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Climate change the facts 2020 – bad science = bad policy

Andrew L. Urban While bad science and bad public policy may be overturned in a democracy in the long run, they can inflict a great deal of harm in the short term, as authors of one of the key chapters … Continue reading

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After the coup

Andrew L. Urban Those who claim that Donald Trump was undermining democracy by claiming the November 2020 election was rigged against him are either unaware of the voluminous facts already known or prefer to ignore them. It was an organised … Continue reading

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Hooray for Hungary & free speech

Andrew L. Urban For those who, like me, escaped from Hungary’s oppressive communist government in the 1956 revolution, there is sweet irony in the news that Hungarian Justice Minister Judit Varga is planning to sanction social media companies over what … Continue reading

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Trump’s 1776 Commission Calls for National Unity Around America’s Founding Values

President Donald Trump’s advisory 1776 Commission on Monday (Jan. 18, 2021) released a public report, fulfilling its task to revisit the nation’s founding history in an effort to reunite the Americans around its founders’ principles. Americans today are “deeply divided” about … Continue reading

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The symbiosis from hell & Leninism

Andrew L. Urban Just as social media provides the vehicle for the dissemination of vitriol, falsehoods that favour the ‘party’ line, so does mainstream media, now that it has self-castrated and is the eunuch in the harem of the left. … Continue reading

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Most climate alarms are scaremongering say geoscientists

Back in 2010, 43 Fellows of the Royal Society wrote to its then president, Paul Nurse, to complain about the unscientific tone of the society’s messages on climate change. Eight years later, a group of 33 current and former Fellows of … Continue reading

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Chinese regime broadens repressions in 2020 – report

The Chinese regime has this past year broadened its repression of groups domestically while ramping up human rights violations around the world, a bipartisan U.S. congressional commission warned in its annual report, according to The Epoch Times. The Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) said … Continue reading

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Twitter are the pigs on the farm

Andrew L. Urban If you haven’t lived in a country controlled by a communist party, you won’t know what hit you. If you have, you already smell the sour odour of politically sanctioned, disingenuously written brutality, delivered under the soothing, … Continue reading

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Journalist takes VicPol to court

Andrew L. Urban. It’s the ‘man bites dog’ story of our times: Rebel News journalist Avi Yemeni is taking Victoria Police to the High Court (no less) as agents of the State of Victoria, for unlawful arrest. “Police claim they … Continue reading

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Australia divided by geography – just like old times

A historical echo … “One especially powerful tool that helped to forge a sense of nationhood in the minds of Americans during the early years of the republic was the Constitution that the framers drafted in Philadelphia in the summer … Continue reading

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