Grant Vandersee

Grant Vandersee is a former secondary teacher who is now horrified at what is being taught and promoted in schools. A husband and father, political engagement runs in his family with three generations serving in local government. He's been personally involved in party politics for 20 years and is a member of the Liberal National Party. Grant is a staunch advocate for life, family, free speech, individual freedom and religious liberty.
Donald Trump, and the biggest conspiracy of them all

Donald Trump, and the biggest conspiracy of them all

The Donald Trump Presidency was an experiment to see if the Deep State Establishment could tolerate an outsider challenging their vice like grip on power and control. As expected, they can’t. Trump was never meant to win in 2016.  It had been ordained that Hillary...

The Left’s vendetta against diversity

The Left’s vendetta against diversity

“I look to a day when people will not be judged by the colour of their skin, but by the content of their character.” - Martin Luther King Jr The political Left like to shout about diversity.  But do they actually mean it? Or are they talking about some...

It’s not “normal” to live in fear.

It’s not “normal” to live in fear.

Over the last few years, the underlying message being pushed at us by the media, various celebrities, politicians and activists is “Be afraid.” The world is ending. Climate change will kill us all in the next twelve years, or ten years, or 6 years.  Rising sea levels...

We’re not… er, ARE… gonna live in fear

We’re not… er, ARE… gonna live in fear

It was the anthem of a generation, indeed a nation.  Heading into the summer of ‘86, the song launched the next phase of John Farnham’s long and stellar career, introducing a new audience to his talent. It has endured through the years, with crowds uniting to belt out...

Let Sport be Sport, and Court be Court

Let Sport be Sport, and Court be Court

They’re still at it. Scottish tennis player Andy Murray is the latest to complain about Margaret Court, saying she should not be acknowledged or remembered, because “I don’t think her values are what tennis stands for”. In his defence of same-sex marriage, Murray has...

Dear fellow Christians, it’s time to be political

Dear fellow Christians, it’s time to be political

My heart is heavy, and my soul is troubled. These are uneasy and uncertain times, and not just because of the impact of coronavirus. We are seeing our society lurch further and faster towards radical positions at odds with a Christian, Biblical worldview. Increased...

What’s in a name?

What’s in a name?

What’s in a name? that which we call a rose     By any other name would smell as sweet;         ― William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, Act II Scene IIA name is important.  Often, the first exposure we have to a business, organisation, movement is its name. ...

Diversity. As long as you’re all the same.

Diversity. As long as you’re all the same.

Diversity. It’s all everybody is talking about. Diversity officers, diversity policies, diversity and inclusion training, diversity on a Presidential ticket. The ABC reportedly now has a diversity “content tracker” to make sure their hosts, panellists, guests...

Human rights aren’t for humans

Human rights aren’t for humans

IN 1948 the UN proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights – thirty articles detailing what it deemed were fundamental human rights that should be universally accepted and protected. The order of these thirty articles is deliberate and significant. The first...

Forgive and forget? Not any more!

Forgive and forget? Not any more!

“Forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sin against us.” – Matthew 6:12 Christianity offers us two complementary, and necessary, statements – we are fallen sinful creatures deserving of death; and we are offered forgiveness and restoration through the death and...

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