Sell the ABC and save Fairfax
May04

Sell the ABC and save Fairfax

The ABC is killing independent left-wing journalism.

Fairfax will die unless the ABC is sold. That’s why all conservatives should sign the petition to sell the ABC.

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All of a sudden Triggs finds the delete button
Nov23

All of a sudden Triggs finds the delete button

There’s nothing like a racial vilification complaint by a white man against an Aboriginal woman to help Gillian Triggs work out how to dismiss complaints…

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A do nothing government
Aug22

A do nothing government

Turnbull leads a do nothing government that takes its orders from the ABC instead of Australians.

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Your ABC inaction
Jan09

Your ABC inaction

Defence has been hit by two scandals exposing it allegations of political bias over the last week.

The ABC has only reported one. I wonder why?

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We are at war and it is time to act
Nov14

We are at war and it is time to act

We did nothing after Charlie Hebdo. Today’s new Paris terror attacks have one clear message: if you do nothing to stop Islam, it only gets worse.

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LGBTQandA: Feel the diversity and love
Jun19

LGBTQandA: Feel the diversity and love

The homosexual movement claims to be about love and tolerance.

That claim is a lie.

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Spinning a lazy yarn: the media ‘forgets’ to report the real Elise Chapman petition story
Mar02

Spinning a lazy yarn: the media ‘forgets’ to report the real Elise Chapman petition story

The media is only interested in reporting the petition against Elise Chapman, even though the pro-Elise Chapman petition has far more support.

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The ABC and the virtue of hypocrisy
Nov11

The ABC and the virtue of hypocrisy

Aren’t we lucky to have Aunty ABC. It’s renowned for its objectivity in reporting and unbiased manner. And that is why its approach to two similar stories is starkly different. When Barilla Pasta hit the headlines recently for refusing to advertise its food with pictures of homosexual men and their surrogate children, the ABC report gave the gay militants a good run. A very good run. Online petitions in Europe were mentioned. Three of...

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Acknowledging Hanrahan’s contribution to climate change science
Apr01

Acknowledging Hanrahan’s contribution to climate change science

It’s a little known fact that the first climate change scientist was an Australian man by the name of Hanrahan. Hanrahan lived a century ago and hailed from regional New South Wales. As a farmer, Hanrahan was acutely aware of the impact the changing climate wrought on his livelihood and was well placed to raise his concerns. If makes little difference if the motivation for his research was to save the world (which it was not) or to...

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Abortion: the political death of Mary Wooldridge
Mar03

Abortion: the political death of Mary Wooldridge

Apparently, Mary Wooldridge was a future leadership prospect within the Victorian Liberal Party – a “premieral” foetus, one might say. And then some mean, nasty and hateful people terminated her, pulling apart her political ambition bit by bit and ejecting it unceremoniously into the bin labelled “Hazardous Waste – Do not touch”. What a pity. The weeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth from the pro-abortion crowd has filled the air and...

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