Category Archives: Rule of law

While Tennis Albo suppressed yawns with beer and ice cream…

His crisis-indifferent government was monstering the Reserve Bank to give a fiver to Aborigines.

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Transitioning to Joe Biden, ice cream eater PM blames Trump

The funding for family support services in the Northern Territory was due to be cut out in June this year. There wasn’t even ongoing funding in the budget we inherited.”            – Oops. I meant ScoMo. Anthony Albanese blames ScoMo

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Let’s check in on the values the UK is fighting for against Putin

Army spied on lockdown critics: Sceptics, including our own Peter Hitchens, long suspected they were under surveillance. Now we’ve obtained official records that prove they were right all along.

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Priorities

Forget ‘Invasion Day’ – my neighbours are more worried about home invasions.” – Jacinta Nampijinpa Price

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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

Left-wing Prime Minister disguises revolution as “mainstream”

A predictable angle: Anthony Albanese calls leftwing opponents of voice to parliament ‘radicals’.

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

Overruled

When the new generation takes over the Church, heretics like Mr Martin will be quickly forgotten.

Posted in Culture, History, Rule of law | 9 Comments

You could read hundreds of words on the Alice Springs crisis

Or you could save yourself a lot of time and see this morning’s Leak instead. Pass it on.

Posted in Politics, Rule of law | 30 Comments

Jamie Isn’t Sure

Anthony Albanese flies into Alice Springs amid calls for action on alcohol-fuelled crime crisis. I’m not sure that the imagery of Australian soldiers, who are here to serve our country, dealing with First Nations people in a way that sees … Continue reading

Posted in Hypocrisy of the left, Rule of law | 5 Comments

Ew-Haul

Posted in Rule of law, US politics | 5 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

Loose Lips Sink Gyps

It goes completely against the entire point of the referendum. If you start putting out a detail with the bill, et cetera, people will think that that’s what they’re voting on in the referendum.” Indigenous Voice details should not be … Continue reading

Posted in Left-wing extremism, Legal affairs, Rule of law | 32 Comments

Finders keepers: Vote for the Voice and they’ll pinch your tinnie

Bizarre Indigenous claim over yacht a disturbing insight into those with most to gain from Voice.

Posted in Legal affairs, Rule of law | 7 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

There is no moral imperative to respect communist ‘victories’

Thread: Brazil expert Glenn Greenwald on the shocking start of ‘President’ Lula’s Stalinist blitz. In Lula’s defence, however, he and his federal police are only imitating their American confrères.

Posted in International, Left-wing extremism, Rule of law | 6 Comments

To get one man, monsters happily ran children over a minefield

Pell’s exoneration by a unanimous High Court judgement was the only just outcome. But incredible harm was done to all survivors of clergy sexual abuse by the disgraceful and politically motivated hounding of an innocent man. How could any survivor’s … Continue reading

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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

Let’s check in on how the left’s ‘national conversation’ is going

Posted in Left-wing extremism, Rule of law | 20 Comments