Category Archives: Rule of law

That time Joe Biden accidentally said the terrorist part out loud

Comedically, the Ghost of Kiev was hard to beat but his reign is over. I give you Kremlin frogmen.

Posted in Left-wing extremism, Rule of law | 23 Comments

Australia’s most decorated soldier not good enough for Albo

Ben Roberts-Smith had to fly commercial to London rather than on Anthony Albanese’s VIP jet.

Posted in Hypocrisy of the left, Rule of law | 57 Comments

His Master’s Choice

AND speaking of constitutional conventions, far too little attention was given last week to Anthony Albanese’s argument that assurances King Charles gave in his first speech as sovereign to eschew interference of any kind in politics should not extend to … Continue reading

Posted in History, Legal affairs, Rule of law | 28 Comments

EU rolls out new ‘bad majority’ doctrine to justify legal terrorism

Election denial: Hungary is no longer a full democracy but an ‘electoral autocracy,’ MEPs declare.

Posted in Left-wing extremism, Rule of law | 25 Comments

The Obamas are free to make their 30 waterfront acres available

Plenty of room: Ron DeSantis sends two planes of undocumented migrants to Martha’s Vineyard.

Posted in Rule of law, US politics | 21 Comments

“That night, I wanted to tear up my Australian passport”

Rocco Loiacono at Spectator Australia: Australia died when Zoe Buhler was handcuffed.

Posted in COVID hysteria, Rule of law | 10 Comments

The Pot Calling The Kettle Shaq

I get that Liberal Opposition Leaders customarily take some time for themselves after the election of a new Labor Prime Minister. We’re now more than three months into Anthony Albanese’s term and journalists are still sending flowers, gift baskets, bottles … Continue reading

Posted in Federal politics, Rule of law | 27 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

Biden’s 2020 ‘victory’ was rigged. That is no longer debatable

Posted in Elections, History, Rule of law | 18 Comments

Not a wartime consigliere

There’s begging the question and then there’s Paul Kelly importuning it with a Smith & Wesson: Pivotal to the coming debate is the stance of the Coalition and conservatives, and this raises two decisive questions. Will the conservatives, instead of … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Left-wing extremism, Rule of law | 10 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

Brave Torturers

Posted in Rule of law, US politics | 81 Comments

Merricka

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Imagine if Trump ordered FBI to rifle through Michelle’s undies

■ Report: FBI Agents Searched Through Melania Trump’s Wardrobe During Mar-a-Lago Raid. ■ Florida judge who authorised Mar-a-Lago raid is Obama donor once linked to Jeffrey Epstein.

Posted in Left-wing extremism, Rule of law | 196 Comments

A red letter day: China and Russia defeat the United States

Imitation is not just the highest form of flattery. It’s also the most emphatic form of capitulation.

Posted in Left-wing extremism, Rule of law | 103 Comments

Governor DeSantis sensationally fires Soros state prosecutor

Da do run Ron, run: “When you make yourself above the law, you have violated your duty.”

Posted in Rule of law, US politics | 6 Comments

You’ll have to change the Constitution to find out what’s in it

One of the things I’m trying to avoid here [is] people looking for all of the detail and saying, ‘well, if you disagree with one out of the 50 [clauses] but 49 are OK, vote no’. What I am not … Continue reading

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Dumb whites. “I do wonder if some of them can read and write”

Marcia Langton should be wondering about the literacy of the Aboriginal Industry’s young charges.

Posted in Culture, Rule of law | 25 Comments