Tag Archives: law

Headlines don’t get immunity

Having previously been fined $100,000 for contempt of court following a breach of a suppression order regarding the killer of Jill Meagher, Derryn Hinch, aka “human headline”, Derryn Hinch was arrested this week for failing to pay up. The subject of the murder of Jill Meagher is no doubt still enflamed, and will remain so… Read More »

82 reasons to maintain the rage

Occasionally someone with a strong religious background has decided to ‘chide’ me for arguing so strongly for gay rights. After all, people are entitled to their point of view, aren’t they? As I’ve said before, not when their demand for religious freedom significantly hampers the personal freedom of others. But that’s not even the main reason why… Read More »

Expel this!

In ‘Appalling’ law lets schools expel gay students (Sydney Morning Herald), we’re told: A SENIOR Anglican bishop calls it “appalling” and a gay and lesbian rights group condemns it as “deeply offensive”, but the Attorney-General, John Hatzistergos, backs a NSW law that allows private schools to expel gay students simply for being gay. The law,… Read More »