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Questions No-one Asked Today – 30-7-21

As usual, journos questioning Glass-Jaw Gladys and Zombie Bureaucrat Chant managed to prove themselves both craven and stupid. Just one of these questions would have been nice.

If Only An Organisation Existed

If only a framework existed for political action that could provide guidance and focus to the thousands of people who know something is going horribly wrong

The Real Covid Problem is the Media

Journos describing the policy failure over Covid never call out the real problem - the media itself, and its stupid and craven journos.

Paul Murray – A Loud, Empty Vessel

SkyNews’ Paul Murray has revealed himself as an empty vessel over Covid lockdown protests and vaccines.

Liberal Strategists Should Start Thinking Post ScoMo & Gladys

The unseemly celebrations from Liberal hacks over ScoMo's recent NewsPoll's ratings weren't just tasteless, they were short-sighted.

Losing the populist moment

Australia lacks a single articulate, persistent fighter for change to empower the people. We just have frauds and fools. And we risk losing the populist moment.

The NSW Liberals destroy themselves along with the nation

You had to prove what we all knew. That at heart our rulers are exactly the self-serving, careerist status-hounds you told us you weren’t.

Professional politics – in the name of the people, with contempt for the people

Politicians are building more barriers to repel the views of their voters, and a directionless centre-right is at the forefront.

Wankery and Western Civilisation

Voters want doers, not talkers. On Western Civilisation, just as on everything else.

The indoctrination factories may be less effective than we fear

Indoctrination from school scolds – and the overweening hypocrisy of the gender, racial and other narratives they push – are creating spontaneous, if cynical, teenage conservatives.

It’s time for primaries

Party machines and voting methods insulate our political class from voter accountability. Primaries can change that.

We don’t need right-wing comedy

Be clear: comedy can be about politics, but the moment it is for politics rather than for humour, the comedy dies.

Have we outgrown Yes, Minister?

The failings of ministers and their offices ensure continuing bureaucratic failure. That the political class across all political parties sees this as normal and acceptable is an important reason that it is losing legitimacy.

It’s not just the Liberals. It’s the political class.

Articles about personal or intra-party spats write themselves. Take a longer and broader view, however, and what we see is the bipartisan breakdown of political class legitimacy

The right is to blame for Trumpery too

Peta Credlin gets Trumpery story precisely backwards. The political class’ smug dismissal of voter concerns is a bipartisan sin.