Peter Spencer Not Out of His Tree

I am glad New South Wales farmer Peter Spencer has ended his hunger strike, is well, and will be able to speak directly to legislators. Jo Nova and Michael Duffy have both written about the impact of tree-clearing legislation on Peter’s property, and on farmers and graziers in general. The NSW Native Vegetation Act 2003 is …

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The AEU Couldn’t Lie Straight in Bed

A new report commissioned by the Australian Education Union, has found, surprise, surprise, that State schools are not receiving a fair share of Federal Government funding. This, they claim, is terrible, unfair, wrong, bad, and disadvantages families whose children attend State schools. These claims by the AEU are so misleading that it hard to see …

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More Deaths From Labor’s Compassion

According to worried family members, a boat carrying 105 illegal immigrants left Indonesia on October 2nd, and has not been heard of since. Up till then 19 deaths could be attributed to the Federal Government’s new, humane immigration policies (five after a boat carrying 50 people was sabotaged and exploded, twelve drowned after a boat …

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So Much For IPCC’s Peer Review

According to Monday’s Australian: The peak UN body in climate change has been dealt another humiliating blow to its credibility after it was revealed a central claim of one of its benchmark reports – that most of the Himalayan glaciers would melt by 2035 because of global warming – was based on a ‘speculative’ claim …

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Pat Robertson’s Deal With The Devil

US evangelist Pat Robertson says the reason Haiti is so poor, and suffered the recent devastating earthquake, is that 200 years ago its people made a deal with the devil. This is the kind of nonsense that makes me embarrassed to be a Christian. But Robertson’s comments lead Francis Clooney SJ, to ask some interesting …

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