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Arthur W Upfield Home Page (With Updates)

September 23, 2010
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UPDATE (October 2014) All 29 of the Bony novels are now available for downloading to a variety of electronic devices, and the list for those is shown at the following link. Arthur Upfield Novels Available For Electronic Devices All of these should be available for any tablet or smartphone using the Android operating system. All […]

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Mike Pence: ‘Buckle Up’ For Trump’s First 100 Days

December 7, 2016
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By Fred Lucas ~ Vice President-elect Mike Pence asserted Tuesday night that the Trump administration will have an aggressive first 100 days in office that includes rebuilding the military, repealing Obamacare, and naming a justice to the Supreme Court. The Indiana governor and former U.S. House member said he has visited Capitol Hill about the […]

Slate Writer: ‘Fundamentally Dishonest’ Megyn Kelly Feeds ‘Red Meat To Her White Base’

December 7, 2016
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By Tom Johnson ~ Megyn Kelly is a journalist, but she’s also a sort of actress, suggested Slate’s Isaac Chotiner in a Monday review of her new book, Settle for More. To Chotiner, Kelly’s a conservative who plays a nonpartisan on TV. She has “done her best to cloud her real agenda.” And it’s worked: […]

Climate Change Australia – Global Warming Backdown: Prime Minister Turnbull Drops Carbon Tax Plan

December 7, 2016
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By Andrew Bolt ~ Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s everything-on-the-table review of climate policies is going as badly as last year’s everything-on-the-table review of tax options. Here is what Energy and Environment Minister Josh Frydenberg suggested just two days ago – a form of carbon tax on power stations: The electricity sector is the one […]

Drain The Swamp? This Energy Bill Is More Big Government Paternalism

December 6, 2016
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By Nicolas Loris ~ Time is running out for negotiations between the Senate and House of Representatives on a conferenced energy bill. For opponents of big government paternalism, that’s a good thing. The Senate-passed energy bill is fraught with provisions that would increase government’s micromanagement of the energy sector. It is a continuation and extension […]

NY Times’ Headline Puts Dictator Castro To Rest: ‘A Man So Large In A Box So Small’

December 6, 2016
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By Clay Waters ~ New York Times reporter Kirk Semple reported on Cuban Communist dictator Fidel Castro’s funeral from Santiago de Cuba and retained the paper’s soft-soap treatment of Castro’s tyrannical rule: “In Subdued Ending, Cubans Put Castro to Rest” in Monday’s paper. The online headline even quotes one of his Cuban fawners: “Cuba Puts […]

Climate Change Australia – Liberals Revolt Against Turnbull’s Carbon Tax

December 6, 2016
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By Andrew Bolt ~ TonyfromOz prefaces: Where you see the word ‘Liberal’ here, be aware that this is the major Political Party from the Conservative side of the political fence here in Australia. Malcolm Turnbull as Opposition leader nearly destroyed the Liberals by backing emissions trading – a form of carbon tax. Now he risks […]

Rolling Stone Writer: ‘Thin-Skinned Baby’ Trump Is A ‘Loser, And He Can’t Stand It’

December 5, 2016
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By Tom Johnson ~ Next month, Donald Trump will become president, just as he would have if he’d defeated Hillary Clinton in a landslide of Nixon-McGovern proportions. Nonetheless, Trump’s loss of the popular vote remains a liberal talking point, and a taunting point for Rolling Stone’s Jesse Berney. “Trump lost the vote for president by […]