David Flint

Lord High Protector

The Liberal party has fallen into the hands of kleptoparasites

Aux bien pensants

If Malcolm Turnbull is remembered for anything, it will be for his supreme act of treachery in bringing down a…

Let’s just keep on voting until the plebs get it right

The Republican movement are up to their old tricks

Aux bien pensants

It’s not so long ago that the commetariat was talking about the end of Qantas, at least as an international…

Shock! Horror! Abbott does what he said he would

Those who clearly know better are appalled by the idea that Tony Abbott wants the people to decide on gay marriage

Bronny bad, Adam goodes

The commentariat have their goodies and baddies, but it is our parliamentarians who really need to lift their game

Bandana republic

Two plebiscites, a convention, a referendum, massive funding and a bloke in a red bandana. But will it work?

Abbott, part II

With talk of an early election, it is time politicians focussed on what really matters to the electorate

Squawk du jour

There’s nothing wrong with rendering terrorists stateless

A birthday worth celebrating

Thanks to the Magna Carta, we avoided the dismal fate of becoming another Argentina

Gotcha by the Shorten curlies

The mis-named ‘marriage equality’ issue must be decided by the people, not by Parliament

Bill Shorten, PM

The clues to a Shorten prime ministership are there for all to see

The great divide

Politicians everywhere have an uncanny knack of dividing, not uniting, their people


Star Chamber Wars

Margaret Cunneen SC has fought a lonely battle against dark forces within our criminal justice system

Total recall

In cases like that of Billy Gordon, give the voters the final say

Commander Bill

What does Shorten’s submarines policy say about his grasp of the potential future threats facing our country?

Tony, Bibi, and the commentariat

As with Benjamin Netanyahu, the elites have mostly written off Tony Abbott. They’re in for a surprise


Farrago of leaks, libels and downright lies

A treacherous fifth column within the Liberal party have made the case for party reform more urgent than ever

The harlot throughout the ages

The commentariat, not the army, have staged this latest coup in our banana republic

Sir Phil the Greek; the truth

The usual suspects in the commentariat have peddled myths, untruths and lies about the knighting of Prince Philip


Could an ‘Aussie Hebdo’ survive?

Over many years, the Left have ensured that free speech does not extend to criticising certain religions

The sordid state of voting for the Senate

Thanks to a foolish Bob Hawke decision, our constitution now allows shady backroom deals to determine the Upper House

Breaking Republicans hearts

Fifteen years ago ordinary Australians gave a two-fingered salute to the nation’s inner-city elites

The persecution of Cory

Cory Bernardi’s book is a reminder of the traditional values that made Australia and inspired earlier generations to fight for…

I was a victim of Tony’s feminist ideology

Don’t be fooled: Abbott’s character has been misrepresented