Monthly Archives: June 2017

The wage gap between men and women explained

There is an increasing number of short videos explaining the ‘wage gap’ between men and women. Here’s one of them. It’s simple, really.

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The results of an indiscriminate immigration policy

Herald Sun June 27, 2017 A MASS brawl involving 15 youths took place in a barber shop in Melbourne’s inner-west. Maribyrnong Crime Investigation Unit detectives are investigating following the incident in Nicholson St, Footscray on June 23 at 5.10pm… “The … Continue reading

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Edmund Burke and Aquinas’s Treatise on Law

The Edmund Burke Society studies and propagates the thought of Edmund Burke as a natural law conservatism. The Society insists that Burke’s political philosophy does not make sense without the underpinning of classical natural law crucially influenced by St Thomas … Continue reading

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Some Personal Details About Edmund Burke

The person who comes to the study of Edmund Burke’s thought faces an enormous volume of writing. Because Burke was not a philosopher in the systematic sense, one has to read a great deal to reach an understanding not only … Continue reading

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‘Our feral media attacks Cassie Jaye’

Bettina Arndt‘s comment on the media’s treatment of Cassie Jaye, maker and director of The Red Pill, is worth reading. What is going on in this country?  I’ve spent the last few days looking after Cassie Jaye, the filmmaker who … Continue reading

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‘Feminism and the disposable male’

The documentary THE RED PILL by film maker Cassie Jaye has caused some nailing-biting among the mindless left in Australia. It’s been embarrassing to listening to the ‘commentary’ of some of Australia’s more popular television ‘talk’ shows. The critics on … Continue reading

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The extreme left has captured local government

Anyone who takes the trouble (not many do) to observe the activities of their local council will often find it dominated by the Greens and the Socialist Left of the Labor Party. Sure signs of the extreme left’s grip on … Continue reading

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Gerard Henderson: The media, the Commission and the Church

Gerard Henderson of the Sydney Institute, author, historian and media commentator has been one of the few to offer a sustained response to the shameful bias of the leftist media on the subject of child sexual abuse. In the following … Continue reading

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Cowardly leftist thugs in Marxist Andrews’ Victoria

For more than fifty year Marxist thugs have beaten, bashed and intimidated with impunity. The leftist class protects them because they are their violent proxies given the task to shut down dissent. Ninety-five percent of Australia’s political violence is carried … Continue reading

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