Trump, #nevertrump and the Future of US Politics

What is it about Trump that some conservatives find so distressing? You’d expect progressives to be disturbed, of course, even before you get to policies. Trump is a manly, no nonsense, successful businessman. When you do consider policies, the nightmare deepens. He is unashamedly proud of his country, and has made it clear that when …

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Anita Heiss Again

This will be my last post on this subject. I have not read Anita Heiss’s book Am I Black Enough For You?, so I cannot comment on its literary merits. But there seems to be to be a very clear difference between those who have left negative reviews on its Amazon page, and those who …

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John Darbyshire and The Talk

John Darbyshire has copped some fierce criticism over the last few days for his article The Talk: Non Black Version. The article appeared in Taki’s Magazine, but that page has been intermittently inaccessible. Try Taki’s first. If their page is not working, you can find the full version at Camp of the Saints. Darbyshire referenced articles in …

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Being Who We Are Part Two

Just a few brief thoughts. One: It seems to me quite clear, at the risk of incurring judicial wrath, that Justice Bromberg would very much like to find against Andrew Bolt and the Herald and Weekly Times. There have been a few comments and questions from the bench which indicate this. For example, his remark that …

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A Letter to Andrew Wilkie

Dear Mr Wilkie, I have been disappointed by your claims of racism in the Liberal party. As far as I am aware, no Liberal or National Party member of Federal Parliament has made disparaging claims or remarks about any group or person on the basis of race. Some members of the Liberal Party have expressed …

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Not Having The Approved Opinions

Busy at work this morning, but had to stop to comment on the claim this morning from the legacy media that a survey by ‘leading universities’ (I guess as opposed to Australia’s other, less impressive universities) has found that as many as 50% of Australians are racists. This survey was conducted for something called the ‘Challenging Racism Project.’ The …

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