Monthly Archives: August 2022

Plucky machine braves the sceptics without a bulletproof vest

I do believe it was rigged in some way. No president can lose so many states and still win an election. Yes, I think Trump did win. Did you vote for him? He’s not my favorite person, but he is … Continue reading

Posted in Elections, Innovation and technology, US politics | 8 Comments

Study finds 98% of workers have never been sexually assaulted

Yawn: NSW parliament’s culture of bullying and sexual harassment revealed by investigation.

Posted in Fake news, State politics | 4 Comments

I was going to pile on but the point he makes is actually sound

WEF Adviser Yuval Harari: ‘We just don’t need the vast majority of the population’ in today’s world.

Posted in Ethics and morality, Left-wing extremism | 10 Comments

Not Kean

Posted in State politics | 2 Comments

Imagine if Trump ordered FBI to rifle through Michelle’s undies

■ Report: FBI Agents Searched Through Melania Trump’s Wardrobe During Mar-a-Lago Raid. ■ Florida judge who authorised Mar-a-Lago raid is Obama donor once linked to Jeffrey Epstein.

Posted in Left-wing extremism, Rule of law | 112 Comments

Albanese Broadcasting Corporation

The ABC dobs Pauline Hanson’s One Nation into the domain police for its anti-Voice campaign: A pre-emptive strike by One Nation to register dozens of website addresses that could be used in the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum campaign has … Continue reading

Posted in Legal affairs, Media, Politics | 6 Comments

Does this mean we can have our cathedral back? ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

Anglicans recognize Pope as ‘father of the Church in the West,’ says archbishop of Canterbury.

Posted in History, Religion and faith | 17 Comments

Court had four children to her one – while winning grand slams

Serena on retiring at 41: ‘If I were a guy, I wouldn’t have to choose between tennis and a family.’ There are people who say I’m not the GOAT (greatest of all time) because I didn’t pass Court’s record, which … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Sport | 7 Comments

The weird new convention of paying for rich people’s funerals

■ Olivia Newton-John’s family indicates it would accept state funeral for Grease star. ■ The Seekers singer Judith Durham will receive a state funeral in Victoria. ■ A man has died on a hospital stretcher after waiting over three hours … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, State politics | 21 Comments

Tony Roam

Posted in Federal politics | 10 Comments

A red letter day: China and Russia defeat the United States

Imitation is not just the highest form of flattery. It’s also the most emphatic form of capitulation.

Posted in Left-wing extremism, Rule of law | 103 Comments

The Trump denunciation/vindication lag is six to twelve months

He was right: Head of The Lancet’s COVID-19 investigation is ‘convinced’ it came out of a lab.

Posted in COVID, International, Politics | 22 Comments

Not Recommended For Children

THE historical reasons are flimsy but St Mary of the Cross (Mackillop) is patroness of the Brisbane archdiocese. And this is how she’s honoured in St Stephen’s Chapel in the city’s cathedral precinct. Conventional post-conciliar neo-iconoclasm, the work is already … Continue reading

Posted in Art, music, letters, Culture, Religion and faith | 7 Comments

Glenn Greenwald explains hilarious Democrat-Cheney alliance

Posted in Left-wing extremism, US politics | 12 Comments

Remainda-bindi elder tutors Aborigine on how to be Aboriginal

Jacinta Price accuses Peter FitzSimons of being ‘aggressive’ and ‘rude’ during interview. Accusing me of somehow giving power to racists because the issues I raise are confronting – he loses the point completely. I said to him, ‘Get down from … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Hypocrisy of the left | 21 Comments

Come for a sawn-off, leave with an anti-tank missile system

Biden’s boot sale for mafiosi: Only 30 percent of US weapons sent to Ukraine reach destination.

Posted in Defence and national security, War and peace | 3 Comments

“At 82, Pelosi seems sharper and more on-the-ball than Biden”

Greg Sheridan deploys the lowest bar since Mickey Rooney’s short-lived career as a high jumper: China moved the world closer to war this week. Pelosi has received a lot of bipartisan, Republican support for this trip. One Republican, of course, … Continue reading

Posted in Defence and national security, US politics | 30 Comments

How did we ever become a First World Arcadia without her?

Who would’ve thought that a young woman born in Afghanistan and a daughter of a refugee would be standing in this chamber today. One hundred years ago, let alone 10 years ago, would this parliament have been this accepting? 100 … Continue reading

Posted in Hypocrisy of the left, Politics | 27 Comments