Category Archives: Federal Politics

The LGTBI Waffen Never Sleeps

Is it just me, or do you get the feeling that we’re being followed by the LGTBI lobby and its brigade of extreme activists? As I logged into TMR the other week, an interesting little strip came across the top … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Issues, Ethics and morality, Federal Politics | Tagged , , | 141 Comments

Pissheads at the RBA

Now I’m not a big of the RBA – I’d outsource most of it and shut down the rest – but some stories are a tad over the top. TAXPAYERS have been slugged a $166,000 booze bill over the last … Continue reading

Posted in Budget | 54 Comments

I knew they were out to lunch …

… but had no idea how truly out of it they are. From the front page of today’s AFR. Liberal MPs despairing at the mounting crises plaguing the government are starting to question the political judgment of the Prime Minister’s … Continue reading

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Australia Surrenders its Democracy, Sovereignty & Independence Part 1

An Introduction & Chronology of Agenda 21 in Australia Graham Williamson Agenda 21 – a brief introduction. Agenda 21, or the Agenda for the 21st century, is a detailed United Nations designed and controlled program, agreed to at the Rio … Continue reading

Posted in Federal Politics, Guest Post, International | 30 Comments

I’m going to have to find a better class of fish wrap

There I was wrapping the fish when this column by Greg Sheridan caught my eye: All credit to Turnbull for trying to seal deal with a troubled Trump. I gave you my view a couple of days ago but this … Continue reading

Posted in Federal Politics, International | 52 Comments

He says and does in private what he says and does in public

You may be sure the Administrative State is hunting through everything they can get their hands on – which includes pretty well everything that exists – to find something, anything, that will discredit Donald Trump. And the most remarkable result … Continue reading

Posted in American politics, Federal Politics | 56 Comments

Shorten Attacks Business Class

Bill Shorten appears committed to destroying Australia’s middle and aspirational classes. His latest ill-conceived attack on discretionary trusts makes this abundantly clear. Tax minimisation is not a crime Simply put, among other things, trusts allow those running their own business … Continue reading

Posted in Economics on the left, Federal Politics, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | 36 Comments

Is it on?

As a group of moderate MPs called for a conscience vote on gay marriage as early as next week, senior Liberals told the Herald Sun they will move a spill motion on Mr Turnbull’s leadership if his government breaks its election promise and … Continue reading

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The Parliament is a cesspool of foreigners

Who needs pay-TV when we have “Canberra”. For what it’s worth I think Malcolm Roberts is gone. Senator Roberts’ fate hinges on whether he was ever a British citizen, which he is refusing to disclose, and whether he took all … Continue reading

Posted in Federal Politics | 123 Comments

How indirect is indirect?

Recently the High Court ruled that Bob Day was ineligible to be a Senator because he had an indirect pecuniary interest in the Commonwealth. The Liberals choose to bring that action and were successful in having Bob Day disqualified. So … Continue reading

Posted in Federal Politics | 59 Comments