Category Archives: Federal politics

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

Bill Gates’ voice has the ear of PM, NT blackfellas not so much

Don’t hold a nose, mate: Jacinta Price calls for Anthony Albanese to visit ‘war zone’ Alice Springs.

Posted in Federal politics, Hypocrisy of the left, Rule of law | 10 Comments

Feminists, anti-Pellites silent about PM meeting Epstein crony

Anthony Albanese hosts Bill Gates for discussions on climate change and global health issues.

Posted in Federal politics, Hypocrisy of the left | 18 Comments

Reflections On Jim Molan and Absent Panegyrics

HAD Jim Molan been an American seeking elected office, serious conversations in the Republican Party would inevitably have taken place about his suitability for what Captain Willard called “a top slot in the corporation.” Not the Presidency itself – he … Continue reading

Posted in Defence and national security, Federal politics | 10 Comments

As combat veterans battle for years to get a meagre pittance…

Albo’s shout: Inside Brittany Higgins’ luxurious romantic getaway to the Maldives with new fiancé.

Posted in Ethics and morality, Federal politics | 14 Comments

Albanese cannot be allowed to get away with Higgins payout

Back at work, Janet Albrechtsen hasn’t forgotten: It’s time to go through Labor’s Christmas trash.

Posted in Federal politics, Rule of law | 27 Comments

Running Last

A nationwide shortage of common antibiotics could lead to countless preventable hospitalisations. People are tired and angry. More than a year ago, Labor argued vaccinations were the key. We said you have to do five or six deals. We need … Continue reading

Posted in Federal politics, Hypocrisy of the left | 9 Comments

Dutton finally dog-bowls Albanese but sticks to “details” dodge

Peter Dutton says the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum will fail without more detail.

Posted in Fake conservatism, Federal politics, Rule of law | 37 Comments

Turns out left-wing extremism in the ALP is a far bigger threat

Clare O’Neil warns counter-terror laws may need to change to better handle rightwing extremism.

Posted in Defence and national security, Federal politics | 22 Comments

With enough super squared away, Nat wokel abandons base

Nationals MP Andrew Gee quits party over its opposition to indigenous Voice to Parliament.

Posted in Fake conservatism, Federal politics | 15 Comments

Murdoch conspiracy nut well suited to Biden’s banana republic

Mr Snit goes to Washington: Kevin Rudd announced as Australia’s new ambassador to US.

Posted in Federal politics, Foreign policy | 18 Comments

AlboDebt

I’m so old I remember when secret ministering and muzzling women were censurable offences.

Posted in Federal politics, Hypocrisy of the left, Legal affairs | 22 Comments

Was interference in Lehrmann trial designed to swing election?

Brilliant forensics by Janet Albrechtsen: “There must be an inquiry into every aspect of this saga.”

Posted in Federal politics, Legal affairs | 55 Comments

The safety of women who don’t embarrass Labor is paramount

Albanese holds firm on decision not to call inquiry into Kimberley Kitching’s bullying allegations. Tweets are not protected by parliamentary privilege. I therefore presume this one is actionable.

Posted in Federal politics, Hypocrisy of the left, Legal affairs | 27 Comments

Unconquerable

■ Anthony Albanese on a high after year of success: Newspoll. ■ Support for Rudd has swelled since election: Newspoll.

Posted in Federal politics, History | 15 Comments

Sounds More Aboriginal

I think it was actually Prada, not Gucci. So I stand corrected.” – Jacinta Nampijinpa Price

Posted in Federal politics | 10 Comments

The Palaver Synod

FOR reasons that were esoteric even at the time, in January 897 the corpse of Pope Formosus – who died seven months earlier – was exhumed and put on trial in the Basilica of St John Lateran by Pope Stephen … Continue reading

Posted in Fake news, Federal politics, Hypocrisy of the left | 30 Comments

‘Yes’ case will have to make do with ABC’s $1 billion

No public money for ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ campaigns in Voice to Parliament referendum, Burney confirms.

Posted in Federal politics, Hypocrisy of the left | 22 Comments