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Author Archives: C.L.
The task: Round up some angry academics and get them to fulminate about a subjective opinion.
It platformed Cirillo until he declared the regime would kill its critics, à la Mivtza Za’am Ha’el. If the Ukrainians want to hire weirdos to threaten Americans and others for speaking their mind, I guess that’s their right. They shouldn’t … Continue reading
A very pleasing picture but Roger Franklin is sensibly leery of hubris: Flagging a mild concern.
No decisions taken by state and territory governments will be examined by the Covid-19 inquiry.
IT is impossible to be more impartial about a man than I am about Russell Brand. That’s because the hyperactive and garrulous comedian-cum-commentator with a Big Ben ego and a Janis Joplin wardrobe is as far from my cup of … Continue reading
Squishy, fishy Rishi: Sunak planning to drop net zero policies in pre-election challenge to Labour.
Like President Kennedy’s moonshot set to the Benny Hill theme: Victoria to build 800,000 homes.
The Australian, yesterday: Australian doctor Craig Jurisevic exposes the horrors of Russian attack. Damning evidence has emerged confirming the Russian military used outlawed flechettes – tiny steel nails with barbed tail fins deemed illegal by the International Criminal Court – … Continue reading
Bettina Arndt: Inflating campus sexual assault statistics: 275 a week is feminist disinformation.
But race is tight: As Poland’s fateful elections near, Hungarians have a reason to hold their breath.
A Danish artist has been ordered to repay a museum after delivering blank canvases. And then you get an artist Who says he doesn’t want to paint at all So he takes an empty canvas And he sticks it on … Continue reading
The abomination normalised at the start of this ABC article is precisely why Iraq is cracking down.
Kurt Schlichter at Townhall: That Miserable Bag Of Goo Mitt Romney Slinks Away Humiliated.
The Age’s coverage of Jacinta Price’s NPC speech erased a strong black woman for dissenting. An Aboriginal woman of note arrives for a major engagement in Canberra. Instead of the impressive venue used previously for similar events, however, she is … Continue reading
Shadow Attorney-General: Margaret Thatcher would absolutely support Anthony Albanese and the ruination of the Constitution
When they came to us, one of the first things out of their mouth was that they have powers of acquisition.” – Tasmanian farmer Scott Colvin has been told by AusNet that his property isn’t really his