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Kangaroo Court? New Research Shows Kangaroos “Talk” With Humans

January 6, 2021 by


By Adam Houser ~ It is very common for domesticated animals such as dogs, cats, and horses to try to intentionally communicate with humans by “staring” at them. For example, when your dog looks at his empty bowl of food, then looks at you, it shows that he knows you are the source of food, […]

Making A Game Of Going Broke In Queensland Australia

April 16, 2018 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Background: Over the last eleven days, The Commonwealth Games have been held here in Australia, on the Gold Coast in Queensland. These Games are in fact quit large, probably second only to the Olympic Games when it comes to all round sport. While you may think that it is a small […]

Be Glad It Was The British Who Colonised Australia

August 30, 2017 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Leo Maglen asks:  what do the activists think would have happened to Aboriginal Australia if the British had NOT colonised the continent. Be grateful, because there is no way a land occupied by tribes with no technology and an essentially Stone Age culture would have been left to them. Maglen on […]

ISIL Presents ‘The Most Diverse Array of Treats’ in a Long Time + More – Daily Digest

September 19, 2014 by


The Patriot Post ~ THE FOUNDATION “The propitious smiles of Heaven can never be expected on a nation that disregards the eternal rules of order and right, which Heaven itself has ordained.” –George Washington, First Inaugural Address, 1789 TOP 5 RIGHT HOOKS ISIL Presents ‘The Most Diverse Array of Treats’ in a Long Time Australian police […]

About Tasmania. A Beautiful Warning

December 21, 2013 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Background. Andrew has taken his Christmas break, and even while on holiday, is dropping in a Post a day at his blog site, and this is today’s Post, from Tasmania. Tasmania is that large Island to the south of Mainland Australia, and it is one of the States of Australia. It’s […]

But if the victims are white, we can’t say “racism”

November 25, 2013 by


 By Andrew Bolt  ~  Why are so many media outlets refusing to mention a racial angle they’d scream from the mountain-top if the violence went the other way? It’s an infuriating example of political correctness: Most of New York City’s media outlets have sanitized the nature of a spate of unprovoked attacks upon hapless pedestrians […]

Dividing Australia By Race

January 20, 2012 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ A most dangerous and foolish exercise to remake Australia: HISTORIC changes to the Commonwealth Constitution to acknowledge indigenous Australians face almost certain defeat unless significantly amended, after a 300-page proposal presented to Julia Gillard yesterday prompted a chorus of concerns from some indigenous leaders and legal experts… The expert panel of […]

Australia – We Seem Awfully Nice For Such A Mean Country

January 19, 2012 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Charles Teo and all the other Australia Day “celebrants” mentioned are right – racism exists here and racism is bad: RACISM still plagues Australia and migrants are being victimised, one of Australia’s most respected neurosurgeons says. Dr Charles Teo, the son of Chinese immigrants, who prolonged the life of Jane McGrath […]

AU_Gillard: Why Should You Vote Labor? – Video

July 30, 2010 by


A little humor to brighten your day. As a bonus it contains a message. Don’t vote for any Party or Candidate that uses your Hard Earned Money (Via Taxes) to fix the problems they created. In America the Democrat Congress caused the Financial meltdown, this Recession, Bank Failures, Lost Job, our devalued Dollar, The Biggest […]

Spare Us Your Tears, And Leave Us Our Rock

April 28, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt (One of the great tourist things in Australia, is that because it is such a vast Country, most Australians actually think about Australia, their own Country, as a great tourist destination. Because of that, tourist numbers include high numbers of Australians. One of the great destinations for those Australians is in fact […]

The Land Down Under – America’s Most Loyal And Least-Known Ally

February 25, 2010 by


By Dr. Christopher J. Ward TonyfromOz prefaces ….. This is by its very nature a long post, because it just cannot all be told in a short space. It is however nice to see such a studious post at a major U.S. site. I urge you to take the time to read the full article. […]

Australia Day – January 26th 2010

January 26, 2010 by


Today is the day Australia celebrates its National Day, Australia Day. All across the Country, in the major cities, and all the way down to small towns, Australians will be attending outdoor functions, concerts, parties, barbecues, and gatherings to observe the day that Australia was first settled by the British in 1788. The indigenous people […]

The Real Oz

September 18, 2008 by


Australia has long suffered from being confused with another Country. It happens less so today, because now, Australia has such a high profile, mainly because we do so well on most sporting arenas, and have become well known in most other fields of endeavour. However, not 30, 40 years ago, Australia was being confused as […]

Australia (Part 4) The Early Years

May 12, 2008 by


This is the first known painting of the settlement at Sydney Cove. It was painted by Thomas Watling. He was sentenced in 1792 to 14 years in Australia for forging a bank note. This was painted in 1794 and is titled ‘A Direct North General View Of Sydney Cove.’ The painting was presented by Sir […]