The truth trumps feel-good laws
Apr04

The truth trumps feel-good laws

There has been all sorts of utter stupidity uttered since the proposed amendments to the Racial Discrimination Act were outlined. First, Australia’s Attorney General, George “Own Goal” Brandis, thundered in the Senate that people have a right to be a bigot, even as he introduced amendments that aim to improve debate. I’ve often wondered what side George Brandis is on, but it increasingly appears that it’s not mine. Brandis is...

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An old cliché: Labor supports family values
Mar27

An old cliché: Labor supports family values

If you lie with dogs, then you’ll wake up with fleas. It’s a saying that the Australian Labor Party likes to ignore. And to it’s own political peril too. Labor does not just sleep with dogs. It wallows in the dirtiest and filthiest fringes of the Australian political spectrum. If Craig Thomson was not enough to prove that this party’s supposed love of family values was nothing more than a hollow joke, then the Group Voting...

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Real compassion: a border protection policy that works

Apparently, there’s no compassion in a border protection policy that works. But there is more compassion in a failed joke of a policy that saw our nation’s borders left wide open while over 1000 people died while scrambling across the sea to get in. The Fairfax and ABC journalists are frothing at the mouth about compassion in every second article. But it is just a meaningless word. The fact is this: they want...

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AFA: Homosexual marriage cost LNP Griffith
Feb13

AFA: Homosexual marriage cost LNP Griffith

The Australian Family Association has issued a press release stating that the LNP’s Dr Bill Glasson lost the Griffith by-election due to his support for homosexual marriage. It certainly has merit and I have republished it in full below. There can be no doubt that Dr Glasson’s decision to adopt the same radical social policies as his Labor competitors reduced his appeal among conservative voters. Even in an urban seat like...

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Tony Abbott, Malcolm Turnbull & the Griffith by-election
Feb03

Tony Abbott, Malcolm Turnbull & the Griffith by-election

Tony Abbott, more than any other person in this wide, bronzed land, will be hoping that the rather dull affair known as the Griffith by-election will follow the script of Australian political history this Saturday. The script is that governments never win by-elections, especially when the seat is held by the opposition. Okay, it’s not exactly never. It’s happened once federally and that was way back in 1920. Tony Abbott will be...

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