Category Archives: Legal affairs

Vendetta lunch lasted longer than David Sharaz’s first marriage

Five guileful hours: A real project: how Lisa and Brittany war-gamed which ‘friendlies’ to fire up. I have every confidence that you will answer that very eloquently, but it’s one you just need to really think about. I don’t want … Continue reading

Posted in Federal politics, Left-wing extremism, Legal affairs | 51 Comments

Fear not: A new breed of digger picks up the fallen standard…

Their manliness speaks for itself: Ben Roberts-Smith: War hero loses landmark defamation case. Nick McKenzie looks to have let out a sigh of relief and is nodding confidently at Chris Masters. He gave Masters a brief, one-armed hug with his … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Legal affairs, Media | 33 Comments

I’ll tell you what rule I applied, sir. I applied rule D.S.C!

ADF chief tells Senate estimates he reviewed his own performance commanding in Afghanistan.

Posted in Ethics and morality, Legal affairs | 8 Comments

Today, some rape victims skip the medical and do a media kit

Oh Britt. I’m so sorry. You need this like a hole in the head. How sh*t. How f***ing outrageous. Thanks for filling me in. I will, of course, keep it firmly in the vault…Lots of hugs and boxing gloves in … Continue reading

Posted in Legal affairs, Media | 15 Comments

70 years ago, judges didn’t interfere in the affairs of Parliament

Chief Justice Andrew Bell scolds Justice Ian Harrison’s Indigenous voice to parliament email. The designation ‘SC’ is completely appropriate and suited as a means of recognising and signalling excellence in a mature, independent legal profession in which the decisions of … Continue reading

Posted in Legal affairs, Rule of law | 14 Comments

In Russia, all citizens are perfectly free to say “well done, girls”

Christian is banned from teaching for misgendering a trans pupil ‘in first case of its kind in UK.’

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

Rat: Drumgolding them out of the Army while clutching his DSC

Defence Force chief Angus Campbell renews calls to strip medals from Afghanistan war veterans.

Posted in Legal affairs, Rule of law | 25 Comments

Latham refers left-winger’s gratuitous hate tweet to NSW Police

The ABC describes Alex Greenwich as “the Sydney MP” and Latham as “the right-wing politician.”

Posted in Legal affairs, State politics | 10 Comments

Shane Sea Patrol

Higgins investigation top cop: Drumgold mistook ABC re-enactment for ‘missing’ CCTV footage.

Posted in Fake news, Legal affairs | 26 Comments

Fair To Say

Nonagenarian great-grandmother Clare Nowland is five foot two and weighs 43 kilograms. At the time she was tasered, she was approaching police. It is fair to say at a slow pace. She had a walking frame. But she had a … Continue reading

Posted in Australian police state, Legal affairs | 51 Comments

I thought homosexuality was only a cause for Pride these days

Independent MP Alex Greenwich to sue One Nation’s Mark Latham for defamation over tweet.

Posted in Hypocrisy of the left, Legal affairs | 23 Comments

Scooter Drumgold

Somebody at Dover’s last week likened the soon-to-be former DPP of the ACT to this man. Yep.

Posted in Left-wing extremism, Legal affairs | 45 Comments

It may not be that simple but, still, I like the waves he’s making

With Mark Steyn: Robert F. Kennedy: It Looks Like Almost Every Mass Shooter Is On SSRI Drugs.

Posted in Ethics and morality, Legal affairs | 27 Comments

Puss In The Corner

Her cat was named Vagina. The judge wouldn’t allow us to put that in.” – Donald Trump on the latest failed Democrat ‘rape’ claimant, E. Jane Carroll

Posted in Legal affairs, US politics | 16 Comments

They’ll Never Have Paris

It never took place and I will tell you.. she’s not my type, and that’s 100 percent true, she’s not my type. You wouldn’t be a choice of mine either. I would not, under any circumstances, have any interest in … Continue reading

Posted in Legal affairs, US politics | 11 Comments

Obedient Little Australia

WHILE giddy Anthony Albanese drank champagne on Saturday at the vulgar nuptials of a wealthy slob he doesn’t know, a husband, father of six and former US Marine, Daniel Duggan, was in a two by four metre cell at maximum … Continue reading

Posted in Ethics and morality, Legal affairs, Rule of law | 8 Comments

In the annals of chutzpah, this from the Pentagon will resound

Prosecutors say leak suspect Jack Teixeira kept arsenal of weapons, wanted to kill ‘ton of people’.

Posted in Fake news, Legal affairs | 3 Comments

‘Governments control 40-50% of legal spending for barristers’

Statement from the wallet: Pro-voice barristers are ‘financially motivated’: Stuart Wood AM KC.

Posted in Ethics and morality, Legal affairs | 16 Comments