If you haven’t read it yet, here’s a copy of the ‘All of Us’ unit guide:
Month: February 2016
The ‘Safe Schools Coalition’ issue highlights the problem we have with political debate in Australia.
Now that Turnbull has called for a review of the $8 million government funded ‘All of Us’ LGBTI school program, the left is showing its true totalitarian colours.
Continue reading “LGBTI ‘Safe Schools’ Debate Reduced to Slurs and Smears”
In principle, a reform allowing voters above-the-line preference choices for the Senate makes complete sense. However, the current public debate is missing a much bigger problem.
Continue reading “Editorial – The Senate Has a Bigger Problem Than This”
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the ‘All of Us’ teaching program created by the ‘Safe Schools Coalition’ – which is being funded by the federal government to the tune of $8 million and rolled out in schools across the country (around 490 of them so far).
At first glance, you could be forgiven for thinking that it’s all about keeping children safe. Not quite. In it’s current form, it’s actually a sickening, agenda-driven LGBTI program which, among other things, involves material such as the following:
Continue reading “Update -‘Safe Schools Coalition’ Program to be Reviewed”
Why would large chunks of the media want to recklessly mislead us about Cyclone Winston’s ranking in the pantheon of cyclones?
It all started when I read the headline ‘worst storm on record’ on news.com.au (at 15:08 on Saturday, 20 February 2016 – before Cyclone Winston had even hit Fiji):
It’s true that the nature of property finance has changed over the years (e.g. average house prices relative to average income):
It’s an absolute pleasure to have the current political conversation flatulating around the edges of the government’s revenue sources – and the get-rich-quick schemes that could be used to extract more money out of us. Meanwhile, $40 billion annual deficits are still being cranked out (see also above graph) and our $400 billion debt will be added to for years to come.
Continue reading “Editorial – More Taxes Won’t Fix the Budget”
One of the points often lost in the ‘refugee’ crisis is the reality that a startling amount of the people marching into Europe simply aren’t refugees.
At first I thought this was a joke:
Continue reading “Quality Education – Are you a ‘supportive ally’?”
After two weeks, some more details surrounding the Esplanade train station brawl have been drip fed to the public.
It has now been confirmed that:
Continue reading “Police and Media Still Eating Doughnuts (UPDATE)”