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Walk a Milo in his shoes …

By Andrew L. Urban A pathetic little man dressed in a dark suit scurried beside me in my aisle seat four rows from the front, picked up something and hurled it in the general direction of Milo Yiannopoulos on the … Continue reading

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Securing murder convictions without evidence

By Andrew L. Urban. As Gordon Wood, acquitted in 2014 of murdering his girlfriend Caroline Byrne in 1995, awaits the decision (expected by end of 2017) on his recently concluded malicious prosecution case against the State of NSW, at least … Continue reading

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The wrong arm of the law

By Andrew L. Urban A man convicted of murder is still in jail after 33 years, 11 years after he was eligible for parole, because he will not relent on his claim of innocence. He has always maintained that he … Continue reading

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Turnbull’s secret strategy is working

Andrew L. Urban Let me mess with your mind. Malcolm Turnbull secretly, with steely fury, turned on the Liberal Party when they voted him out of the leadership on December 1, 2009. The leadership spill was triggered by his staunch … Continue reading

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Mark Latham: Are you not a racist if you abuse whites?

By Andrew L. Urban. The lawfare has begun: the Osman Faruqi v Mark Latham ‘anti white racism’ case began in the Supreme Court of NSW today (16/11/2017) with Tony Morris of QUT students 18C fame, representing Latham. Legal and administrative … Continue reading

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Milo Yiannopoulos: mission Australia

Mission: fight totalitarianism with fun, laughter, mischief … or larrikinism as Australians call it. Or used to. Andrew L. Urban catches Milo on the phone. Milo Yiannopoulos is seated facing the wall “so I can give you my undivided attention” … Continue reading

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Sue Neill-Fraser’s final appeal – Part 1

By Andrew L. Urban. Shortly after 10 am on Monday October 30, 2017, a slight young woman with blonde hair up in a bun and breathing nervously, took the witness stand in the packed Court 1 of Hobart’s Supreme Court. … Continue reading

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As UNHRC member we should not reward terrorists

By Andrew L. Urban. Now that Australia is to be a card carrying member of the UN’s Human Rights Council from January 2018 (alongside Cuba, China, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Rwanda, etc) we can stop smirking and actually do something useful … Continue reading

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Answering “the moron’s question”

Review by Andrew L. Urban. CLIMATE CHANGE DELUSION AND THE GREAT ELECTRICITY RIPOFF By Ian Plimer Connor Court Publishing, paperback, 435 pp approx., $39.95 ISBN 9781925501629 Stop it, Australia, or you’ll go blind …. but Ian Plimer’s latest book offers … Continue reading

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How will YOU celebrate a YES vote?

Andrew L. Urban. The Labor caucus, it was reported (The Australian, 17/10/2017), has said NO to inserting extra protections for religious freedoms in any bill to legalise same sex marriage should the government’s $122 million postal survey return a YES … Continue reading

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