Australia is one of 30 countries where voting is compulsory, one of 10 countries where this is enforced through the government, and the only country where English is spoken as the primary language that has compulsory voting. Continue reading Why Australia should abolish compulsory voting.
Analysis of the proposal to change confession suggests that not only will it not help convict child sex offenders but instead will only serve to further undermine the religious rights of Christians in Australia. Continue reading Good intentions do not produce good outcomes – Why Catholic Priests should not have to break the Seal of the Confessional.
The increasing power of the European Union has indirectly generated greater support for New Right parties in Contemporary Europe. The New Right in contemporary Europe can be categorised as a collection of right wing populist movements that tend to be similar. They share common ideology including: anti-immigration, nationalist rhetoric and Euroscepticism. This essay will discuss the rise of the New Right in Europe by using … Continue reading How the expansion of the European Union has facilitated the rise of the New Right in Austria and the United Kingdom.
I’m calling it now, Theresa May will go down as one of the greatest Prime Ministers in British history. Continue reading How Theresa May can become one of the greatest Prime Ministers in British history.
Sydney University flaunts a double standard by protecting terrorist sympathiser turned academic Tim Anderson. Continue reading Sydney University Flaunts Double Standard on Free Speech
Nicknamed the ‘Start-Up Nation’, Israel in the 21st century is home to a plethora of high tech enterprises and within the Middle East is the most developed nation. How did a country that was at one stage the most socialist economy outside of the Soviet Bloc become a modern and dynamic economy? Simply put, free market economics and courage to reform a broken system. Roman … Continue reading The Miracle of Israel