Wednesday, 27 May 2015 05:50
I have written to the Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Water, The Hon. Lisa Neville MP this week, to encourage her to take action for the community of Caulfield in regards to the Caulfield Racecourse Reserve Trust. I have also invited her to tour the Reserve with me to gain a personal appreciation of the potential for open space and the challenges of access.
Friday, 31 January 2014 03:21
Cory’s manifesto: Book review by Lola Montgomery @lolathevamp
Cory’s manifesto: Book review by Lola Montgomery
Bernardi is not a terrifically engaging writer, his soap-box passion merely reveals predictable positions and his binary opposition removing any capacity for interesting moments. The Conservative Revolution is a hard read, technically as well as politically. It burrows its nose so far into political binary opposition that the world view becomes a cloister of bitterness towards the perceived power and influence of the ‘other’ (the Left). This book is a symptom of a political climate that discourages engagement between sides, opinions and beliefs. Around and around we go, in eternal argument and fear of one another.
Wednesday, 18 December 2013 06:17
In her latest allegations, one detects a near pathological aversion to the Jewish state. As one would expect from Rhiannon, nowhere does she recognise that Israel has a very real and genuine need to defend itself. Nor does she entertain the idea that the Israeli army could have any legitimate defence function whatsoever.
To be sure, Israel exists only because it has defended itself from three invasions, two intifada, Iranian proxy campaigns, numerous border incursions, and the constant threat of war from enemies who do not bother to veil their desires to destroy Israel in the misappropriated language of human rights. This is the function of the Israeli army.
Wednesday, 17 July 2013 05:35
With the result of a federal court appeal on the way and online activists eager to fund further investigation we have not heard the last of the plot against Peter Slipper
Monday, 08 July 2013 00:00
Tony Abbott has been forced to repay $9400 that he wrongly charged the Commonwealth while promoting his book. Margo Kingston examines the double standards in how the media has treated this story, which she obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, and how it contrasts to the former Speaker Peter Slipper being charged for a $900 hire car charge, which he offered to pay back.
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