religious freedom
Baking for Beelzebub

Baking for Beelzebub

You’ve probably heard that the Religious Discrimination Bill is needed to protect Christians. If so, you need to read this article. All of it. Because at some point in this current parliament we will get a Religious Discrimination Bill. And it won’t be pretty for...

Macquarie Street, with Lyle Shelton, Ep 51

Macquarie Street, with Lyle Shelton, Ep 51

Religious freedoms lost plus James Macpherson and "Notes from Woketopia". You can enjoy more Good Sauce articles and shows by subscribing to the Good Sauce podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon and more. Please take a minute to help us reach more people by giving...

Religious freedom bill misses heart of the problem

Religious freedom bill misses heart of the problem

De-fanging our broken anti-discrimination laws is the answer to freedom of religion and freedom of speech in Australia, not putting lipstick on a pig. The big lie of the Yes campaign for same-sex marriage was that no one else’s freedoms would be messed with. It’s...

The Lyle Shelton Show, Ep. 38

The Lyle Shelton Show, Ep. 38

Subscribe to The Good Sauce podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, SoundCloud or Player FM.You can help others find it by giving us a 5 star rating and review on Apple Podcasts. The Good Sauce is amplifying leading conservative voices from Australia and New...

Is religious freedom coming out of lockdown?

Is religious freedom coming out of lockdown?

A fundamental human right is back in the spotlight. The Morrison Government’s Covid pause on progressing freedom of religion appears over with reports the Attorney General Michaelia Cash has begun meeting with stakeholders. This is good news for Christians who have...

Canada Begins Christian Persecution

Canada Begins Christian Persecution

Christians have long been subject to persecution to varying degrees in countries all over the world. Of course, when we think of the worst, our minds go straight to China, who have in recent times told Christians in their nation to take down their crucifixes and...

Will this be the next national apology?

Will this be the next national apology?

Where will these well-meaning "conversion therapy" bills take us? In 1869, a “well meaning” Victorian government passed the Aborigines Protection Act under which Aboriginal children could be taken from their families for the first time. In 2007, Bruce Trevorrow was...

Ten Problems with Victoria’s Conversion Therapy Bill

Ten Problems with Victoria’s Conversion Therapy Bill

While Christian Porter has delayed the introduction of the Religious Freedom Bill until 2021 due to COVID-19, the Attorney-General Jill Hennessy has sought to make hay while the sun shines. Hennessy has introduced the Change or Suppression (Conversion) Practices...

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...

Pellowe Talk LIVE | #21

Pellowe Talk LIVE | #21

Subscribe to The Good Sauce podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, SoundCloud or Player FM. You can help others find it by giving us a 5 star rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Panelists include Sen Pauline Hanson, George Christensen MP, Joel Jammal, Barclay McGain...

Too blind to see the irony

Too blind to see the irony

It is the view of Raelene Castle that excluding Israel Folau (best player on the losing rugby team) for his religious views was good for inclusivity, and he shouldn’t put his views before the team, which is still losing.