The common-law prohibition of blasphemy is an anachronism, dormant since the nineteenth century but still on the books as a threat.
Any organisation committed to genuine grassroots empowerment and mobilisation would not waste its time lobbying delegates at a UN conference given that the UN was captured by elite interests a long time ago.
A country that respects the rights of women should not be satisfied with abortion remaining a crime.
The Federal Government's case against state and territory same-sex marriage laws is bizarre and homophobic.
The sacrosanct principle of presumption of innocence is an effective means of guaranteeing legal immunity to sex offenders.
Everyone would save if our legal system was run along inquisitorial lines, like our inquests, Royal Commissions and standing commissions on corruption.
The new government has policies on online safety, but are they workable and effective?
Jews in Australia, as elsewhere around the world, worship, study, and work, under the protection of high fences, armed guards, and other security apparatus.
Pro-choice surely has to mean you have a right to not choose, and try to persuade others likewise.
Essentially, if you have the means and the requisite visa (usually a tourist or student visa) to arrive by plane and then apply for asylum, you will be treated with dignity.
Research in 2011 found the key barriers preventing seniors from using the internet were a lack of skills, confusion by technology, and concerns about security and viruses.
So if there's no justice, but only a question of raw power, what's the difference (apart from size) between a government and a criminal gang?