Category Archives: Politics

Scott Morrison made Instapundit!

I thought this was one of the most on-the-money posts I’ve seen at Instapundit: Denying the sky is blue because Orange Man Bad. This was some of it: Yes, America is only 243 years old. But by the same token … Continue reading

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So tell us what you really think

Posted in Libertarians don't live by argument alone, Politics | 16 Comments

How dare you

Okay – this is very good.  

Posted in Global warming and climate change policy, Politics | 57 Comments


Scott Morrison gave an interesting speech to the Lowy Institute last night.  I particularly enjoyed this comment: Only a national government, especially one accountable through the ballot box and the rule of law, can define its national interests. We can … Continue reading

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Watching Westminster burn

The UK Supreme Court has ruled that proroguing the Parliament was unlawful. The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom has issued a sensational and damning ruling that Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted illegally in suspending parliament for five weeks. There … Continue reading

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Robo-debt and Tyranny

So here is an interesting thing – the government is being sued. The occasion was the announcement at Parliament House by Western Bulldogs president Peter Gordon that his law firm Gordon Legal will be launching a class action on behalf … Continue reading

Posted in Oppressive government, Politics, Rule of law, Taxation, Wasteful Spending | 56 Comments

Dont mention the inflated cost of infrastructure. Or power prices!

Two fascinating pieces on page 4 of The Aust this morning. One was about Setka’s unpopularity in parts of the labor movement and the other continuing the front page piece on public spending the revive the economy. I expected something … Continue reading

Posted in Economics and economy, Politics, Rafe | 17 Comments

The million dollar question no one could answer

Last week “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” was filmed in Melbourne and this was the Million-Dollar question: Who is the Victorian Leader of the Opposition? Well the contestant who had known everything else didn’t know so he asked the … Continue reading

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The best airplane book ever

Bought a pre-publication copy at Freedomfest, even had it signed, and then read it all the way home. But that wasn’t what was so extraordinary. No matter who I sat next to, so soon as they had seen the title, … Continue reading

Posted in Books and writing, Politics, Socialism | 14 Comments

“We are the party of the people. We are the party of the many.”

Wow! To which I might add this: Delingpole: Boris’s Brexit Cabinet Is the Soundest Since Margaret Thatcher.

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