Julia Gillard’s Baby Bonus
Jun25

Julia Gillard’s Baby Bonus

Our society is paying $5000 to parents who abort their children – provided they do so after the child has reached 20 weeks’ gestation.

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The truth is that the Liberals support abortion – just like Labor
Jun12

The truth is that the Liberals support abortion – just like Labor

The Liberal Party takes pro-life votes and then abuses them. The Liberal Party has consistently done nothing to address abortion laws in Australia.

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Feminism scorned
May29

Feminism scorned

The ink has barely dried on the millions of Mother’s Day Cards handed over by little hands across Australia. Yet the major parties have already forgotten about the most important mothers in our country – the ones who sacrifice everything to personally raise their children. That’s right. I’m talking about the humble stay-at-home mum. She is not well regarded by the elite, the media or the major political parties. This is not...

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Some things just hang around like a bad smell
May22

Some things just hang around like a bad smell

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...

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Geese of the Week – 17 May
May17

Geese of the Week – 17 May

It’s time for the weekly update of goosey behaviour.   Number 3 – Graham Richardson It’s strange but I kind of like Graham Richardson. I think it’s because he is always attacking Julia Gillard, so it glosses over the stuff that would normally make me consider him to be a top class goose. But he has let himself down this week. He’s written in The Oz that he was dumbfounded by the public response to...

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A brutal weapon and a silent target
Apr29

A brutal weapon and a silent target

RU-486. It sounds like a military-grade weapon housed in an old Soviet-style arsenal. And, given that its effects are bloody, deadly for the intended target and often involve collateral damage against ‘unintended’ victims, it might as well be described as a weapon. However, any army using this weapon would be guilty of committing war crimes on a horrific scale. Generally speaking, civilised societies are opposed to...

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Syria is Australia’s ticking time bomb
Apr23

Syria is Australia’s ticking time bomb

Last week I was accused of using the Boston bombings to whip up hysteria about Islam with this post (http://bernardgaynor.com.au/asio-terror/). However, you will find no mention of the Boston bombings anywhere within it. That is because it was not about Boston. And I’m sure those ‘average American youths’ have done a good enough job of raising concerns about Islamic violence by their own hand without anyone needing to point the finger...

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Twitter hate gets Gillard all wrong
Apr08

Twitter hate gets Gillard all wrong

It’s apparent there is a lot more hate in the Twittersphere than in the real world. The daily expression of anger and vitriol would make Hitler proud. But just like the Fuhrer was all wrong, so is Twitter hate. It’s unhealthy, mostly directed towards the wrong objects (like me) and it just doesn’t match the real dislikes expressed in the real world. You can see it more clearly by looking at the crazy things that people admit to liking...

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Labor: There’s Rudd on the Floor
Mar22

Labor: There’s Rudd on the Floor

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...

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I would rather go to jail
Feb22

I would rather go to jail

The senate committee report into Nicola Roxon’s already failed anti-discrimination legislation is now proposing religious organisations lose protections allowing them to operate on the basis of their faith. It recommends that religious schools no longer be permitted to only hire teachers who practice their faith. It does not even mention religious hospitals, which would then face huge legal and government pressure to provide...

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