Gabriël A Moens AM and Augusto Zimmermann

Is Assange’s predicament a reason for conservatives to disagree?

4 June 2024 6:11 pm

On May 31, 2024, Alexandra Marshall, in her informative email message to subscribers of The Spectator Australia, noted that: ‘Assange…

Australia’s global advocacy for the suppression of free speech

29 April 2024 3:00 am

The Australian government has recently announced its plan to rejuvenate its contentious ‘misinformation and disinformation’ legislation, which had been shelved…

Neutrality as a weapon to destroy religious freedom

15 April 2024 3:00 am

The recently released report of the Law Reform Commission, entitled Maximising the Realisation of Human Rights: Religious Educational Institutions and Anti-Discrimination…

Julian Assange’s predicament: protecting freedom of the press

23 February 2024 2:46 pm

The High Court of England is presently considering whether Julian Assange can be granted leave to appeal against an extradition…

Climate change and famine: two sides of Agenda 2030

15 February 2024 4:04 am

Adopted by a United Nations General Assembly Resolution on 25 September 2015, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is composed…

Delenda est Australia

3 February 2024 2:04 am

Cato the Elder’s rhetorical phrase comes to mind when reflecting on the present sorry state of Australia. The left’s propaganda…

The enduring relevance of natural law

7 December 2023 1:18 am

It is impossible to understate the malaise that has engulfed Australia in 2023. Indeed, it has been a tumultuous year…

Labor’s misinformation bill: an egregious attack on free speech

30 September 2023 5:46 am

The management of Covid by the Australian authorities has shown that the emergence of tyranny, with its suppression of free…

The shocking refusal of medical treatment to the unvaccinated

6 May 2023 5:20 am

Vicki Derderian desperately needs a lifesaving heart. She suffered from heart failure in 2020 before doctors inserted a ventricular assist…

Does the Uluru Statement from the Heart violate the Constitution?

24 April 2023 5:00 am

Former Prime Minister Scott Morrison was the first Australian leader to propose the addition of the ‘First Nations Voice’ to…

The price of not being ‘Liberal enough’

31 May 2022 8:00 am

The outcome of the federal election certainly did not come as a surprise. The Coalition consistently lagged behind in the…

Safety and efficacy

19 May 2022 2:00 pm

Since the beginning of 2021, the official narrative with regards to the Covid vaccines has maintained that the vaccines are…

Australia’s vaccine mandates: a violation of international law?

24 September 2021 4:00 am

The Covid-19 Directions adopted by Australia’s governments have the effect of violating the rule of law when they excessively interfere…

Mandatory jabs and bans on the unvaccinated? Try getting that past the High Court

11 August 2021 4:00 am

In a provocative article published last weekend, Joe Hildebrand argued that “We are fast approaching a point where anyone who…