Heated debate and stable democracy go hand in hand, even with same-sex marriage
The consensus is flawed by small-scale studies, badly framed questions and poorly understood data
Australia's Safe Schools program is so bizarre and fact-free that you can describe it as a cult, says an academic
Australia's leader of the Opposition is a fan of same-sex marriage. Can't he find better arguments?
Politicians who betray marriage face a swift electoral backlash.
Democratic politics is all about debating controversial ideas
Attorney-General Kathleen Kane cynically manipulated the legal system
Australians could soon vote in a plebiscite on gay marriage. Meanwhile, they have another choice to make...
It's a very small step from same-sex marriage to transgender.
The cultural and social changes of the past 50 years laid the groundwork for transgenderism.
How was same-sex marriage accepted so quickly? In part, by telling some fibs.
The debate is about two vastly different ideas of marriage, not about whether we like gays.
Now that incest has been rebadged as 'genetic sexual attraction', will it be legalised?
Why shouldn't a bizarre threesome in Western Australia have their chance to get married?
A leading accounting firm claims that it will cost half a billion dollars. This is sheer fantasy.
An Irish campaigner for the No side warns Australians to prepare for intimidation.
We've selected a few of Scalia's most memorable lines from his dissents.
Discrimination against people should be unlawful, but not against ideas.
Yes, this is news, and thanks to The Atlantic.
An Australian senator condemns double standards on free speech about same-sex marriage.
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