” after the next election, which will solidify left-progressive ideology in institutions and law and make it increasingly hard to unpick.

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Past Issues

AM Agenda with Kieran Gilbert

On AM Agenda this morning I spoke about housing affordability and Pauline Hanson’s cheap media tricks.

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The Bolt Report

On the Bolt Report I called out the left-progressive mood to shut down debate.

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Aly’s self-wedge on figures of speech

The Australian By inadvertently calling for a ­national anti-blasphemy law, Labor’s Anne Aly has exposed the hollowness of her party’s opposition to constructive reform of section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act. The member for […]

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