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Random Note — The Liberals

It is becoming more and more apparent with each passing day that Turnbull is terminal and that the Libs are simply whistling past the cemetery, trying to forestall the inevitable.

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Random Note (part 2) — Kristina Keneally

Like most people taking an interest in the Bennelong by election I’ve been watching how Kristina Keneally handles the parry and thrust and the heat of the kitchen without Eddie, Joe and Ian there to prop her up and lean on party rogues and recalcitrants. I still can’t...

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Random Note — Energy

Random Note — Energy

They blow up decommissioned power stations with the same mad eyed, frothing and insane orgasmic enthusiasm and alacrity as that of the ululating Taliban blowing up the Bamiyan Buddhas which again is not dissimilar to the way our insane cultural relativist political class had a collective orgasm with much ululating, hugging and kissing on the floor of parliament when they blew up traditional marriage along with freedom of speech and religious protections only a week ago. And again, they are so proud of their insane deeds. This is what we’re dealing with. What a low rent class of people. Sam Dastyari was an amateur at selling us out. In fact a Chinese hegemon is looking good by comparison to our gaggle of smug and condescending but in reality totally incompetent, insecure and uncertain milquetoast pantie waists..

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Why Jerusalem Matters — American Thinker

Other nations will surely follow suit, as even the most timid among them may eventually move their embassies to Jerusalem. Donald Trump paved the way. He is only the third president to offer such a magnanimous gesture to Israel. Harry Truman did in 1948 when the U.S. became the first nation to recognize the new State of Israel. Richard Nixon saved Israel in the 1973 Yom Kippur War with an unprecedented massive military airlift. Both presidents suffered the opposition of allies and friends alike. Both were there for Israel when it mattered most.

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Time to raise the voting age: Teens sliding on civics — The Australian

Australian teenagers are more ­socially aware than ever, are passionate about human rights, ethical shopping and protecting the environment, but almost two-thirds lack the basic knowledge required to become informed and active citizens in our democracy. Civics and citizenship has been a highly politicised part of the curriculum in recent years, amid complaints that it harbours an “anti-Western bias”, content is vague and repetitive, and students emerge lacking substantial knowledge of government and politics.

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Random Note —- Kristina Keneally

So with absolutely no stellar achievements in politics, business, or the public service, no particular skill set, dedication or effort, she is appointed Premier, considered as an ambassadorial appointment, tapped for Bennelong and appointed to the senate if Project Bennelong hits the wall. All without having to lift so much as a finger.

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Snowflakes resent being referred to as ‘snowflakes’ — American Thinker

Your daily schadenfreude today is a delicious mix of blissful ignorance and total obliviousness demonstrated by young people who show no signs of growing into adults anytime soon. An insurance company conducted a survey and found that 72% of 16- to 24-year-olds don’t like being referred to as “snowflakes.” But the kicker from this survey is that 72% believe that being called a “snowflake” damages their mental health.

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