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Mixed Messages from Bill Shorten regarding Gay Marriage Plebscite

Bill Shorten flips on gay marriage plebiscite The Australian – 29 June 2016 Dennis Shanahan (Political Editor, Canberra) Bill Shorten told religious leaders and Christian voters in the final days of the 2013 election campaign that he was “completely relaxed about having some form of plebiscite” on same-sex marriage. In video footage ­obtained by The Australian, the ­Opposition Leader outlined ... Read More »

Does screen love scramble our brains?

The Australian – 25 May 2016 John Ross – Higher Education reporter, Sydney Internet addiction has been linked with lower grey matter volume in the right frontal pole, which has a potential impact on decision-making and willpower. Internet addiction has been linked with lower grey matter volume in the right frontal pole, which has a potential impact on decision-making and ... Read More »

Children sexualised in school diversity programs

The Australian – April 15, 2016 The sexualisation of children is not a method of domestic violence prevention. At worst it is an insidious form of abuse, often used by pedophiles to groom their victims. Yet Daniel Andrews’s government has funded another program in schools that encourages adults to sexualise children and expose them to sexually explicit materials. Such behaviour ... Read More »

The Australian Newspaper: Islamist ideology poses a threat to other faiths

THE AUSTRALIAN – MARCH 29, 2016 The Pope celebrated Easter by washing the feet of Muslims and praying for peace. Islamist militants celebrated Easter by slaughtering Christians. Jihadist groups state openly their mission is to destroy Christianity, but Barack Obama refuses to acknowledge that Islamism is a political ideology rooted in violent theology. Western counter-terrorism strategy commonly reflects Obama’s false ... Read More »

SYRIA SPECIAL: AN ALTERNATE VIEW

Dearly beloved readers and subscribers of Mode of Life, as time progresses and the weight given by Western leaders calling upon regime change, we often forget or are not informed of the problems of what is truly ocurring on the ground in Syria. Speaking as one who has lived and studied there, and knowing the difficulty of everyday life in peacetime, ... Read More »