Stop the boats? It’s working swimmingly!
Feb18

Stop the boats? It’s working swimmingly!

Tony Abbott’s policy of stopping the boats is going swimmingly. And the Left hates it. They would prefer for Australia’s government to completely neglect its responsibility to protect our borders. Instead, under the deceitful claim of compassion, the Left would welcome in those who seek to destroy our nation. They are living in a land of fantasy, fuelled by negative emotion. It starts with self-loathing. The Left hate themselves. Then...

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Spare us from Christine Forster
Dec03

Spare us from Christine Forster

As the High Court sits today to ponder the insane arguments of the marriage equality crowd, it’s also worthwhile pondering the qualifications of the leading proponents of homosexual marriage. But let’s just stick with insanity for a sec. The ACT is arguing that its marriage equality laws are legal because gay marriage is not the same as real marriage. Yup. Insanity. And so much for marriage equality. Clearly, it’s not that at all. It...

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The Governor-General, the media and general stupidity
Nov25

The Governor-General, the media and general stupidity

I would like to thank the Governor-General for making it abundantly clear that she is unfit for her role. She did it in grand style over the weekend, throwing her support behind two failed causes that those she governs have rejected demonstrably at the ballot box: the destruction of marriage and the destruction of our constitutional monarchy. The Governor-General informed us via the ABC (no surprises there) that she hoped Australia...

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Abbott: ticking the controversial boxes early
Nov15

Abbott: ticking the controversial boxes early

Today, Online Opinion has published a piece I have written regarding the Abbott government’s early approach to controversial issues. In a nutshell, the new Prime Minister is doing as much as he needs to do, not as much as he should do. In the absence of any credible political threat on the right, all the Liberal & National parties need to do to keep faith with conservative voters is be less ‘progressive’ than...

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The Governor-General should resign
Oct14

The Governor-General should resign

The Governor-General, the Honourable Quentin Bryce AC CVO, has offered to resign now that her son-in-law, Bill Shorten, is the opposition leader. This was the right thing for the Governor-General to do. The Governor-General holds the highest public office in Australia. It is a position of enormous discretionary power, although it has only been exercised rarely in our nation’s history. The constitutional crisis of 1975 was a period of...

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The scandal of Tony Abbott: liberal Catholic par excellence
Oct08

The scandal of Tony Abbott: liberal Catholic par excellence

This post is provided by a lawyer and it is a must read for those – expecially Catholics – who wish to know the truth about our Catholic Prime Minister. Some may question why I have been so critical of Tony Abbott, especially when he appears to be a much better alternative to either Kevin Rudd or Julia Gillard. I would answer that appearances are deceptive. Two points need to be highlighted stongly about our new leader....

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Getting a straight answer on gay marriage
Sep04

Getting a straight answer on gay marriage

There is one big social issue being bandied about at this election. Should gay and lesbian couples be recognised by the government and should it be called marriage. It might have already been a big, throbbing political issue but Kevin Rudd thrust it into the spotlight at the start of the campaign. So we know Kevin Rudd and Labor say yes – the government should recognise same-sex relationships and it should be called marriage. The...

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Tony supports legalised abortion and it’s time to take him on his word
Sep03

Tony supports legalised abortion and it’s time to take him on his word

Tony Abbott doesn’t think abortion is a political issue. He made this statement while out on the campaign trail with a pro-abortion Liberal candidate running in the most marginal seat in Australia. Given the circumstances, one can’t help but feel that Mr Abbott is wrong in his assessment on what constitutes a political issue. It is clearly an election issue, otherwise the media wouldn’t have questioned him on it while he was out and...

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Blood and money, Australian style
Aug20

Blood and money, Australian style

At worst, Jenny Macklin is a liar. At best, she is just incompetent and completely unaware what kinds of cash her government department is throwing around. Either way, she does not deserve to be the Minister for Families. That’s because she has again denied the fact that her department, which supposedly exists to help families, is actually paying out great wads of tax-payer cash to parents who kill their children. The latest denial...

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