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Category Archives: Politics
His 10-minute encomium at the memorial service for Peter Reith today was delivered off-the-cuff.
“No one has ever proven that human emissions of carbon dioxide drive global warming.”
Tucker Carlson draws the most Democrat viewers in key demo, even topping Rachel Maddow. There is an entire cottage industry within media dedicated to disseminating Tucker Carlson’s nightly Fox News musings to presumably liberal audiences who may not be tuning … Continue reading
I don’t think it’s insignificant a country like the United Kingdom has its first prime minister of colour.” – Jim Chalmers channels Dirty Harry’s lieutenant
Nobody. The leftist algorithm that raises TCT to the Twitter-trending launchpad is now self-aware.
But oddly, she doesn’t mention the Biden catastrophe in her analysis of overseas trends to heed.
Guido Fawkes: Boris Johnson hits 50 MPs after 9 hours. 50 per cent of the threshold.
As in: two Russian SU-27s toyed with an RAF spy plane on a “routine” patrol over the Black Sea.
Only the truth can save it: Liz Truss announces her resignation after a month and a half in power.
Polar bears used to be the poster child of climate change. But their numbers have been increasing: from 5-10k #polarbears in the 1960s, up to around 26k today. We don’t hear this news. Instead, campaigners just quietly stopped using them … Continue reading
Hitchens: Liz Truss bought her opinions on eBay…the Tories have now run out of gimmicks.
The great Cassie of Sydney has an important definitional update for the world’s dictionaries.
■ Putin’s referenda announcement is a ‘sham’: Wong. ■ Voters are very confused over Indigenous Voice: survey.
Indigenous group warns it will hit the streets and PROTEST during Australia’s national day of mourning public holiday: ‘The Queen is dead, colonisation is alive’.