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A clear eyed look at homosexuality in the news; Thorpe, a survey on same sex parenting, HIV/AIDs

Ian Thorpe’s coming out was not as lucrative as his staying in; a dishonest attempt to show children of homosexual parents are better than average; why should taxpayers fund expensive ($250,000?) life time costs for men out on the tiles. Most homosexuals wish to live unremarkedly in society, but their position is not helped by the antics of some.


Church Signs

These days not only advertisers are in search of a catchy phrase; so are newspaper headlines. Now the churches are doing it, with humour, if this collection of signs doing the rounds of the internet are genuine. Some good messages in here. 

Victoria First Frankston meeting





If you are concerned about population growth, planning issues, over-development, and the loss of residents rights in Frankston, please come along.

Which of the two parties, the Palmer United Party, or the Greens, is the most ludicrous?

PUP is the vehicle for a self aggrandising buffoon, while the Greens undermine all the principles that they supposedly stand for, offering stupid rationalizations for their actions.

Another milestone on the decline of the mining boom.

There have been regular announcements on closure or contraction of coal mine operations but now we have the first closure of an iron ore mine. A minnow, but more to come?

A more humane two part solution to the fate of asylum seekers sent to Manus & Nauru islands

Admit to Australia for processing those on the water when the new rules took effect on 19 July 2013. and legislate to change the Migration Act to be able to re-negotiate the Malaysian solution.

A not entirely unbelievable theory about the MH 370 disappearance


A rumour in the streets of Malaysia is that the pilot of MH 370 hijacked the plane in protest agains the jailing of Anwar Ibrahim on sodomy charges. He attempted to negotiate dropping the charges, but after checking that there no Malaysian citizens of note on board, the authorities declined. He then carried out his threat


Urgent need to submit your views on 18C amendments by April 30th

The postponement of the amendments to 18C has given squealing minorities and shrill literati opposing free speech a chance to marshal opposition. You can help redress the balance by an email submission to s18cconsultation@ag.gov.au  


Anti-immigration parties make slow progress in recent elections.

 At least in recent results the vote increased, albeit from a very low base. The MSM continues to ignore the anti-immigration parties.

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