Proposed Censorship Law Threatens to Put Elon Musk in ‘Big Trouble’

February 16th, 2024 11:28 AM

Australia’s Communications Minister threatened that X (formerly Twitter) will be in “big trouble” if it does not comply with the country’s proposed new censorship laws.


Reporters Use Biden Presser to Bash GOP, Push Conspiracies, Back Hamas

October 25th, 2023 5:52 PM

During a rare Biden White House press conference with a foreign leader (this time, it was Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese), the two pre-selected American reporters — USA Today’s Joey Garrison and PBS’s Laura Barrón-López — promoted leftist narratives, whether it’s attacking Republicans as responsible for America to hemorrhage its global standing, suggesting the GOP would…

NYT Takes Sides in Aussie Indigenous Vote: 'Divisive' Since Woke Lost

October 23rd, 2023 9:00 PM

A vote in Australia that would have set up a body to advise Parliament on issues related to Australia’s Aborigines, the first known people to inhabit the continent, was soundly rejected by the Australian people last week, and the New York Times wanted you to feel bad about the loss by the “indigenous” side, which is always right (even though many indigenous Australians were…


CNN Mourns Constitution Blocking Australian-Style Gun Control

May 18th, 2023 10:04 AM

The Wednesday couch discussion on CNN Tonight tried to tackle the question why America experiences more mass shootings than other countries and naturally settled on gun ownership as the answers. The natural solution was drastic, Australian-style gun control, but host Alisyn Camerota would lament that people keep citing the Constitution to oppose such measures, “that’s what we here all…


CBS Gushes Over Obama Pushing Australian-Style Gun Control

May 16th, 2023 2:28 PM

The cast of CBS Mornings oohed and aahed on Tuesday in a response to their interview of Barack Obama where the former president pushed Australian-style gun control and lamented that networks like CBS do not have the power they once did. Nate Burleson claimed the interview made him want to be a better journalist, Tony Dokoupil claimed Obama’s views on guns were “historically” correct…

China Poses a Threat to More Than Just Taiwan

January 18th, 2023 5:53 PM

SYDNEY – Last July, the U.S. chairman of the Joint Chiefs, Gen. Mark Milley, visited Jakarta where he said China’s military has become significantly more aggressive and dangerous over the past five years. While the U.S. has seemed fixated on China’s growing verbal threats and military maneuvers around Taiwan, Milley and others, including some in Australia, are concerned that China’s…

Who Was Right on the COVID-19 Pandemic?

January 12th, 2023 8:25 PM

It’s now been three years since COVID hit. At the start of the pandemic, “experts” shouted: “Stay home!” “Close schools!” “Wash your hands!” “Disinfect countertops!” Clearly, disinfecting countertops and washing hands made no difference. What about closing schools and lockdowns? The media trashed Gov. Ron DeSantis when he lifted Florida’s lockdown. “Acting irresponsibly!” roared MSNBC’s Dr.…


Brooks Doesn't Know Why Australian-Style Gun Control is Controversial

July 9th, 2022 10:22 AM

New York Times columnist David Brooks is, in theory, supposed to be the conservative counterweight to Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart when the two join PBS NewsHour host Judy Woodruff every Friday to recap the week’s news, but in reality Brooks mostly ends up repeating liberal talking points. A case in point was Friday’s episode where he wondered…

‘Recalibration’: WEF Panelists Sling New Jargon to Justify Censorship

May 24th, 2022 3:31 PM

Australian eSafety commissioner Julie Inman Grant called for a “recalibration” of “freedom of speech” online during the World Economic Forum conference in Davos, Switzerland on Monday. BusinessWorld contributing editor Pranjal Sharma also claimed that governments should have “the right on our data as citizens,” including private medical data.


Nets Abandon Border Crisis, Obsess Over Immigration Drama in Australia

February 17th, 2022 9:30 AM

The spiraling crisis on America’s southern border is spreading, rippling to all parts of the country with impacts on crime and national security. But you wouldn’t know that if you watched the networks in January. The total on the ABC, CBS and NBC evening newscasts dropped to a shocking ZERO for the month. 

The Aukus Treaty, 30 Years of Calm?

September 30th, 2021 11:25 AM

Washington -- One of the unsung prophets of Aukus last week was the great British historian Andrew Roberts, who soon will be recognized throughout the English-speaking world as the man who has attempted to retrieve the reputation of King George III from the sneers of ... well, of people like me. His biography of George III will come out in early November, and of course, I have not had a chance…

NY Times Excuses Australia's Authoritarianism in Futile Fight vs Covid

September 26th, 2021 5:00 PM

The New York Times has finally discovered that Australia has become a focus of criticism for its heavy-handed, futile fight to eliminate Covid: “Fight Against Covid Rewrites Australia’s Idea of Freedom – Half the country is locked down, but most are willing to sacrifice in pursuit of a freedom from fear.” Yet Sydney bureau chief Damien Cave skipped many of the horrific deals emanating…

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Mika Plays Defense As 'Morning Joe' Blasts Biden's French Sub Fiasco

September 23rd, 2021 9:59 AM

Morning Joe—in the persons of Scarborough, Richard Haass, Anne Gearan, and Willie Geist—tore into Biden's mishandling of the cancellation of Australia's submarine-building contract with France in favor of one with the US. But Biden had one, lonely, backer: Mika Brzezinski. She piped up throughout the long segment, doing her best to defend Biden.   


Press Buries Biden Forgetting Name of Aussie PM: 'Fella Down Under'

September 16th, 2021 11:25 AM

Another day, another Joe Biden senior moment for the press to ignore. The President on Wednesday forgot the name of Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison as he met virtually with leaders to discuss a new defense deal with the U.K. and Australia. After British Prime Minister Boris Johnson finished speaking, Biden stumbled, “Thank you, Boris and I, uh, want to thank that fella down under.…