It made sense. Knowing that CO2 is a greenhouse gas and that our industrialized world is adding a large amount of it to the atmosphere on a yearly basis, I accepted the premise that this would cause global temperatures to rise. But one day about 7 years ago, I looked at the ubiquitous graph showing the “global” temperature of the last 150 years and noticed something odd. It was subtle, and as I found out later, disguised so that it would be overlooked. There appeared to be a period of about 40 years between 1940 and 1980 where the global temperatures actua
Source: The Most Comprehensive Assault On ‘Global Warming’ Ever | Daily Wire
I repeat … The Most Comprehensive Assault On ‘Global Warming’ Ever!
According to the latest international comparison, Australian kids are falling further behind, despite ever-larger sums of taxpayer cash being poured into the Chalk-Industrial Complex. One reason we…
Source: Tony Thomas: Teach ‘em Green, Raise ‘em Stupid | Tallbloke’s Talkshop
Why is Bendigo Bank, or any business, backing a government financed education?
Would make more sense for business to fund hospitals and old folks homes and offering discounts for their customers. Or maybe fixing roads and transport systems so we can get to their business easily.
Schools using this material are teaching students not only to be pig ignorant but poor.
It is scandalous that this stuff is used in schools. No doubt the Turnbull Government will do something about it any day now.
Or, then again, ……………
Source: Teaching children to be stupid and poor | Herald Sun
The medical reports, introduced to the controversial case as formal public exhibits by the Queensland University of Technology employee and her Brisbane solicitor Susan Moriarty suggest Cindy Prior carries past grievances and overreacted to students’ Facebook posts.
Simone Shaw, a psychologist who conducted a long interview and examination, said in a 13-page report that Ms Prior was “unlikely to attribute personal responsibility to events that occur in her life”.
solicitor who bungled the deadline date for an appeal by a woman seeking $250,000 in a racial hatred case from students for Facebook posts has implicated a judge for not telling her she was out of time.
Source: Even Prior’s lawyer blames someone else | Herald Sun
I thought law students had to study legal procedures before they could work in the court system. Is this an indication of the quality of lawyers our unis are spitting out?
The Turnbull Government promised a tough cop to crack down on rogue building unions. But it caved to crossbenchers. Senator Derryn Hinch now boasts he’s gutted this Australian Building and Construction Commission:
It’s so good that when he gets back in Bill Shorten can even live with it.
Graham Richardson is right – the crossbenchers have acted disgracefully, and proved that the Senate is now a menace to good government:
Source: Hinch boasts: Labor would love Turnbull ABCC cave-in | Herald Sun
Horse trading in federal parliament is not an option. Bad enough that feral senators try, even worse that the government lets them have their way.
But a former senior Victoria Police official has just been the victim of attempted carjacking by four African youths.
Former assistant traffic commissioner Noel Ashby told Neil Mitchell he was driving to Geelong for an 11.30am business appointment when the lane encroachment alarm suddenly went off in his Mercedes.
A 4WD, full of African teens, had snuck up beside him. A passenger in the car was ordering him to pull over.
Source: Police play down African problem. Then top ex-cop is victim | Herald Sun
Eleven thirty AM … carjacking on a busy city thoroughfare in broad daylight!