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Random Note — The ABC

The last thing that should be done and even then it shouldn’t even be in the mix as an option, is to sell the ABC. Why do you say that, Jim? Because you never know whose going to buy it.

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Random Photo — Careful how you go

Random Photo — Careful how you go

It was 5th Century BC, and Greece was the cradle of Western Civilisation. It all happened right here. The Home of Homer, Pythagoras, Archimedes, Aristotle, Socrates. Plato, Euclid...Truly amazing!! It occurs to me that these ancient ruins not only serve as a limestone...

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A Conservative Abandons Almost All Hope — Burchell Wilson, Quadrant

Journalists not only ignore and refuse to report objectively on contentious policy issues, they also actively campaign to undermine our institutions of government and vindictively seek to terminate the employment of anyone who disagrees with them. Journalists and their editors for years have been actively engaged in ruthless campaigns to terrorize and silence their political opposition.

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Random Note — Institutional Racism

The term 'institutional racism' although American in origin and seems to be taking root, like so many other things from terms like 'first nations' (from Canada), institutional racism will more stridently find it way into the Australian lexicon on the back of the talk...

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Random Note — Diversity

Diversity, Inclusion and equity have become the holy trinity supplanting the original, father, son and the Holy Spirit. I mean, it sounds really, really good. Who could possibly argue with the idea of diversity? 

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Patrick Moore and the Agenda of Fear — American Thinker

Patrick Moore and the Agenda of Fear — American Thinker

.Politically motivated climate alarmists are using fear to gain control of human behavior and environmental resources and undermine free, prosperous societies. Dr. Patrick Moore, an ecologist and disillusioned cofounder of Greenpeace, exposes their agendas and false claims in his recent book Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom.

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Science In An Age Of Fear — American Thinker

Science In An Age Of Fear — American Thinker

Don’t you believe in Science?” she asked.  She was a devoted member of the Party of Science — the party that doesn’t recognize that men and women are different. “No,” I said.  “I am a scientist.  I practice science, I don’t believe in it.”  For more than half a century I have been a professional physicist.

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Random Note — Culture Wars

“..The uncontested absurdities of today are the accepted slogans of tomorrow. They come to be accepted by degrees, by dint of constant pressure on one side and constant retreat on the other until one day they are suddenly declared to be the country’s official ideology..”

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