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Dear Anthony Albanese – please calm the children

Andrew L. Urban This open letter to you is meant to A) reassure you and B) ask you to in turn reassure Australia’s children that they need not live in fear of man-made global warming. I write in response to … Continue reading

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Ukraine Was Conned

Andrew L. Urban Brought up in the grunt town of  Kryvyi Rih, a Soviet-looking industrial city in the southeast of Ukraine, a centre of iron mining and metallurgy, Volodymyr Zelensky knew about bullies before he left school. To survive among … Continue reading

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ZELENSKY, the first book about the world’s newest hero, authored by Australians

Ukraine’s most popular comedic actor was an unlikely President of his country. And now even more improbably, Volodymyr Zelensky has become the world’s most celebrated statesman. Yet more improbably, the first book about him comes from Australia. Australian authors Andrew L. … Continue reading

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How freedom in America is slipping away – one oppressed citizen at a time

In a letter dated December 30, 2021, obtained and published exclusively on The Epoch Times on April 13, 2022, a ’ Jan. 6 prisoner’ tells his disturbing story. If we didn’t know this was in America, we’d think it was … Continue reading

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Dishonesty the new transparency?

Andrew L. Urban Labor leader Anthony Albanese wouldn’t answer (three times, like Peter the Apostle’s denial of knowing Jesus) whether a Labor government would raise taxes. Several female candidates under the dishonestly vague Voices Of umbrella (party?) claim to be … Continue reading

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Zelensky to Australia: Russian action a threat to world

Wearing his now iconic battle green T-shirt, Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky was beamed into the Australian Parliament chamber on March 31, 2022, above the heads of the business-wear dressed members and senators filling the seats in respectful anticipation. After the … Continue reading

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Ukraine was conned

Andrew L. Urban All three signatories to the 1994 Budapest Memorandum promising protection for Ukraine against attack in return for Ukraine abandoning all of its nuclear weapons, have failed to abide by that agreement. The Russian Federation most egregiously by … Continue reading

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Media fail: The New York Lies that damaged the world

Andrew L. Urban. “There has been a lot of crowing this week about the fact that the New York Times has finally come clean and admitted Hunter Biden’s laptop saga is not Russian disinformation. It’s real. You don’t say,” writes … Continue reading

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‘Mean girls’ infer Kimberley Kitching was a liar

Andrew L. Urban The ‘mean girls’ denying the late Kimberley Kitching’s well documented allegations of bullying is tantamount to calling her a liar – and a scheming one at that. With a letter to Labor frontbencher Richard Marles, letters to … Continue reading

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Putin’s Playbook – playing Americans for suckers

Andrew L. Urban Perhaps the biggest mistake of the American intel world is to have imagined that Russians think like Americans. They don’t, writes Rebekah Koffler in her authoritative and alarming book Putin’s Playbook – Russia’s Secret Plan to Defeat … Continue reading

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