A Queensland senator has accused the World Wildlife Foundation of running a campaign against beef farmers under the veil of sustainability.
US Ambassador to Libya being dragged through the streets before being publicly sodomised and then murdered.... and who are those who have taken to the streets in protest? Who said "sorry"? Ms Clinton said sorry.... "We had nothing to do with that despicable video."
Police in Melbourne are preparing for the worst ahead of a planned Muslim protest on Sunday, with fears that it could be taken over by violent activists.
The federal lower house has voted down a bill on same-sex marriage, sparking a positive reaction from the Australian Christian Lobby.
Normally complacent Australians are using social network to display a level of anger not seen before. Phone lines are jammed to the shock jocks and they are demanding to be heard. There is frustration that a peaceful demonstration organised to protest at Islamic violence has been stopped by Police.
An Indonesian people smuggler has been given leave to appeal after he was jailed for a mandatory minimum three years.
A lecture on the anti-Islam video Innocence of Muslims by controversial Sheik Feiz Mohammed has been cancelled.
Shadow treasurer Joe Hockey has warned there is a "time bomb" in the federal budget because of "reckless expenditure".
On recent trips to Europe it was hard not to notice cultural globalisation. There were the normal Pakistani, Indian, Sudanese, Bangladeshi etc suburbs. None was a ghetto. There was one suburb missing. It was a Negro suburb. “Why is that?”, I thought to myself. Then it became obvious...of course, they had assimilated.
Federal Treasurer Wayne Swan says there's no basis to media reports the government will top up the wages of low-paid childcare workers.
Former prime minister Kevin Rudd says he's pleased the federal government is doing better in the opinion polls.
Reading from a prepared script in Bankstown little 8yo Ruqaya held no fear for her parents’ views.She called for all children to rise in Jihad against the enemy of Islam and establish a global government of strict Sharia law.
Leaders of Islamic communities in Sydney and Melbourne this morning called for restraint. “A tiny radical element within our movement has acted without our authority and it is unacceptable. Both sides including the Police should show restraint. We will instruct that no further demonstrations be carried out in the near future.”
Muslim leaders in Sydney have urged people to avoid protests until the furore over Saturday's riotous demonstration has died down.
The Taliban has taken to Twitter to declare the rogue Afghan soldier who shot three Australian diggers a hero on the day of one of their funerals.
The Press apologists for Islamic extremism use an interesting word: “Counterproductive."