NSW Premier Mike Baird has decided to spend over $40 million trying to find, in a sea of one million schoolchildren, those who have been “radicalised” by “radical” Muslims. He then intends to “un-radicalise” them into responsible Muslim students. WTF?
The Keystone XL pipeline project has been cancelled by Barack Obama (he was always going to can it). It runs from Canada 3,500 kilometres south through major oil refining US States to Texas and had been partially completed up to stage four.
Malcolm Turnbull’s grinning honeymoon is about up as he struggles to be all things to all people by insisting this year’s budget must be “fair”. Turnbull is slavishly mouthing Shorten’s description of Abbott’s budgets.
Yesterday was a day that defined us as Australians. Where a slip of a girl stood astride the world stage and told those who think only a man can have an affiliation with a horse to, “get stuffed”.
I battled with another bidder at Inglis sales to secure an ordinary looking yearling for a measly $7,000. "Why would you want that horse?", the other bidder asked. "To win the Melbourne Cup with", I replied.
THIS week the Senate resumes its investigation into food certification. Consumers have the right to know if their halal certified Vegemite, Coon cheese, Cadburys chocolate and other household brands fund terrorism.
I wonder if me and my Dad could have some of that $4 million you are giving to the Parramatta mosque ‘cos we need to de-radicalise our mum? She got mixed up with Mr Farkhaed’s wives next door and now that we finally got her back she’s all different.
Now there’s a couple of heads you would never get tired of kicking. They are exchanging a few Allahu akbars after demanding to see the colour of the $4 million cash reward promised by Baird and Turnbull for cultivating Farhad Jabar, the 15 year-old killer of Mr Curtis Cheng.
Bill Shorten had completed his diatribe at yesterday’s Press conference and had invited questions when a pimply-faced 18-year-old chick on work experience pounced to ask the first question. Shorten had been talking his usual crap for the past 10 minutes and many probing questions were screaming to be asked...
Every living thing needs access to energy, food, light and warmth. But the UN is plotting to limit our access to energy. A study of human history shows what a grave threat this poses to all of us.
Sometimes, important moments in history can go by almost unnoticed. The Gettysburg address for instance, was barely remarked upon when it was delivered and when a young Austrian by the name of Adolf Hitler had a dust up in a beer hall, few people paid attention.
Sixty-one prominent Australians, including rugby union's David Pocock and Nobel Prize-winning scientist Peter Doherty, and Lefty public servant and Climate Change Authoritarian, Bernie Fraser, wrote a letter to the Sydney Morning Herald calling for a moratorium on coal exports, saying our coal contributes to global warming.
“Demoralise the enemy from within by surprise, terror, sabotage, assassination. This is the war of the future and the victor will never be asked if he lied!” Who said that? ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al Baghdadi perhaps? Maybe Pol Pot or Stalin? Nope.
IT'S all very well being all inclusive, multi-cultural, multi-faith and all that, as long as you’re not hugging a bearded bloke holding a knife behind his back ready to use it when you’re least suspecting it.