Monthly Archives: August 2023

October 14: The date destined to go down in Australian history

For the inaugural running of the group 1 weight-for-age King Charles III Stakes at Royal Randwick.

Posted in History, Sport, Whatever | 36 Comments

On 315K, Adam Bandt is fives times more valuable than a nurse

Lucky us: Australia’s 227 federal MPs get a 4% pay rise – the biggest salary increase in a decade.

Posted in Ethics and morality, Federal politics | 12 Comments

Because fragile feminists love melodrama far more than soccer

Yep: Infamous Spanish kiss overshadowed meritorious women doing their job. Can you believe it?

Posted in Fake news, Left-wing hypocrisy | 22 Comments

Rod Dreher on Viktor Orbán and the Constantinian imperative

A Chi-Rho by drones: Heaven Over Budapest: A Sign of the Times in the Hungarian Capital. The Soviet Union told you that you had to worship Lenin. The State Department tells you you have to worship transvestites. It’s not so … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Religion and faith | 26 Comments

Putting the suit in Pesutto

Kellie-Jay Keen issues John Pesutto and his entire leadership team defamation concerns notices.

Posted in Legal affairs, State politics | 26 Comments

Beware of Greeks Bearing Babies

THE news angle in most local reports on the police raid at a surrogacy clinic in Crete last week was the desperation of “Australian parents” unable to take “their babies” home. Other “parents,” Sharri Markson reported in The Australian on … Continue reading

Posted in Ethics and morality, International, Legal affairs | 23 Comments

Four times: Misinformation czarina refuses to answer truthfully

In this slightly heated exchange, Ben Scallan questions Ireland’s Media Minister Catherine Martin.

Posted in Fake news, Left-wing extremism | 7 Comments

Debauchery is now the core ‘value’ of American foreign policy

Heroic pastors: Bishops back Ghana’s efforts to resist Western imposition of sexual rights agenda. Just as the US and other so-called developed countries have cultural values which inform what is acceptable and/or unacceptable within their respective jurisdictions, Ghana, as a … Continue reading

Posted in International, Left-wing extremism | 8 Comments

Proponents of global boiling and women’s penises look back…

Posted in Fake science, History | 5 Comments

Gillard, Andrews, Royal Commission ignored state school rapes

How the Victorian Education Dept’s historical child sexual abuse scandal was hidden for decades.

Posted in History, Left-wing hypocrisy, Legal affairs | 14 Comments

Australian Disney Force: Warriors banned, sodomy celebrated

ADF Academy cadets claim they were pressured to remove uniforms for Wear It Purple Day.

Posted in Defence and national security, Left-wing extremism | 14 Comments

Chook Cooked

LNP on track to win next Queensland election as Annastacia Palaszczuk’s popularity dives.

Posted in Elections, State politics | 34 Comments

Vicar of Christie

Not at all: DeSantis asks if Ramaswamy comparing Zelenskyy to Pope went too far for Catholics. I find it offensive that we have politicians who will make a pilgrimage to Kiev, to their pope Zelenskyy, without doing the same for … Continue reading

Posted in Elections, US politics | 8 Comments

They said the old diseases would return thanks to selfish idiots

And they were right: Food affordability crisis raises risk of scurvy and rickets, researchers say.

Posted in Economics and the economy, Federal politics | 6 Comments

The Society of Plastic Surgeons calls for subsidised mutilations

Transgender Australians waiting years for ‘gender-affirming’ surgery, as Medicare bid looms.

Posted in Fake science, Left-wing extremism | 7 Comments

Contempt: Ignoring High Court ruling that no abuse occurred…

Posted in Left-wing extremism, Legal affairs | 28 Comments

The Moose In The Room

IT was seen as the one-on-one that would swamp a conventional and irrelevant FOX News debate featuring eight other contenders for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination. By the numbers, that expectation turned out to be accurate. Tucker Carlson’s sit-down with … Continue reading

Posted in Elections, US politics | 21 Comments

Which reminds me, when is the ‘pandemic’ Royal Commission?

Murderers should be injected with truth serum to find out where bodies are, say top barristers.

Posted in Rule of law | 23 Comments