Monthly Archives: March 2017

Compulsory evil and the new totalitarianism

The Cardinal Van Thuan Observatory posted the following warning. The warning applies not just to Catholics but to all who see the same transgressions of the natural law. COMPULSORY EVIL. NEW TOTALITARIANISM AND DISTRACTED CATHOLICS The entry into force of … Continue reading

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The irreplaceable Bill Leak – hounded to death

Bill Leak was one of my three super political breakouts for 2016. With Bill there were Peta Credlin and Mark Latham. Who knows why – what force intervened – but this trio individually managed in a gigantic leap to outdo … Continue reading

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Fattening the Marxist maggot

It might seem strange for a conservative website to advertise a series of lectures marking the centenary of The Russian Revolution. ┬áThe reason is simple. Marxism and Marxists never went away. They just changed their tactics and their target. Many … Continue reading

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Labor MP Kate Ellis gives in to a mother’s natural feeling

Labor Shadow Minister for Early Education, Kate Ellis, has announced her decision to leave parliament at the next election. The Australian reported her reasons: ‘In a letter sent to constituents today, Ms Ellis said one of the principal reasons for … Continue reading

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Thomistic Natural Law and its influence on Edmund Burke

The Edmund Burke Society’s second seminar on the Natural Law took place at the RACV Club Melbourne on Tuesday 7 March. The focus was on St Thomas Aquinas’s writings on law in his Summa Theologica. The seminar was again most … Continue reading

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