Mahlburg, Kurt
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Kurt Mahlburg is a teacher and freelance writer, writing for the Canberra Declaration and occasionally the Spectator Australia. He also blogs at


New! Family breakdown and the rise of identity politics

Lacking familial love and cohesion, today's young adults turn to groups based on race, sexuality or some other minority identity for belonging.

Date posted: 2020-09-16

Tell Pornhub and Planned Parenthood that Black Lives Matter

Activists are wasting their time tearing down old statues. Abuse is happening here and now.

Date posted: 2020-07-06

What coverage of Joe Biden's past reveals about America's media bias

Long-ago and lurid allegations. Joe Biden's are ignored; Brett Kavanaugh's spark a media frenzy. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has been accused of sexual assault by a former staffer named Tara Reade. Such a serious allegation against a presidential candidate would normally be a loud, leading, global story. Instead....

Date posted: 2020-05-24

Locked down, locked away, locked up: a time to treasure our freedoms

We must not get complacent about restrictions imposed during the crisis.

Date posted: 2020-05-17

Two years on, where has same-sex marriage taken Australia?

A couple years back during that postal plebiscite, 62 percent of Australians voted to legalise same-sex marriage. Today Public life is coarser and more sexualised.

Date posted: 2020-03-04

Pornography is a public health crisis

In an effort to normalise pornography, there are people who point out that porn has been around since ancient times. That might be true, but porn today is like nothing the world has ever seen.

Date posted: 2019-11-03