The Abortion of Roe v. Wade

Over the past month, Judge Amy Coney Barrett has persisted through the extensive process that is required to become a Supreme Court Justice. First, a nomination from President Trump, much to the delight of Conservatives, and to the displeasure of Liberals. Judge Barrett, entering the Senate Judiciary as an austere scholar and judge, had the qualifications and capabilities anyone could wish for in a Supreme … Continue reading The Abortion of Roe v. Wade

Faith, Hope, and Love

In the world in which we live we are subject to the relentlessness of evils. Certain groups are trying to destroy and rewrite history to suit their agendas. Others are manipulating fear for power. Some are attempting to bring society to its knees through the imposition of certain social constructs to create a socio-political system that they believe is superior, but which has been tried … Continue reading Faith, Hope, and Love

Digital War Declared

Today, Facebook and Twitter crossed a line. It has long been known that they have been engaging in censorship of views they do not like, typically those of Conservatives. But today, they went one step further. Today, they engaged in election interference, confirming something that Conservatives have known for many years: these are not platforms, they are publishers. An article was published in the New … Continue reading Digital War Declared

Lightning Strikes Twice

The dominoes are falling in Victoria. The truth is beginning to escape the confines of the Hotel Quarantine Inquiry. After Peta Credlin’s appearance at last Friday’s press conference, Premier Daniel Andrews and a number of other senior staff were asked to provide their phone records by the Board of Inquiry. An astonishing development, given it came within two days of Credlin’s new line of questioning. … Continue reading Lightning Strikes Twice