‘When you’re done, I’ll answer’: Albanese angered by journalists

Opposition leader Anthony Albanese was angered by reporters at a press conference in Perth where he was repeatedly asked about Labor Party policy costs which have yet to be released. “If you want to talk to each other, you can, or we can have a process where you ask a question and then I answer,” … Read more

Philippines’ new president visits Australia

The Philippines’ new leader, President Ferdinand Marcos Jr, made a secret trip to Australia just days after winning the presidency. The 64-year-old flew to Melbourne where his youngest son Vincent attends university. The visit remained confidential but was discovered by the Filipino community who protested the arrival of the president.

Fertilizer shortages are a ‘consequence of crazy green policies’

National Senator Matt Canavan said the global fertilizer shortage will mean “food shortages are real” – and the US and UK fear the same. “This is all a consequence of the crazy crazy green policies that various Western countries, mainly, have adopted over the last few years,” he told Sky News host Andrew Bolt. “When … Read more

Fertilizer shortages are a ‘consequence of crazy green policies’

National Senator Matt Canavan said the global fertilizer shortage will mean “food shortages are real” – and the US and UK fear the same. “This is all a consequence of the crazy crazy green policies that various Western countries, mainly, have adopted over the last few years,” he told Sky News host Andrew Bolt. “When … Read more

Keneally sticks out ‘like a sore thumb’ in Fowler: Dai Le

Fowler’s independent candidate Dai Le said her Labor opponent Kristina Keneally stood out “like a sore thumb” in an electorate “filled mostly with migrants and refugees”. Ms Le said there were people walking into the voting booth saying they wanted someone to be “one of us”. “She’s trying to say she’s part of our community,” … Read more

Australia’s ‘underlying’ defense policy relies on the United States

Australian Foreign Affairs Editor Greg Sheridan says that “Australia’s underlying defense policy” is our dependence on America. ‘It is smart that we are close to the Americans… but our failure to defend ourselves under both sides of politics has been a huge national failure,’ he told Sky News host Andrew Bolt . Mr Sheridan said … Read more

An identity politics of “shame” “seeps” into art galleries and competitions

Australian chief cartoonist Johannes Leak says it’s a ‘shame’ that identity politics is ‘seeping’ into art galleries and competitions, after the 2022 Archibald Prize was awarded to artist Blak Douglas for his painting of an Aboriginal woman. Art critic Christopher Allen wrote in The Australian that the work was chosen because it was created by … Read more

Something is seriously wrong with the US president: ‘Glazy eyes and not really there’

America is in the midst of a complicated problem where the media won’t admit that anything is terribly wrong with US President Joe Biden, but people know it is, says New York’s Karol Markowicz Post. “When the president is sick, I think it’s obvious to everyone, and it creates a situation where the emperor has … Read more