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NY Times Smears GOP By Linking To Europe’s Far-Right, Ignores Sharp Dem Swerve To Left

July 3, 2019 by


By Clay Waters ~ The New York Times Sunday Review prominently featured an anti-Republican smear job couched in benign academic terms: “Where’s America’s Political Center of Gravity? — How the Democrats and Republicans compare to parties in other countries.” One of the graphics shows a major swerve to the left by the Democrats since 2008 […]

Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s Bizarre Victim Feminism: Making Hillary President Will Make The Islamic State Feel Silly

May 26, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Everything is gender to professional victim, the former Prime Minister of Australia, Julia Gillard, leading to a truly bizarre argument for the election of Hillary Clinton as US president: We, the US, Australia, so many other countries are involved in this struggle with ISIS, the Islamic State so-called, and when you […]

Australian Politics – The Fall Of Labor Party Leader Bill Shorten

May 23, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ David Crowe describes a Labor Party leader with nothing left to say: When reports emerged that three suspected jihadists wanted to return to Australia without going to jail, Labor Leader Bill Shorten talked of rehabilitation but offered no concrete position. “We’ll seek a briefing from the government,” he said. Yesterday, when […]

Australian Politics – The New Story: Not Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s Decline, But Bill Shorten’s

May 17, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Politics is a lot about narrative. Fitting things into a story. Making patterns. Creating stereotypes. For many months, the dominant narrative has been about Tony Abbott’s alleged stumbles and his inevitable fall. Even an innocent wink or the tiniest hestitation on the word “Canada” would be treated as another damning chapter […]

Has Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard Truly Left Her Radical Past Behind?

July 5, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt As I have mentioned in earlier posts, Julia Gillard, the new Prime Minister of Australia is from the Australian Labor Party, the political party of the left here in Australia, and similar in nature to the Democrats in the U.S. This Party, as with most political parties is made up of numerous […]

Worse Than Whitlam

May 1, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt (The Whitlam mentioned here is Australia’s former Prime Minister Gough Whilam, also from the Australian Labor Party, and a short term Prime Minister in the 70’s…..TonyfromOz) Add Peter van Onselen to the ranks of the disillusioned, now that the (Australian Prime Minister) Kevin Rudd has shelved his emissions trading scheme: Liberals like […]