Labor’s real pain is to come
May24

Labor’s real pain is to come

Labor might have lost the election. But the real pain is yet to come.

The party will face division as it seeks to maintain inner-city Green seats while dating One Nation voters.

Get the popcorn ready.

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The real election factor? Fear
May21

The real election factor? Fear

Labor and the Green left scared the hell out of Australians during the campaign.

Not just with their anti-job agenda. But by telling Australians they should be sacked for expressing their opinions…

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Electing Humpty Dumpty
May17

Electing Humpty Dumpty

If we elect Bill Shorten we’ll be ruled by Humpty Dumpty – who acknowledged that restricting speech and arbitrarily redefining words was all about mastery over all.

It will break Australia.

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NSW voters were lazy & now they’ll pay – don’t make the same mistake
May08

NSW voters were lazy & now they’ll pay – don’t make the same mistake

Conservative voters left their brains in neutral in the NSW election.

So vegan activists scraped over the line instead of conservative politicians.

Don’t be like NSW voters.

Preference.

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Milo’s not great but the ‘conservative’ Coalition is worse
Mar08

Milo’s not great but the ‘conservative’ Coalition is worse

The word conservative is bandied about far to freely.

Milo is not the saviour he or his followers think he is.

And the Coalition is even worse: it is not prepared to defend freedom at all…

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International Women’s Day: Recognising Julie Bishop’s shoes
Mar08

International Women’s Day: Recognising Julie Bishop’s shoes

This International Women’s Day, we must recognise the Julie Bishop’s greatest contribution to Australian politics: her red high heels.

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The budget: a Social Credit perspective
May11

The budget: a Social Credit perspective

The structural financial problems faced by Australia are not addressed by any political parties.

Professor Oliver Heydorn raises two key issues that should have been addressed in the latest budget…

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The national security risk will only come if Pyne’s claim is not investigated.
Nov20

The national security risk will only come if Pyne’s claim is not investigated.

Security clearance vetting checks sexual behaviour to determine trust and extortion risks.

So if Pyne’s claim that his ‘gay porn’ Twitter hack is untrue it does not magically make the Defence Industry Minister’s national security problems go away…

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A mess of foreign origin
Nov09

A mess of foreign origin

As best I can make out, foreign nations now have the power to decide who can run for our parliament.

This is not a solution to the citizenship crisis.

Ending dual citizenship is…

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Malcolm Turnbull’s rainbow adventure
Aug04

Malcolm Turnbull’s rainbow adventure

Malcolm Turnbull is being destroyed by his own ‘progressives’.

The Liberal gay mafia are well on their way to destroying the party…

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