To Pay, Or Not To Pay?

Is it really taxation for the common good, or rather, or a form of extortion by a greedy entity that demands obedience? The issue of taxation is always one that brings anxiety and politics to the fore, those on the left say were aren’t taxed enough until the asset seizures and church burning starts, and…

Against The Tide

Into the realms of extraordinary stupidity does a government go when it detaches itself from reality. It is customary for politicians and political parties to do less to aggravate voters when they’re taking a hammering in the opinion polls. That can not be said for the Liberal Party of Australia and the current Federal Government…

Take the shot?

After seeing how everything government ever does turns into a complete shambles that requires everything to fixed and re-fixed over and over again, why on Earth would you trust the government with your life? This isn’t a matter of being pro or anti gun, this is a question of survival. The Martin Place Siege should…

Why Defend a Lie?

Watching the Australian Media and the political class fall into line over the slain of Paris after the attack on Charlie Hebdo by Islamic Terrorists should have made Australians angrier than the attack itself. That is because in Australia you couldn’t actually publish the Charlie Hebdo magazine. That is because in Australia if a private…

Political Correctness and other Thought Crimes

In the early hours of December 16th 2014 two innocent people died, to be more precise, two people were murdered. More than merely murdered, they were sacrificed upon the alter of Political Correctness, left to die by the institutions of the State who were meant to do all in their power to protect them, left…

An Open Letter To The Prime Minister

To the right Honourable Tony Abbott, Prime Minister of Australia. Sir, I implore you on behalf of a great many Australians to do one thing, to make one simple gesture, and that is, stop, stop attempting to ingratiate yourself with those on the political left, stop trying to bring the other side along with you.…

Questioning Failed Capitalism

A common mistake people make when talking about wealth disparity and income inequality in Australia is that they often attempt to conflate what is happening elsewhere in the world than what is happening here. This cross-cultural relevance attempt is often made mistakenly to make the problem sound far worse than it is, or can be…