People of faith are free,so what is Scott Morrison afraid of?
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People of faith are free,so what is Scott Morrison afraid of?

I have expressed my religion’s teachings to others in private and public. How much more freedom do I need that would cause a government to tear itself apart?

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Needless bill is an unholy mess of ifs,buts,maybes
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Needless bill is an unholy mess of ifs,buts,maybes

What a can of worms has been opened by the proposal legislation concerning discrimination in the workplace.

Lambie’s eloquent rebuttal exposes ‘freedom’ furphies
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Lambie’s eloquent rebuttal exposes ‘freedom’ furphies

Tasmanian senator Jacqui Lambie’s speech about alleged vaccine ‘discrimination’ brilliantly and powerfully exposed the hypocrisy of One Nation’s position.

Feeble censure of extreme protesters echoes Trump
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Feeble censure of extreme protesters echoes Trump

Sean Kelly has illuminated the fundamental flaw in the character of the Prime Minister.

Unjabbed take away right of others to live virus-free
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Unjabbed take away right of others to live virus-free

COVID-19,or any other virus or bacterium,doesn’t give a jot whether one votes Liberal,Labor,Greens or callithumpian.

Don’t make our war veterans beg for help
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Don’t make our war veterans beg for help

Scandalously,many members of our defence forces returning home from war find themselves in another battle,this time with the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Prime Minister needs to condemn extremism
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Prime Minister needs to condemn extremism

The PM can in one breath briefly state how violent demonstrations are not part of our political process and then in the next,add that he sympathises with the sentiments behind them.

How Herald letter writers continue to surprise,enrich,inform and enthral
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How Herald letter writers continue to surprise,enrich,inform and enthral

Herald letter writers are a community who clearly enjoy each other’s company - in print and online. This week,they have provided us with an insight into what keeps them writing.

Voluntary death can often trump an intolerable end to life
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Voluntary death can often trump an intolerable end to life

Ed Raftery identifies “the ever-sharpening perception of death” as a person ages. While I am not yet an “Ancient” in his terms,I have come to recognise this phenomenon for myself.

Peaceful talk cans Liberal dreams of ‘khaki’ election
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Peaceful talk cans Liberal dreams of ‘khaki’ election

Poor Peter Dutton. The day after he rattles his sabre towards China,we hear Joe Biden and Xi Jinping are in talks to calm tensions between the two superpowers.

Fighting China over Taiwan would be a bad idea,like Vietnam
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Fighting China over Taiwan would be a bad idea,like Vietnam

Defence Minister Peter Dutton has all but unilaterally committed Australia to join a US-lead war against China if Taiwan is attacked. Where is the public or parliamentary debate?