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No Gallipoli Fatigue. The People Speak: In Australia, Our ANZAC Day Matters

April 25, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ We’ve too often left our traditions and institutions in the hands of a class that that does not properly respect them, and every Anzac Day we’re reminded of the gulf between some of those custodians and the public. Take Peter Stanley. Here he is last year: Peter Stanley, a former senior […]

Rubio’s Age Is Problematic, But Hillary Being Post-Menopausal Makes Her ‘Perfect’?

April 19, 2015 by


By Tom Blumer ~’s Zeke Miller tweeted yesterday that a “reporter” asked recently declared presidential candidate Marco Rubio of Florida the following question: “Is 43 old enough to be president?” Meanwhile, two weeks ago, a column at claimed that Hillary Clinton is “biologically primed to be a leader.” Seriously. Since he either can’t or […]

New Survey: 3 Out Of 10 ‘Worst Jobs’ Are In Journalism

April 18, 2015 by


By Ken Shepherd ~ A new survey by shows that three journalistic professions fall inside the top ten “worst” jobs to have, reports The jobs were ranked based on the following attributes, with much of the data coming from the Bureau of Labor Statistics: “income, outlook, environmental factors, stress and physical demands.” Even […]

No Dissent Allowed In WashPost: Obama-Picked Judge Orders Sex-Change Surgery For Murderer

April 4, 2015 by


By Tim Graham ~ The Washington Post apparently knows when it’s appropriate to completely omit a majority viewpoint from a news story: when an Obama-appointed  U.S. district judge in California orders “sex reassignment surgery” for a murderer because denying an expensive surgery on the taxpayer dime is a denial of “her” constitutional rights. Lindsey Beyer […]

Australian Media Bias – Sell The ABC

March 30, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Liberal Democratic Senator David Lyonhjelm on a menace to open debate – and one that costs us $1 billion a year: Selling government-run businesses also helps those who don’t care for the business. For instance, a majority of Australians never watch or listen to the ABC, so selling it and stopping […]

New York Times Writer Wonders If Bowe Bergdahl Will Get Honorable Discharge

March 26, 2015 by


By P.J. Gladnick ~ New York Times writer Helene Cooper must be posting her articles from an alternate reality. It is the only conclusion that one can reach when reading her reaction to the announcement today that Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, who was swapped last year for five Guantanamo prisoners, will be charged with desertion. So […]

Main Stream Media’s Anti-Veteran Bias

March 24, 2015 by


By Gregory D. Lee ~ Why is it whenever someone who has been in the military commits a crime the media headlines always emphasis that the suspect is a “veteran?” The latest example is Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh, the man who allegedly was returned to the U.S. from Turkey after attempting to transit into Syria […]


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