There have been ‘positive feedbacks’ on the free preschool policy

2GB broadcaster Luke Grant said he had heard ‘positive feedback’ about the NSW and Victoria state governments implementing a free year of early education for children aged four year. “It’s been a thing in Western Australia…it works very well and I hope it works very well here,” he told Sky News host Chris Smith.

Putin could be ‘even worse’ than Hitler

Russian President Vladimir Putin repeating Hitler’s evil could make it “even worse”, says Sky News host Chris Smith. “Their attempts at humor on Twitter and posting a stupid travel sanctions list is an insult to the tens of thousands of Ukrainians and Russians slaughtered in this senseless war,” Smith said. “How dare they be so … Read more

ABC disclaimer ‘preemptively apologizes’ for comments in show reruns

Sky News host Chris Kenny said the ABC added a disclaimer to viewers before airing episodes of the 1980s show Parkinson in Australia, a talk show hosted by the British television interviewer Michael Parkinson. “As part of their 90th anniversary celebrations, the ABC is rerunning many of the shows it has aired from here,” Mr … Read more

A Young Caribbean Woman’s Perspective — Global Issues

Opinion by Isheba Cornwall (Mona, Jamaica) Friday, June 17, 2022 Inter Press Service MONA, Jamaica, Jun 17 (IPS) – On Monday, June 20, there will be an informal high-level UN meeting to mark the commemoration of the first International Day for No Hate Speech. Hate speech is a phenomenon that can be defined as threatening … Read more

Lee Zeldin is the best bet for the Governor to save New York

New York State is on the edge of a cliff – this fall’s election could be the last chance to roll it back. Residents are fleeing, driven by raging crime and the ever-increasing cost of living. Progressive policies make everything worse: disastrous criminal justice ‘reforms’, ever-higher taxes, job-killing regulations and a foolish ‘climate action plan’ … Read more

Ensuring Sufficient Food Production — Global Issues

Potential shortages of certain commodities can generate internal instability in many countries, increasing internal and external migration flows. Credit: FAO Opinion by Mario Lubetkin (Rome) Thursday, June 16, 2022 Inter Press Service ROME, Jun 10 2020 (IPS) – This is an op-ed by Mario Lubetkin, Assistant Director-General at FAOIf the war in Ukraine and other … Read more

Tyson Fury had a ‘vicious love affair’ with boxing

World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury says he’s had a ‘vicious love affair’ with boxing as he reveals the secret to his love for wife Paris Fury. Mr Fury said love is a ‘fantastic thing’. “Someone who has never known love can have the world but they will have nothing,” he told Sky News Australia host … Read more

Albanese push to legislate climate target ‘a bit of a statement’

Nick Cater, of the Menzies Research Centre, said Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s effort to legislate a 43% emissions reduction target by 2030 appears to be “a bit of a statement”. “He wants this legislated why? You don’t need to legislate for it to have an effect,’ he told Sky News host Jenna Clarke.

A new “anti-democratic alliance” is emerging

Spiked Online’s Brendan O’Neill argues that the British should support the government’s Rwandan policy whether they agree or not. A flight carrying asylum seekers from the UK to Rwanda was canceled minutes before takeoff after the European Court of Human Rights staged a last-minute intervention. “We are seeing the emergence of a new anti-democratic alliance … Read more

UK asylum plan will save government ‘billions’ if successful

Former UK Home Secretary Ann Widdecombe has said that if Rwanda’s migration policy is successful it will save the country “millions, if not billions of pounds”. The first flight which was to take asylum seekers from the UK to Rwanda was canceled after an intervention by the European Court of Human Rights. “The government has … Read more