Category Archives: Sink the Fink

Big Brother should watch you

Here is a letter from Labor MP Michael Danby to the AFR: When it comes to detecting and defeating the threat of terrorism, what do conservatives really want? (“Security more than a matter of trust”, June 14.) Whenever a terrorist … Continue reading

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Support the battle for free speech

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A victory for free speech

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James Paterson on Conroy’s media laws

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Letting Citizen Conroy know

Join Senator Scott Ryan, Senator Mitch Fifield, MLC Bernie Finn and other freedom fighters for a Free Speech Rally outside Senator Stephen Conroy’s electorate office! 17 Mason St, Newport, Victoria This Sunday at 1pm.

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Craig Thomson’s vote – Labor’s media control

Christopher Pyne’s announcement that the Coalition will not ‘accept’ Craig Thomson’s vote to overturn Conroy’s new media control legislation seems rather odd. I can understand the Coalition providing a pair for any positive action – eg a vote of no-confidence in … Continue reading

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Treating Conroy with the contempt he has earned again

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Malcolm Turnbull on Citizen Conroy’s media plans

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Silencing dissent (3)

Well at last Senator Conroy has proved Clive Hamilton right. I think the book followed this 2004 Australia Institute paper. From the foreword by Robert Manne For over a decade, the Howard government has found ways to silence its critics, one … Continue reading

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Treating Conroy with the contempt he has earned

Magnificent. Well done. (HT: Grahame Lynch)

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