In 52 days we choose…
May11

In 52 days we choose…

In 52 days we’ll get the government we deserve because it will be the government we choose.

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The budget: buying other people’s votes with your money
May04

The budget: buying other people’s votes with your money

Over the next 12 months, Australians will pay more than $16 billion servicing Commonwealth debt.

And last night, the Turnbull government announced that it will increase that debt by almost $40 billion.

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Malcolm Bligh Turnbull: A profile in treachery*
Oct12

Malcolm Bligh Turnbull: A profile in treachery*

Malcolm Turnbull has cheered the Greens and the Labor Party. But conservative Australians are as unimpressed now as they were a month ago.

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Stupid is as stupid does: the Australian Defence Force ordered to recruit Muslims
Mar04

Stupid is as stupid does: the Australian Defence Force ordered to recruit Muslims

The Assistant Minister for Defence, Stuart Robert, has informed parliament that he’s ordered the Australian Defence Force to recruit more Muslims.

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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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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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What does Bob Katter want with Katter’s Australian Party
May17

What does Bob Katter want with Katter’s Australian Party

Katter’s Australian Party has electoral promise. No doubt about that. You don’t win two seats and secure 13.7 per cent of the vote at a state election without a fair degree of popular support. Even The Greens have struggled to achieve that level of electoral success. The problem is, however, that Katter’s Australian Party (KAP) has squandered its opportunity to form a stable organisation that can build into the future. Since the...

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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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Statement: Bernard Gaynor resigns from Katter’s Australian Party over abortion silence
Feb20

Statement: Bernard Gaynor resigns from Katter’s Australian Party over abortion silence

I have today resigned from Katter’s Australian Party because its leadership has failed to live up to the values of the party. Katter’s Australian Party’s constitution states that “laws concerning children must be made in the best interests of children”. As every abortion takes the life of a child, the party cannot be silent on this issue. It must defend life, especially when called upon to do so in the media and by like-minded...

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