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by John Black · 24/06/2019 8pm
Death and taxes, they say, are the two unavoidable facts of existence. But taxes can be avoided if you sleep in Albert Park and play the bongo drums for spare change outside McDonald's. Death, on the other hand, comes for us all.
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by Owen LLewellyn · 09/04/2019 2pm
Today, on the steps of Parliament several hundred protestors gathered to voice their opposition to the proposed End of Life Choice Bill, the day the Justice Select Committee is due to report on the bill.
by Kennedy Baker · 01/08/2018 8am
The reasoning behind a Bill that will give people the right to "volunteer" for euthanasia or assisted-suicide states that "the motivation behind this Bill is 'compassion'"; a method by which we - as a society - can protect the ‘vulnerable’ from suffering, and forge an autonomy for our ill that they may not have.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 13/12/2017 12pm
While David Seymour continued his pushed for euthanasia over the last year, I've been reading John Locke's Two Treatises on Government. I had never read the original source of this philosophy from the Father of Liberalism himself. While reading the works of John Locke, I realised that most professed classical liberals probably haven't either.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 12/09/2017 9pm
Tim Wilms from The Unshackled is in New Zealand to observe our election first-hand, and his report on the Labour Party is spot on. Jacinda has focused on two issues: more taxes and abortion on demand. Post-birth abortion for the elderly is also on the table. Issues regarding the economy, tax and ...
Euthanasia opposition stronger than thought
by Owen LLewellyn · 09/05/2017 9pm
Care Alliance this week published a media release confirming the results of their analysis of submissions to the Health Select Committee regarding euthanasia legislation. Pro-euthanasia advocates had questioned the quality of the anti-euthanasia submissions. Perhaps surprised at the fact that they ...