While a recent poll has shown more than 50 % of Australian voters see the immigration problem for what it is, major parties remain lax on this issue. While the Coalition did stop the boats in 2013, little has been done in their 4 years of government to practically ease the rapid demographic and cultural… Continue reading Immigration an issue to Australian voters: yet our political class remains silent
The disaster of the NBN speaks volumes as to how inefficiently government spends money, regardless of party affiliation. As our government is a patently ineffective, wasteful body, it should be given less tax- payer money to spend, not more. This isn’t to argue government shouldn’t be investing in public infrastructure, nor deny that problems engulfing… Continue reading The disaster that is the NBN
Whites are disproportionately and inaccurately blamed for historic sins: We hear plenty about the Trans- Atlantic slave trade, and of the wicked crimes committed. While these were reprehensible acts, little is ever mentioned of local African cooperation to make this practice possible. Similarly, it is seldom acknowledged the Arab slave trade was longer and more damaging… Continue reading Why White Fragility is Nonsense: Part 2
Similarities between the early 2000’s Eminem, and the 2016/17 Donald Trump, are undeniable. The rebellious, anti- establishment, decidedly provocative nature of both figures certainly drew me in, as I supported Donald Trump’s run for President, and I enjoy Eminem’s older music. Sure differences between the two are obvious, but Eminem and Donald Trump’s success was… Continue reading Donald Trump and Eminem
We sometimes laugh, mock or dismiss Leftist talking points at this blog. But this shouldn’t distract from the serious, pervasive strains of radicalism that are increasingly dominating the modern Left. Now, say what you like about folks on the extreme end of the ‘Right’ spectrum, in the alt- Right. There’s certainly ample room for scrutiny.… Continue reading Surging Radicalism on the American Left
Pat Buchanan, October 12, 2017: Three decades ago, as communications director in the White House, I set up an interview for Bill Rusher of National Review. Among his first questions to President Reagan was to ask him to assess the political importance of Barry Goldwater. Said Reagan, “I guess you could call him the John… Continue reading Is Trump the Heir to Reagan?
‘White fragility’ first developed by Dr. Robin DiAngelo, is described as a “state in which even a minimum amount of (white) racial stress becomes intolerable, triggering a range of defensive moves.” This doctrine suggests white people accustomed to lifetimes of privilege, clutch at their jewels whenever fairly critiqued. It states that as whites own both… Continue reading Why ‘White Fragility’ is Nonsense: Part 1