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This election is so important, but unfortunately we don't have the financial backing that many of the religious right-wing parties do. But we do have wonderful supporters like you.We can only continue to stand up for your freedom with your help.
Remember, donations by individuals to political parties of between $2 and $1,500 in a financial year, are tax deductible.
- $50 will print how to vote cards for a polling booth.
- $100 will pay for petrol and sausages for a regional volunteer recruitment sausage sizzle
- $150 will pay for enough t-shirts to spread the yellow love in one electorate on election day
- $500 could get us on the television!
- $1,000 will help pay for a billboard
Every dollar helps. Even if you can only spare $5 we can make $5 go a long way!
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Domestic Violence/Abortion claims an insult to all women
The Australian Sex Party says that all Victorians should be outraged by comments made yesterday by the Victorian state director of the Australian Christians, Vickie Janson, suggesting a link between domestic violence and abortion.
Sex Party President, Fiona Patten said “These comments are absurd and insulting to all women. They accuse women who choose to terminate a pregnancy of being responsible for the assaults of other women” she said. “Those who perpetrate domestic violence have more in common with those who seek to control a woman’s body through legislation limiting access to abortion, than those who support a woman’s right to choose whether or not she completes a pregnancy”.
It’s time politicians had a rethink on waging the ‘unwinnable war’ on recreational drugs
IN a remarkable and largely overlooked statement on Radio 3AW with Neil Mitchell on April 29, Tony Abbott admitted the war on drugs is “not a war we will ever finally win”.
“The war on drugs is a war you can lose,” the Prime Minister said. “You may not ever win it, but you’ve always got to fight it.”
This game-changing statement followed a press conference about the release of an Australian Crime Commission report on illicit drugs, which admitted that “despite record seizures and arrests we are still only detecting the tip of the drug iceberg”.