Stan came from an ethnic minority community. He says he faced racism. So have I. As have millions of others. Stan faced racism as a white man with aboriginal background. I faced it as a wog dago. My surname was a curse, in that it made me a target in the 1970s. I wasn’t ashamed of my surname, but was called all sort of names I can’t repeat here.
HAVE I got a Republic for YOU. Don’t think you need a Republic? Think again! But you’ll have to be quick! I’ll even throw in a set of free steak knives. That’s the dodgy used car spiel being spruiked this time around to pressure YOU into buying a clapped out ‘Republic’ model.
SADLY the Australian Of The Year award has lost all meaning to millions of Australians. It’s become a disconnected politically correct tool existing only for one purpose - to advance progressive grand standers and social causes, instead of reflecting the best in quiet achievers, the real heroes of our country.
BILL Shorten's decision to play the class envy card last week magnified the hollowness of the opposition leader. Shorten doesn’t have class envy but that doesn’t mean he won’t have a go at playing the dud cards of jealousy, resentment and covetousness for all they're worth. Or not worth.