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Random Note — Words and Mueller

It’s a classic case of the maxim of Lavrentie Beria, Stalin’s head of secret police, ‘show me the man and I’ll show you the crime’. That is, give me a name and I’ll fit him up with a crime regardless.

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Random Note — Mark Levin goes feral as he cuts loose on Robert Mueller

Time was when the traditional newspapers, radio and television (the MSM) were the gatekeepers of information. If they didn’t publish or broadcast it, it didn’t happen. It was, literally, a non-event. But then along came cable television, the internet, bloggers, streaming and podcasts and the MSM are suddenly no longer the gatekeepers they once were.

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Random Note — The Climate Hoax

The DEBATE on climate Change is a hoax on a number of levels. The word debate is in caps for a good reason. 1...It’s a hoax in the sense that the idea of climate change as it has been and continues to be, debated, propagandised and promoted as a recent phenomenon is a...

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Random Note – Hadley, 7:30 and the saga of locker room radio

Watching the moving piece about the residual scars, mental harm, and quite obvious associated PTSD caused to Andrew Moore, Chris Bowen, Jesse Perez and others on 7.30 at the hands of Ray Hadley with his workplace, Vesuvian like eruptions, bullying, intimidation and...

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The problems with conservatives

You have to give credit where credits due. The left including Labor, GetUp, the unions and of course their media wing, the ABC and Fairfax, (9) and The Guardian play a brilliant ground game. They’ve got the strategy and tactics and the manpower on the street. They are...

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Random Note — Renewables unreliables variables

It’s stating the obvious, but as obvious as it is, it is obviously lost on so many, seemingly normal and intelligent people, so busy are they getting off on the misty eyed and misguided romance of renewable enrgy that it needs to be spelled out in clear concise...

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