Category Archives: Rule of law

Petition in support of Heston Russell and November Platoon

The ABC lied. Russell explains how here and here (video). Please sign Petition EN3637 here.

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On no subject is the Uniparty less qualified to legislate

Tautological travesty: Affirmative consent laws to be introduced in Victoria for sexual assault cases. RARELY has an extremist who happens to be the First Law Officer of an Australian state so boldly admitted to ‘flipping’ the rule of law. But … Continue reading

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One of the reasons I didn’t shed any tears for Christian Porter

Timorgate: The Coalition is still hounding Bernard Collaery. Is this in the public interest?

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Via Instapundit: coverage and video banned by the ABC

Massive Protest Today in Melbourne Australia Against Proposed COVID Laws and Mandates. I have only one favour to ask of protesters: please STOP flying the Australian flag upside down.

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In Partial Defence of Daniel Bonkers-Bananas

ONCE upon a time in Queensland, it was a given imbibed with the Four-ex and mangoes on which we breakfasted that it was our destiny to be the butt of jokes forever, especially from the covetous guerrillas the Premier called … Continue reading

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Black Privilege

• Police officer who fatally shot Justine Damond sentenced to less than 5 years in jail. • US Capitol Police investigation clears officer who shot and killed Ashli Babbitt.

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Law school drop-out doesn’t believe in justice

There may be people who choose not to continue in their current jobs because we are requiring vaccination. That may happen. I’m not worried about that. You’re asking me to be worried about teachers who don’t believe in science, health … Continue reading

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On The Road With Mark and Paul

PEACEFUL protesters who gathered in Perth’s CBD yesterday to voice their opposition to unlawful mandatory vaccination have drawn predictable criticism and mockery from the state branch of the AMA. The failing left-wing union now represents only 30 percent of GPs. … Continue reading

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They merely prevent unvaccinated workers from buying food

          Judge dismisses challenges to NSW COVID-19 vaccination orders for workers. So far as the right to bodily integrity is concerned, it is not violated as the impugned orders do not authorise the involuntary vaccination of anyone.” – NSW Supreme Court … Continue reading

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Wyatt Twerp

If he doesn’t promptly pay this this $2 million, the next time he flies to WA as soon as we lift our border restriction, I’m going to have the sheriff arrest his plane — seize his plane and sell it … Continue reading

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Fixated Coppers Unit

Sydney magistrate unimpressed by NSW Police’s application to suppress FriendlyJordies videos.

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Representing himself, Clive had a righteous fool for a client

Star turn as Rumpole ends badly: Clive Palmer loses High Court bid to overturn WA legislation. IT sounds like the judges might have been open to expertly presented arguments on the question of inconsistency but didn’t hear any. On the … Continue reading

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Judge Julia

Brittany Higgins to be visiting fellow at Julia Gillard’s Global Institute for Women’s Leadership. Ms Higgins has been appointed the inaugural visiting fellow of the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership (GIWL), the international group led by former prime minister Julia … Continue reading

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The Bourne Imitation

Kidnapping, assassination and a London shoot-out: Inside the CIA’s secret war plans against WikiLeaks. I am not the least bit surprised that the CIA, a longtime authoritarian and antidemocratic institution, plotted to find a way to criminalize journalism and spy … Continue reading

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Meet the most corrupt woman in Washington not named Nancy

How it started: Meet the most powerful woman in Washington not named Nancy. How it turned out: Inquiry finds… now-IMF chief pushed staff to inflate China data. WASHINGTON — An investigation into manipulation of an annual World Bank report has … Continue reading

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