The straight-talking senator teaching unis a thing or two
June 15, 2019
Every time a conservative woman of promise emerges from the blancmange of politics, some hope for the next Margaret Thatcher. ...
Jackie Trad’s ‘levy’ move is clearly a GST saving measure
June 11, 2019
When is a levy not a tax? Last week, Queensland Treasurer Jackie Trad announced a new “voluntary” levy on the mining sector,...
Human Rights Bill
May 16, 2019
As state parliament returns this week, one of the first major questions facing MPs is whether Queensland should adopt a...
Catholic Leader Euthanasia
May 15, 2019
I hear from many people in our community who, during times of severe pain, when it seemed like it would...
Inquiry into aged care, end-of-life and palliative care and voluntary assisted dying.
April 15, 2019
I write to make a submission against the implementation of laws in Queensland to facilitate euthanasia.
Labor Casual Loading Regulations Disallowance Motion op-ed
March 15, 2019
There is little more amusing in politics than the idea Labor is a friend of small business. Imagine you were...
A major party to protect our religious freedom
March 01, 2019
We are at a crucial point in history when it comes to the place of religion in Australia.
Taking back Control: Restoring Universalism in the Age of Identity Politics
February 28, 2019
2019 has been already been a bad year for some our hitherto most trusted institutions. However, the Hayne Royal Commission...