Alan Jones, who follows a conservative line on most issues, remains an unrelenting target for Labor in its attempt to regain lost electoral ground.
A close friend of mine once encountered a man of Bayley’s ilk.
This man broke into my friend's home in Sydney and raped his mother in front of his 10 year old sister and 4 year old brother. My friend was not home at the time.
This man then brutally murdered the two children in front of their bound mother, then murdered the mother. This man, too, was on parole. After his incarceration for this offence he escaped and promptly raped two 17 year old girls. He was imprisoned again. He was then allowed to send the two distraught girls a Xmas card each.There is no relief for my friend because this man continuously applies for further parole requiring submissions from the family and reopening fresh wounds that can’t ever heal. There is a sick delight for these type of people in antagonising their victims while enjoyably re-living the details of their crimes. Requests for legal/political correctness fall on deaf earsIf the ridiculous notion that the Bayleys of this world could ever be set free to murder again, it would be me who would be promptly charged with murder, and with no regrets, because this man’s face is tattooed on my brain.
His name is Cribb. My Friend’s name is Garry.
Woolworths and others need to decide who they are responsible to: Shareholders or politically correct bleeding hearts. Because they will be scurrying back to the Alan Jones’ program accepting a worse deal than before.
Facebook has refused to delete social networking sites expressing anger at the accused killer of Jill Meagher. Attorneys General are meeting to formulate plans to control what is considered a threat to the judicial process.
Federal Labor has drawn the coalition's ire by saying Alan Jones' offensive comments reflect an environment created by the opposition.
Facebook is yet to comply with a Victoria Police request to remove sites inciting hatred and violence in response to the death of Jill Meagher.
The family of Irish-born ABC radio employee Jill Meagher say they can't describe their devastation as a man stands accused of her rape and murder.
The Macquarie Bank and the Bank of Queensland have denied they were "knowingly concerned in the operation" of Storm Fiancial's unregistered scheme.
He hasn’t sat in the Speakers Chair for almost 200 days but has managed to bill taxpayers for $173k in overseas trips and entertaining expenses.
That’s not what you’ll need boys, it’s what you’ll get if you can turn on the lesbian daughter of a Hong Kong Businessman.
Many of the asylum seekers transferred to Nauru are shocked to find themselves there, the Salvation Army says.
Former Labor leader Mark Latham says no-one can blame the Gillard government for engaging in a turkey shoot about Tony Abbott's past.
Now I wonder why that would be. Perhaps the competing nations for a UN seat have taken an interest?
Prime Minister Julia Gillard has stepped onto the world stage in her last opportunity to rally support for Australia's UN Security Council bid.
Greenpeace hopes repairs to the Nisshin Maru, Japan's ageing whaling factory ship, will keep it out of action for the southern whaling season.
Minister for Finance under Rudd, Lindsay Tanner, was once a mini moral compass for Labor along with A.G. Rob McClelland. Both have gone now. Tanner in disgust at what he knew and Mclelland sacked for daring to oppose the heroine of a Machiavellian plot the true believers will never forgive.
In an all-out, no holds barred attempt to win the next election, Julia Gillard’s new imported chief dirt digger, John McTernan, has instructed the ALP’s media department to, “pull no punches” and “let’s have a concerted attack on critics”.
Finland's president has asked for support from world leaders in the country's campaign for a United Nations Security Council seat against Australia.