Speaker of the House of Commons – Same-Sex Marriage Won’t Be ‘Proper’ Until Churches Can’t Opt Out

Sep 16, 2017 by

Tyler O’Neil, PJ Media: In a shocking attack on religious freedom and even property rights, the speaker of Britain’s House of Commons argued that the country won’t have “proper equal marriage” until churches are unable to turn away requests to host a same-sex marriage. “I still feel we’ll only...

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Policies for a Conservative Government to strengthen families

Sep 9, 2017 by

A MANIFESTO TO STRENGTHEN FAMILIES: We are Conservative MPs and Peers who work together to support the Government in delivering policies aimed at strengthening families, as part of its wider ambition for social reform. The evidence is clear that stronger families are vital if the Government is to...

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Honest and principled, Rees-Mogg is the real deal

Sep 8, 2017 by

by Laura Perrins, TCW: In 1521 at the Diet of Worms, Martin Luther stood before an authoritarian and institutionally corrupt Catholic Church and declared, ‘Here I stand, I can do no other, so help me God. Amen.’ On Wednesday a faithful son of a reformed Catholic Church stood before the...

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If a bigot can’t be PM, why should one be allowed to become an MP?

Sep 8, 2017 by

by Archbishop Cranmer: Jacob Rees-Mogg walks into a TV studio. Grand Inquisitor Piers Torquemorgan has wheeled out his rack; his beatific assistant Susanna Reid has greased up the Judas cradle. Heresy is not merely suspected, but presumed. The heretic must be exposed; his abhorrent views...

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Identity politics stir up hatred and division

Sep 7, 2017 by

By  Andrew Devine, TCW; The toxic and divisive identity politics that now defines much of Left-wing thinking across the Western world rests upon the notion that individuals today can use past injustices to further their own illiberal agendas. Conversely, certain ‘privileged’ groups are...

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I don’t agree with Jacob Rees-Mogg, but how I admire this real man of principle

Sep 7, 2017 by

by Sarah Vine, Mailonline: Authenticity is a rare thing in a politician these days — or so we are constantly being told. So you might have thought that Jacob Rees-Mogg’s reckless decision to answer Piers Morgan’s questions straightforwardly and with total candour on GMTV would be met with near...

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