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Peace Be Upon All

March 24, 2019 - 19:30 -- Admin

By Khaled-Oula Elomar This is what I had to experience Thursday night 21st March 2019. After a very long day in Melbourne attending an all-day Project workshop, this is what I had to endure on my return flight home. Before I start, let me warn you that this story will hurt you, frustrate you and…

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The NSW Result, Mark Latham And Why This Means That We’ll Have A Terrible PM After May!

March 24, 2019 - 18:30 -- Admin

Ok, first things first. I’m not advising that anyone bet on politics, but the media have a vested interest in telling us that elections will be close because they want us to get interested in the coverage. In Victoria last year, the media was telling us that it would be close, but some betting markets…

What’s that smell?

March 24, 2019 - 17:30 -- Admin

For two years from May 1987 Tony Fitzgerald QC turned a spotlight and then a fire hose on the corrupt Queensland Country Party regime of Joh Bjelke-Peterson, his henchmen and his blue-uniformed partners in crime. Four ministers were jailed, numerous coppers were convicted and the shop-soiled shyster himself was charged with perjury, narrowly escaping a stretch of porridge. While…

Disinviting Jordan Peterson: The Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge and Approved Ideas

March 24, 2019 - 14:30 -- Admin

He has sent so many cliques and groups into titters of anger, and the indignant have attempted to turn on him. The university environment should be the last place where dangerous ideas, and views, are stifled and stomped upon. In actual fact, we are seeing the reverse; from students’ unions to middle and upper-managerial parasites…

Let’s talk about jobs and how the baby boomers could help

March 24, 2019 - 14:25 -- Admin

A few days ago, the monthly Labour Force survey for February was released and the news raised some concerns. Over the month, the number of unemployed persons increased by 1,800. On seasonally adjusted figures, there was a decrease of 7,300 persons in full-time employment. Monthly hours worked increased by 1.9% over the past year, which…


March 24, 2019 - 12:30 -- Admin

By RosemaryJ36   Recently I am beginning to understand why people become so frustrated when need for action is denied, that they self-immolate. With the increasing recognition of the effects of global warming being voiced in the media, it is clear that the world collectively is not doing enough to slow the process down, let alone…

NSW State Election: Let the Economic Debate About the Sustainability of Strident Neoliberalism Continue

March 24, 2019 - 11:28 -- Admin

By Denis Bright   Premier Berejiklian has confounded the final pre-election Newspoll to achieve an effective working majority in the NSW Legislative Assembly. Even in the less than likely absence of an absolute majority of 47 LNP members, Premier Berejiklian can seek endorsement from the conservative independents from the seats of Sydney and Lake Macquarie. It…

Dogwhistling? Me? Never!

March 23, 2019 - 17:42 -- Admin

Press release from Scott Morrison Monday 27th February 2012 “Typhoid cases on latest boats highlight the risk of Labor’s border failures” The confirmation of two cases of typhoid for asylum seekers on recent illegal boat arrivals to Christmas Island highlights again the risks and consequences of Labor’s failed border protection policies, Shadow Minister for Immigration…

Yo-yo Morrison And The Ups-And-Downs Of Making A Decision!

March 22, 2019 - 19:44 -- Admin

Remember when Milo Yiannopoulos was banned, then he was personally approved by that “lefty” David Coleman before being banned again. (Our Immigration Minister was referred to by Yiannopoulos as a “lefty”… That’s David Coleman, in case you didn’t know…)  I guess there’d be more commentary in the media if it weren’t for the fact that…