Even Fairfax is lambasting PC Defence
Feb06

Even Fairfax is lambasting PC Defence

Well there’s a bombshell. The Chief of Army has admitted that the focus on female recruitment is hurting overall recruitment.

But now he’s threatening to fire those who don’t promote this hare-brained scheme…

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Our victory!
Feb03

Our victory!

Today the NSW Court of Appeal threw out Garry Burns’ complaints against me.

This victory is one for all of us…

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What bomb (part 2)?
Feb02

What bomb (part 2)?

When it comes to the ‘incident in Deakin’ the ACT Police are running the ol’ ‘nothing-to-see-here’ routine…

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Judgement day is tomorrow…
Feb02

Judgement day is tomorrow…

Judgement will be handed down at 10:15 am tomorrow in my matter against Garry Burns…

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Politically-correct Defence loses again
Feb01

Politically-correct Defence loses again

Admirals & generals got all huffy about The Australian’s reporting of Defence’s Islamic Twitter account. So they complained to the Australian Press Council.

It was rejected today after it was found that Defence’s response omitted key details and that the reporting was factual.

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Time’s running out for 18c
Jan31

Time’s running out for 18c

Ian Goodenough, the chair of the 18c inquiry, has mirrored comments in my submission calling for laws to focus on racial violence rather than political debate.

That’s good news.

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Chickens, eggs and babies (in that order)

The Guardian loves agonising over moral dilemmas as long as they prioritise chickens over babies…

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A surprisingly balanced article
Jan30

A surprisingly balanced article

The Sydney Morning Herald has – shock – run a balanced article about Kirralie Smith and her battle to defend herself against a defamation claim from a halal certifier.

If you are in Sydney or Melbourne, don’t miss her upcoming fundraising dinners…

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The boring monotony of diversity
Jan24

The boring monotony of diversity

There is nothing more boring or predictable than the ‘diverse’ list of candidates for our Australian of the Year.

And yes, one of the nominees has compared the First Fleet to Islamic terrorism…

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138 minutes
Dec01

138 minutes

It took just 138 minutes yesterday for the NSW Court of Appeal to decide it had heard enough about constitutional and jurisdictional issues to prepare a judgement about the law of the Thought Police and Garry Burns’ complaints against me…

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