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Worried about misinformation? Worry about federal departments and agencies – hyping UN 'net zero' emissions – yet institutionalising mega migration.
by Stephen Saunders - 29/11/2023 - 4 comments
Captivated by the UN climate emergency, our smug ruling classes happily endorse Albanese’s regressive population-housing emergency.
by Stephen Saunders - 6/10/2023 - 5 comments
Airbnb is an easy target. Any change makes people uneasy, and innovations like these are definitely a change.
by Graham Young - 14/09/2023 - 7 comments
Sounds a lot like a personal car doesn't it? This probably also explains why they have proven so successful in meeting community needs. But what are the other options in the future?
by Ross Elliott - 12/09/2023 - 11 comments
Morrison and Albanese both represent feeding the rich and flogging the environment. But UN Albanese is woke, with the worse fibs, and record immigration to undermine local workers.
by Stephen Saunders - 1/09/2023 - 29 comments
Our housing crisis and our soaring electricity bills are our fault and it is the more disadvantaged that suffer the most from our failed policies.
by Charles Hemmings - 25/08/2023 - 16 comments
For sure, if there was an award for the nation who contributed the most to Australia, it would definitely go to the Scots!
by Stuart Ballantyne - 10/08/2023 - 6 comments
Throughout history, Indigenous Australians have never extended invitations or welcomes to foreigners on their land, spanning from the 16th century to the present day.
The percentage increases predicted for Australian cities are several times that of these advanced western cities.
by Ross Elliott - 9/08/2023 - 18 comments
Soy was the key to life without meat, vegetarians and vegans declared. Tofu was delicious in spite of having no taste, others said.
by David Leyonhjelm - 28/07/2023 - 11 comments
Any security arrangement with too many variables and multiple contingencies, risks stuttering and keeling over.
by Binoy Kampmark - 24/07/2023 - 6 comments
The ‘Race Card’ stifles local opposition to Albanese Open Borders. But he’s an anomaly. Sensibly, most wealthy nations run on low rates of population growth.
by Stephen Saunders - 20/07/2023 - 8 comments


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