Don’t demonise
David Quinn | Feb 17 2016 | comment  
An Irish campaigner for the No side warns Australians to prepare for intimidation.

What lies ahead for marriage in Ireland?
Michael Cook | May 25 2015 | comment  
It wasn’t the gays who trashed marriage; it was the straights.

Ireland abandons its children
David van Gend | May 25 2015 | comment  
Motherless and fatherless families are now enshrined as an ideal in the Irish Constitution.

The fairest referendum money can buy
Michael Cook | May 19 2015 | comment  
An American foundation has poured millions into a campaign to support same-sex marriage in Ireland.

Two gay campaigners against same-sex marriage in Ireland
Michael Kirke | May 18 2015 | comment  
What about the children, they ask.

Ireland: Will the Noes have it?
Michael Kirke | May 15 2015 | comment  
It has been a bad week for a government hitching its wagon to marriage "equality".

Overcooking the ‘equality’ cake?
Michael Kirke | May 11 2015 | comment  
The pollsters in the UK got it completely wrong. Is the same true in Ireland?

Ireland’s same-sex marriage referendum: ‘one-sided, reckless and divisive’
Bruce Arnold | May 7 2015 | comment  
A leading journalist questions the Irish prime minister.

Ireland: the forgotten battleground
Michael Cook | May 7 2015 | comment  
Two powerful contributions to the debate from the Iona Institute.

Mum and dad adoption preferred, Irish poll shows
David Quinn | Feb 24 2015 | comment  
But new legislation in Ireland puts single and same-sex parenting on the same level.

Homophobia is “insulting to God”
Kelly Bartlett | Feb 14 2014 | comment  
An Irish bishop clarifies the Catholic view on homosexuals.

Google in the dock?
Michael Kirke | Jan 23 2013 | comment  
What is going on? Now you see it, now you don’t, now you see it again. Google has been involved in some sinister censorship – or perhaps they just blundered and then caught themselves on. We know that Google supports the campaign for gay “marriage” in the US – and presumably further afield as well – but we did not suspect that they would be censoring opposing viewpoints on the issue. Are they?

More politically correct than electorally smart?
Michael Kirke | Jul 31 2012 | comment  
Relentless is the only word that can be used to describe the onslaught on the institution of marriage. But relentless does not mean victorious and nor does it make anything right that is wrong and wrong-headed.

A battle for Irish minds and hearts
Michael Kirke | Jul 14 2012 | comment  
As the Irish media attempt to pressure the Taoiseach (Prime Minister) there into declaring his hand personally on the question of gay “marriage” the battle for the minds and hearts of the Irish people on this issue is becoming more intense.

Short, sharp and to the point
Carolyn Moynihan | Jul 7 2012 | comment  
Same-sex marriage and related claims, such as adoption of children, are fast becoming flavour of the month among Western politicians. Irish pollies are among the latest, so the family-oriented Iona Institute has prepared an excellent, short,briefing paper on the subject.
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