Sometimes in politics important statements can get lost in the wash.
The intensity of the 24-hour news cycle means media websites are constantly looking for click-bait opportunities on which to hang their stories.
The real significance of an MP’s words can be brushed aside.Read more
This Thursday marks six months since Donald Trump became President of the United States
The BETA report exposes the “Diversity Agenda” as fake Leftist ideology
Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane has embarked on an arrogant process of racial re-engineering.
For the first time in my 50 years in the region, I felt like a stranger in Western Sydney.
Bad policy delivers bad housing and traffic outcomes.Read more
Australia doesn’t have a revenue problem, it has a vote-buying expenditure problem.
Every week, seemingly everywhere, Australian institutions and traditions are being lost.
The latest to fall is the public swimming pool as a genuinely public place.
Infected by political correctness and pandering to minority demands, Cumberland Council has decided to partition off part of the Ruth Everuss Aquatic Centre at Auburn as a modesty enclave for Muslim women.Read more
When I joined the Liberal Democrats last week, I expected an overdose of outrage from Labor’s machine men.
But they failed to go the Full Monty, leaving me desperately disappointed.
Sneering Sam Dastyari – on a short break from looking down his nose at housing in Western Sydney – described me as “a racist, Islamophobic, misogynist homophobe”.
Among the many issues on which Australia’s political leaders have grown hopelessly out-of-touch, the school funding debate is perhaps the worst.
All the evidence points to a failing system of government schools yet, in their determination to buy votes, both Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten want to throw more debt-funded money at the problem.
In tonight’s budget, the Coalition will provide an additional $19 billion in school funding, while Labor has promised up to $22 billion on top of that.