Articles Archive for June 2009
Censorship in Australia did a reverse pike with double twist last month as yet another coalition of the feminist left and the religious right made its move.
Ã¢â‚¬ËœKids Free 2 B KidsÃ¢â‚¬â„¢, a group of grammatically challenged McMoralists from Melbourne, managed to get the former superannuation executive and Pentecostal senator Steve Fielding to take up the cudgel for them.
The issue was whether and to what extent raunchy, trailer park and ladsÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ magazines should be sold from petrol stations and milk bars in our Great Southland (or Terra Australis, if you prefer).
VOTERS are discovering another side to Kevin Rudd that those who followed his career in Queensland were already aware of: the Prime Minister has a nasty streak.
Earlier this month a Galaxy Research poll for News Limited metropolitan newspapers found that 43 per cent of voters thought Rudd was someone who could turn nasty if he didn’t get his own way.
Unlike John Howard, who stayed true to the suburban solicitor he started out as, Rudd’s whole life is an artifice. With his blond hair, round face, round glasses and wholesome values, …