Monthly Archives: January 2023

Nothing For You, Pokie Lou

PERSONALLY, I did indeed object to Josh Landis blaming Dominic Perrottet’s “Catholic gut” for the Premier’s intention to more rigorously control poker machine gaming in New South Wales. Not because it was sectarian – that would assume protestantism inheres in … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Ethics and morality, Religion and faith | 20 Comments

Two of the finest Catholic journalists on Pell, Zen and goodbyes

■ George Weigel: An evening with two white martyrs. ■ Monica Doumit: The face worn by bigots.

Posted in History, Religion and faith | 2 Comments

Cardinal Andrews presides over child molestation catastrophe

I see you. I hear you. I believe you: Hundreds of victims allege sexual abuse at Victorian state schools.

Posted in Left-wing extremism, Left-wing hypocrisy, Legal affairs | 10 Comments

Transitioning to Joe Biden, ice cream eater PM blames Trump

The funding for family support services in the Northern Territory was due to be cut out in June this year. There wasn’t even ongoing funding in the budget we inherited.”            – Oops. I meant ScoMo. Anthony Albanese blames ScoMo

Posted in Fake news, Left-wing hypocrisy, Rule of law | 18 Comments

It’s important to remember that feminists are lost without men

Posted in Culture, Left-wing extremism | 6 Comments

I Did But See Him Farsing By…

Dear Sir/Madam, I wish to make application: Australia’s first official poet laureate to be appointed. There’s a man of letters named Albo, Who waves off what’s hard with a “hell-no.” When he aped a forte once Ming’s The question was … Continue reading

Posted in Art, music, letters, Culture | 25 Comments

What sort of institution would promote chastity in our schools?

Two hints: It costs you a billion dollars a year and has a longstanding fetish for a particular religion.

Posted in Left-wing hypocrisy, Media, Religion and faith | 8 Comments

Inciting race violence wins some people a platform on the ABC

Lidia Thorpe calls for treaty, not the Voice as Indigenous Australians share their concerns on Q+A.

Posted in Left-wing extremism, Left-wing hypocrisy, Media | 3 Comments

Bad call: This story was supposed to illustrate Putin’s unreason

He sort of threatened me at one point and said, ‘Boris, I don’t want to hurt you, but with a missile, it would only take a minute,’ or something like that. He said, ‘Boris, you say that Ukraine is not … Continue reading

Posted in Fake news, History | 14 Comments

Labor fatherhood haters flag revolutionary new war on men

Just another example of this government’s left-wing extremism: Dads ‘cut out’ in changes to law. A family law adviser to the ­Howard government says Labor’s proposal to amend the Family Law Act is a radical change that will take Australia … Continue reading

Posted in Ethics and morality, Legal affairs | 8 Comments

Fishwife still fuming after Pell, Porter and Laming humiliations

Posted in Fake news, Left-wing extremism, Media | 21 Comments

Let’s check in on the values the UK is fighting for against Putin

Army spied on lockdown critics: Sceptics, including our own Peter Hitchens, long suspected they were under surveillance. Now we’ve obtained official records that prove they were right all along.

Posted in Rule of law | 5 Comments

Out of The Loop

The German foreign minister says we must be united, because – I quote – ‘we are at war with Russia.’ I didn’t know that. Maybe Germany is at war with Russia. Good luck. Maybe this time it turns out better … Continue reading

Posted in History, War and peace | 3 Comments

Doctor of Keating vs. Adam Smith

The market mechanism that has failed humankind for hundreds of years will at last be fixed: Lifetime staffer of the ALP: “We can build something better, more meaningful and more inclusive.”

Posted in Economics and the economy, Left-wing extremism | 24 Comments

Russified Rupert

THE Australian’s coverage of the Russian-American War being hosted in Ukraine went from bad to worse months ago. Whereas many reporters cut their teeth telling it like it really was – from Saigon in the 1960s to Fallujah 20 years … Continue reading

Posted in Fake news, Media, War and peace | 20 Comments

No, January 6 wasn’t an insurrection but it should have been

New from Matt Taibbi: ‘Russian bot’ baloney was a US intelligence operation to get Trump.

Posted in Fake news, US politics | 5 Comments


Forget ‘Invasion Day’ – my neighbours are more worried about home invasions.” – Jacinta Nampijinpa Price

Posted in Culture, Rule of law | 3 Comments

Dutton’s Half Nelson

RIFFING years ago on the rancor between the sexes, Dave Chappelle mocked the tips offered in a quintessential women’s magazine feature he caricatured as ‘A Hundred Ways To Please Your Man’. “Get outta here. There ain’t no hundred ways,” he … Continue reading

Posted in Fake conservatism, Federal politics, Rule of law | 63 Comments