Today Honi Soit has accomplished the previously thought impossible feat of destroying the modicum of journalistic integrity they had. We sincerely apologise for previously suggesting that they had hit rock bottom, we were so so wrong. We at the Conservative Club believe strongly in the freedom of speech and expression, regardless of how morally repugnant your position is. But don’t just listen to us, listen … Continue reading Letter of reply to Honi Soit
I have always known that Sydney University, like most of Australia’s tertiary institutions, has a tendency to favour the left side of politics. Being a right leaning student in the Media department I am quite accustomed to being exposed to bias and left-wing dogma on a weekly basis. If I am honest, I thrive on the constant debate I am forced to conduct, and believe … Continue reading Sydney University wants us to ‘Unlearn’ truth
It would appear as though we have returned to an age of religious zeal, fuelled by the pathological doctrine of political correctness. What started with the tearing down of statues of Confederate soldiers in the United States has, like any malady, begun to spread internationally. Just a couple of days ago, an article published in The Guardian, called for the toppling of Nelson’s Column of … Continue reading In Defence of History
A closer examination into Catholic Church practice and doctrine will show that there are already powerful incentives, surrounding the withholding of grace and forgiveness, acting on the reporting culture – something which makes me feel more at ease expressing my position above. Continue reading Forgive Me Father, For I Have [CENSORED]
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.