The Press apologists for Islamic extremism use an interesting word: “Counterproductive."
Liberal Senator Connie Fierravanti-Wells says Muslim migrants not happy in Australia should consider returning home.
The Gillard Government has given over $10 million of our taxes to the Islamic cause. Hard to believe? Here are just a few recipients:
A Labor senator who has a transgender partner says it's not right that the laws of Australia discriminate against same-sex marriage.
Many countries have banned the immigration of those who promote the annihilation of their hosts. It seems a reasonable thing for governments to protect its people. But not for our government. I was appalled to see that Gillard approves of a visa for a person who promotes terrorism. Has political correctness completely gone mad?
UK Islamic activist Taji Mustafa, an advocate for the destruction of Israel, addressed a gathering of 500 people at the annual conference of the radical Islamic group Hizb ut-Tahrir (HUT) at Bankstown in Sydney this weekend.
Federal Labor's primary vote continues to rise, as unrest over the carbon price's impact subsides and voters question budget cuts by the states.
Julia Gillard issued a rallying cry to Queensland's Labor faithful this morning at a Queensland Labor Conference, urging them to use the public anger about Campbell Newman's job cuts to campaign against Tony Abbott....
Australia is witnessing the tip of a sleeping Islam we didn’t want to believe was here. One stupid little film lights the fuse of a base dogma we have so far been able to ignore. We will ignore it no longer.
Social media Facebook has been used to rally protesters for a violent demonstration in Sydney's CBD against an anti-Islam film.
Eight people face charges after six police were injured when protesters clashed with officers in the Sydney CBD during a rally against an anti-Islam film.
But all terrorists are Muslims. We can offer them assimilation and they will not accept it. We assume we can detect the moderate from the radical when we cannot.
Queensland Labor Party state secretary Anthony Chisholm says the party's new threat is coming in the form of Katter's Australian Party.
Queensland's government is keen to hear all views on uranium mining, saying a generation has never contributed to the debate.
The Commonwealth Bank has reached a resolution with ASIC over the collapse of Storm Financial, but will continue to defend a class action by clients.