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Reactions to Perrottet: some critics are more equal than others

The anti-Catholic criticisms and personal attacks on Dominic Perrottet before and after being appointed the NSW Premier reveal how dangerous and virulent secular critics...

Kevin Donnelly: Orwell chest feeding and intolerance

We need to heed the warnings of 1984  George Orwell, the author of 1984, argues one of the most effective ways totalitarian regimes maintain power...

Kevin Donnelly: Woke gender fascism

George Orwell, the author of 1984, argues one of the most effective ways that totalitarian regimes maintain power is by controlling language. Orwell writes...

Dr Kevin Donnelly: A fatal confusion of ideas

What does it mean to be a conservative? Such are the tumultuous times we now live in where Western societies across the globe, including...

Dr Kevin Donnelly: UK consciously drops the unconscious bias

In an address delivered just before Christmas, the UK’s International Trade Secretary Liz Truss delivered a speech guaranteed to regain the lost confidence of...

Kevin Donnelly: British Schools ditch Poetry – Tragic Mistake!

The situation in Australia is equally as bad where poetry has virtually disappeared from the English classroom

Kevin Donnelly: Political Correctness and the distortion of language

Such is the insidious evil of distorting language and imposing group think

PC’s bitter aftertaste – public life is going off the rails

Oppose same-sex marriage and you are condemned as homophobic and heteronormative. Argue that gender and sexuality are biologically determined and a man can never be a woman and you are transphobic.

Monica Doumit: Animal Farm takes shape in Victoria

A highly questionable legal process brought down a good doctor Cardinal George Pell’s complete vindication by a unanimous decision of the High Court of Australia...

The dark side of political correctness

"The PC movement is mad and dangerous," says popular author and Australian Catholic University Fellow Kevin Donnelly. "Instead of being able to discuss issues in...
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