Category Archives: Ethics and morality

Full Marx

Posted in Ethics and morality, Innovation and technology | 3 Comments

Jotel California

Video shows Biden, 79, appearing to get lost walking off stage and asking crowd how to leave.

Posted in Ethics and morality, US politics | 14 Comments

Closure

The guilty verdict is in, so now for the Hollywood treatment: How the hit podcast ‘Teacher’s Pet’ is set to be turned into a true-crime TV series with Joel Edgerton and Eric Bana linked to the project.

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Downing Dawson and Monetising Murder

I was thinking this morning that a decision either way in the ‘Teacher’s Pet’ trial of Chris Dawson for killing his wife Lynette in 1982 would be surprising. As it happens, in a NSW Supreme Court finale brought on by … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Ethics and morality, Legal affairs | 17 Comments

Another reminder that Joe Biden is a mentally disturbed fascist

Federal Court blocks Biden Administration from forcing doctors to perform gender transitions.

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

Normal Government To The Rescue

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange files latest appeal in bid to stop extradition to United States. IT shouldn’t matter if we like or loathe Julian Assange the man. He was always a mercurial oddball with a queer – bordering on autistic … Continue reading

Posted in Ethics and morality, International, Rule of law | 18 Comments

Why aren’t mobs of white people stealing TVs and sneakers?

Police officer, deputies suspended in Arkansas after graphic arrest video posted to social media.

Posted in COVID, Ethics and morality, Rule of law | 7 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 | 22 Comments

White Leftists To Aboriginal Voices: Drop Dead

SCION of Rhodesian plantation owners and newly elected ‘independent’ senator David Pocock is manically eager to overturn the Howard government’s prohibition of voluntary assisted homicide in the Northern Territory, Norfolk Island and his home constituency of the ACT. More than … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Ethics and morality, Hypocrisy of the left | 25 Comments

Let’s not rush to judgement

China says it will shoot Pelosi’s plane down if she travels to Taiwan under US fighter escort.

Posted in Ethics and morality, Foreign policy | 26 Comments

On ideological extortion and intolerance

The great Cassie of Sydney on this week’s ‘Manly 7’ disgrace: The other half of the rainbow.

Posted in Culture, Ethics and morality | 22 Comments

PM set to present credentials to Her Majesty at Ultimo Palace

Brown paper bags of gratitude: Anthony Albanese’s visit to Ita Buttrose to ‘protect the ABC.’

Posted in Ethics and morality, Media, Politics | 23 Comments

Peak Rotten

Posted in Ethics and morality, Rule of law, State politics | 8 Comments

Katy’s Coven

“I take the issue of threatened species very seriously,” a theatrically overwrought Tanya Plibersek said today. “It was me that listed the greater glider.” Ennoblement for progressives is that simple. Meanwhile, her federal colleague Katy Gallagher will host a gathering … Continue reading

Posted in Ethics and morality, Left-wing extremism, Legal affairs | 24 Comments

America’s Tammany Hall foreign policy

Posted in Ethics and morality, Rule of law, US politics | 2 Comments

Thomas Unchained

A very welcome initiative: An Open Letter Denouncing the Attacks on Justice Clarence Thomas.

Posted in Ethics and morality, Left-wing extremism, Rule of law | 17 Comments

Insincere Welcomes Are Just The Beginning

Information Commissioner opens probe into Bunnings, Kmart over facial recognition. This technology is an important measure that helps us to maintain a safe and secure environment for our team and customers. We let customers know about our use of CCTV … Continue reading

Posted in Australian police state, Ethics and morality | 15 Comments

They could have just bought a labradoodle, but no…

Posted in Ethics and morality, Left-wing extremism | 6 Comments