Category Archives: Conservative politics

Too smart for their own good

This post got me thinking about something I have noticed for quite some time: Why the smartest people can make the dumbest mistakes. Before going on let me take you to the heart of it. As you will see, the … Continue reading

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CPAC Day 3

Another great day. Serious coaching on planning and executing campaigns, not a non-left strong point. The good news is that all the presentations will be sent out for circulation to people who gave particulars on the spot and they can … Continue reading

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CPAC Australia Day 2

Just a brief post before I put my weary bones to bed after a night of carousing, conservatively, at the end of the second very full day of the very first Australian Conservative Political Action Conference. So overloaded with interest … Continue reading

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Kristina Keneally wins CPAC Award

Senator Kristina Keneally has sensationally taken out the inaugural Australian CPAC Promotion Award for the person who has done the most to promote the conference.This was a popular decision. The assembly greeted the announcement with tumultuous applause. Ms Keneally was … Continue reading

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Sinc vs the mob

  At CPAC Sinc is on stage following Renee Gorman and downstairs a mob is banging on the glass doors. A strong contingent of boys in blue is on site. Nigel Farage was sensational!!!

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CPAC Australia first day an astonishing success

The first day of Australia’s first Conservative Political Action Conference was an astonishing success. I cannot tell you what a satisfying day it was, full of interest and surprise, even where I didn’t expect to be surprised. I will only … Continue reading

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Trump ad focused on The Squad

First PDT says it, most people then say, no way these people are such barbaric scum, and then they say it themselves proving that yes, they are indeed as barbaric scum as they sound. The assumption behind the ad is … Continue reading

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Position Vacant: Liberal Premier of South Australia

As reported in yesterday’s The Australian:   “South Australian Premier Steven Marshall remains on the hunt for a new governor, with his preferred candidate a female with links to the Liberal Party’s moderate faction, sources say.” Seems to me the … Continue reading

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Globalisation is well on the way to bringing us to ruin

This is an exceptionally good article by Peter Smith at Quadrant Online whose title provides little insight into what is to come: In Determined Pursuit of Unhappiness. It’s about the way in which our political class is attempting to demonstrate … Continue reading

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CHQ Insider: Morrison just won the equivalent of a Big Bash cricket match

Scott Morrison came into office unexpectedly in August 2018, threw together a staff, patched up the ministry, and cobbled together a minority government. His makeshift team won, thanks to Morrison’s 150 not out. Frydenberg scored a quick 25, Melissa Price … Continue reading

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