Wooley’s thinking
Jun07

Wooley’s thinking

Islamic jihadis go on a rampage.

So a media elite attacks Christianity in the name of ‘rationalism’.

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Why my High Court case is important for every Australian worker
Jun02

Why my High Court case is important for every Australian worker

A recent review of my case has highlighted that the law now allows workers to be sacked for privately expressed political views that an employer finds extreme according to their own standards.

That is why my High Court appeal is so important…

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Has Qantas jeopardised safety with its gay marriage push
May30

Has Qantas jeopardised safety with its gay marriage push

Qantas is pushing gay marriage and flying into the Middle East.

One CEO has decided it’s jeopardised safety and has boycotted the airline…

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Despatches from the Field: Krauss’ theory of relativity
May30

Despatches from the Field: Krauss’ theory of relativity

The theory of relativity has been expanded to explain away Islamic terrorism but ramp up the war on fridges and nasty bees…

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Can we all throw up now?
May26

Can we all throw up now?

If female umpires are allowed to throw up at the footy, can we do it too?

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There’s nothing to see here…
Apr27

There’s nothing to see here…

The NSW Police will not investigate whether Gary Burns’ emails threatening me with assault or offering my family details to Islamic organisations breached laws prohibiting the use of a carriage service to harass, menace or cause offence.

A ‘Gay Liaison’ Officer deemed the emails to be ‘free speech in the context of our relationship’.

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Lest we whatever
Apr24

Lest we whatever

Australian politicians have allowed the enemy in. Yet tomorrow they’ll go to a dawn service and pledge their support for veterans – and probably get a photo or two with the rainbow wreathes now set to invade Anzac Day.

I don’t think we’re winning this war and sometimes I wonder whether there’s any point anyway…

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Remembering Hedley Thomas
Apr21

Remembering Hedley Thomas

In the lead up to Anzac Day, Hedley Thomas should be remembered as an Australian warrior. Both in Vietnam and at home.

I am grateful for his support to this website. It was Hedley who first drew my attention to Mona Shindy…

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Off to the High Court (twice)
Apr06

Off to the High Court (twice)

Thanks to your support and assistance, I have filed an application to appeal the CDF’s decision to sack me for my conservative political beliefs and also began work defending an appeal from Garry Burns and NSW. Both matters are now in the High Court.

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What does Islam have to do with abortion?
Mar22

What does Islam have to do with abortion?

A nation that has lost the confidence to have its own children will never withstand Islam…

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