Category Archives: Quotidian

Bettina Arndt is getting through

Bettina Arndt’s campaign to spread the truth about aggro-feminism and the fraudulent claims of a culture of rape in Australian universities is getting some mainstream traction, as it should. The most recent example was on Tuesday, December 4, when Channel … Continue reading

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Feeling v thinking

Andrew L. Urban. Why do all our favourite, talented (eg Jim Carrey, Richard Gere), much acclaimed film stars (eg Meryl Streep, Sally Field) and actors of lesser fame get so emotionally extreme politically – especially about Donald Trump? Why is … Continue reading

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Beware: gay bullies about

Andrew L. Urban. Love is not love, obviously, when a small activist minority of gay bullies intimidate a husband and wife publishing team into closing their business, as happened to Luke and Carla Burrell, the Christian publishers of White magazine. … Continue reading

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Election notes: target Labor’s incompetence

Andrew L. Urban. A standard political tactic (of all sides) is to paint your opponents as inhumane or wreckers and wilful destroyers of Australian well-being and happiness. This rings false and voters sense it. It sounds ridiculous, if you think … Continue reading

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Free Speech v Fear Speech

It’s a bizarre case of good news being bad news. And the messenger of the good news being vilified. I am talking about Dr Bettina Arndt and her national tour of universities with the evidence-based message that there is no … Continue reading

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Feminists missing in action where really needed

Of all political systems, Democracy is the best and only champion of individual liberty. Western feminists enjoy their hard-won freedoms but fail to even speak out on behalf of their oppressed sisters in the Middle East. In this powerful article, … Continue reading

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The Media v The People

By Andrew L. Urban. “The separation of powers means that the legal system is answerable to no one,” I said, speaking at the Sydney launch of my book, Murder by the Prosecution (Wilkinson Publishing), on September 22, 2018. It is … Continue reading

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Penthouse not porn

Australia’s ‘most infamous impresario’ and publisher of Penthouse Magazine, Damien Costas, has hit back at reports in the Sydney Morning Herald calling him a “pornographer” in reporting the forthcoming September speaking tour of UK politician Nigel “Mr Brexit” Farage.   “Private Eye … Continue reading

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Dysrationalia epidemic

Andrew L. Urban I have long wondered why really intelligent people, like Malcolm Turnbull, say, and others, fail to see how irrational it is to accept the thrust of global warming alarmism? Then the other day I happened on a … Continue reading

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Illegal migration fuels a new American civil war

By Andrew L. Urban. It’s already started. A US Attorney General is threatening to arrest a US Sheriff over handling of criminals who are illegal migrants. Much of the anti Trump media and their echoes in Australia must believe people … Continue reading

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