Browsing All posts tagged under »Green Campaigners«

The Tissue Issue

August 20, 2010 by


By Tom McLaughlin It’s fashionable to be “green” these days, among liberals at least. Advertisers pick up on it to make products and services seem as green as possible. Given that man-made global warming is being exposed as a hoax with fudged data in British and American universities, NASA, and the UN, I’m wondering how […]

Why Save An Animal Just Begging For Extinction?

July 14, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt I don’t want to sound blasphemous, but do we really care if the golden sun moth becomes extinct? Shouldn’t we just harden up about this whole “endangered” racket? Maybe we’d actually be better off without this damn bug – this orange bellied parrot of the insect world – that’s now crippling developments […]

A Lecture On Austerity From The Actor In The Castle

May 24, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt You just have to love the fact that it’s always those people who have nearly everything telling us, the average people, that we are the ones who need to live more simply and do without those things we take now as almost necessities of life. Why is it always these types of […]