I’ve been busy preparing for my legal challenge to the constitutional validity of anti-free speech laws in New South Wales and so haven’t been writing much lately.
But you’ll never guess who popped up in high heels the other day. It could not go without comment…
After the spectacular failure of the Navy’s political Twitter account, DEFGLIS must be treading warily.
This political lobby group is on borrowed time and its inappropriate and offensive use of Defence to promote homosexual political agendas will soon be over.
Defence Minister Marise Payne is opposed to political activity in the military.
Except when it comes to attacks on the Australian Liberty Alliance and Tony Abbott.
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?
The Chief of Navy has punished Captain Mona Shindy by sending her off to study a masters in politics.
The year is only one week old and already Conservative Australia has claimed two scalps.
It’s a great start to what will be a very busy year fighting back for our values.
Last Friday the Federal Court overturned the former Chief of Defence Force’s decision to terminate my appointment as an officer in the Australian Army Reserve.
There are many people I must thank for their support over the last three years. I am now looking forward to working with the Australian Army to see the Court’s decision put into effect without delay.
First Defence appointed an imam that publicly supports Hizb ut Tahrir.
Now the Navy’s Islamic Advisor claims the government should provide more mosques.
Apparently, the military would be more capable if it opened its doors to a community that fights for the enemy.