Tim Wilson’s ideas are dangerous.
He launched Safe Schools in New South Wales and if he had his way, Australia would recognise Islamic marriages. I guess it’s no surprise that he’s now being described as a conservative by the Liberal Party.
Cate McGregor had a hell of a hissy fit on Australia Day.
Happily, the Australian Liberty Alliance has helped him vent.
The Australian Liberty Alliance held its first meeting in Queensland last night on the Gold Coast.
This is my speech.
I am honoured to be the Australian Liberty Alliance Senate candidate for Queensland.
This is the speech I gave at the party’s launch.
The Prime Minister is proposing to crack down on ideas that come from Islam by policing them with tougher anti-discrimination measures.
As an idea, it’s right up there with bungee-jumping without the bungee.
This election really is one big fraud. On one side, we have smiling Kevin Rudd. The hero of the Labor Party. On the other, we have Tony Abbott and his speedos. The next Prime Minister. And even though most people can’t stand either and would invite neither to a backyard barbeque, they will still vote for one or the other of them. True, more will vote for Abbott and there will be a change of government. But not much will really change....
The Liberal Party takes pro-life votes and then abuses them. The Liberal Party has consistently done nothing to address abortion laws in Australia.
It’s time for the weekly update on who has been a goose. And there has been so much goosey behaviour this week. It’s almost too hard to choose. Eddie McGuire and Adam Goodes could both have taken top spot, but yes, they have even been displaced in the goosiness stakes. Unfortunately, it seems like a flock of geese has descended upon Australia in recent days. So here goes… Number 3 – Sam de Brito Sam De Brito...
Everyone has an agenda or bias. That is a fact of human nature. I certainly do. I stand for Catholicism and its truth and beauty. If you think you will find support for something other than that on this webpage then you will be sorely disappointed. Journalists also have an agenda as well. And, collectively, it is profoundly left of centre. A survey of political allegiance amongst journalists has found that the overwhelming majority of...
Australians love the underdog – the plucky bloke who battles against the odds – especially if he comes back from personal tragedy. But as the saying goes, Aussies want the mug to have a shot as well. Yesterday Kevin Rudd was the punter who failed to fight. His credibility is now in tatters. And history has been shaped against him. Before the farce, Rudd was favourably viewed in the ‘what-if’ scenarios. What if Rudd was leader? What if...