Optus Cyberattack is the Government’s Fault
Who would have guessed laws required companies to request and store millions of customers’ personal data would inspire cyberattacks?
US Supreme Court overturns Roe v Wade
The question of whether abortion should be legal has been returned to the 50 states.
LIV Golf keeps winning
Four-time major winner Brooks Koepka has also left the PGA Tour to join LIV Golf.
Australia’s energy crisis: brought to you by the greens in both major parties
The subsidisation of unreliable “renewable” power is why wholesale electricity prices are sky-rocketing.
Saudi Arabian-backed LIV Golf Finally Tees Off
LIV Golf is off to a good start, whatever the PGA Tour and its mouthpieces in the media would have you believe.
Where to now for the Liberal Party?
All governments eventually lose power, but the Liberal Party shoulders much of the blame for this loss.
Tennis authorities strip Wimbledon of ranking points
Wimbledon’s decision to ban Russian and Belorussian players has been condemned by the tennis authorities.
Elon Musk offers to buy Twitter
The anti-free speech mainstream media is appalled that someone who believes in free speech might buy Twitter.
High oil prices are Joe Biden’s fault
Joe Biden and the Democrats’ policies are responsible for sky-high energy prices, not Putin.
Disney wants to sexualize your kids
The House of Mouse is run by radical leftists – and they want to sexualize your kids.
South Australian election shows everything that is wrong with the Liberal Party
Premier Steven Marshall fell to a deserving loss, and Liberals everywhere should take note.
Thank you for breaking the drought, Michael Mann
The infamous advocate of the climate change hoax has brought untold joy to Australians by breaking our drought.
Why does everyone have to show their support for Ukraine?
The modern epidemic of virtue signalling is really something to behold.
Farewell Share Warne
The greatest leg spinner – and one of the greatest cricketers ever – has passed away far too soon.
Let’s keep politics out of sport
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has led to calls for action against Russian sporting teams and players.
What interests does the West have in the Ukraine?
Why are we in the West concerned about what happens in Russia’s sphere of influence?
Truckers in Canada reveal the hypocrisy of politicians and corporate leaders everywhere
Whatever your views on them, Canada’s truckers have done the world a great service.
Things look dire for Scott Morrison and the Coalition
Can ScoMo achieve a repeat of his miracle 2019 election victory?
The treatment of Justin Langer has been a disgrace
Cricket Australia and the Australian cricket team should hang their heads in shame.
Facebook is suffering from Apple’s privacy changes
Shares of Meta Platforms (NASDAQ: FB), Facebook’s parent company, plunged 27% after its recent earnings update.
The Kansas City Chiefs throw away a Super Bowl appearance
A poor play call by Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid at the end of the first half proved the difference.
MLK would be appalled by the latest Supreme Court debacle
Biden and the Democrats now believe in judging people by the colour of their skin rather than the content of their character.
Joe Rogan continues to ruffle the establishment’s feathers
The famous podcast host, now exclusively on Spotify, keeps refusing to bow down to the establishment and instead continues to commit the “crime” of thinking for himself.
The Divisional round shows why the NFL is still America’s most popular sport
In a weekend of great games, the Titans and Packers, top seeds in each conference, crashed out.
Is Western Australia going to stay isolated forever?
Premier Mark McGowan keeps refusing to bow to reality.
Joe Biden’s miserable first year
Biden and the Democrats are paying the price for his being elected by the media.
Empire actor Jussie Smollett found guilty
Smollett faked a hate crime, and his acting wasn’t good enough to convince a jury otherwise.
The hits keep on coming for Magellan and Hamish Douglass
On top of recent underperformance, the abrupt departure of CEO Brett Cairns is further fraying investors’ nerves.
BHP confirms the unification of its dual listing structure
CEO Mike Henry is creating a simpler, more focussed BHP.
Can the Dallas Cowboys win the Super Bowl?
After a quarter of a century, is this the year the Cowboys finally win it all again?
Woodside pulls the trigger on Scarborough and Pluto Train 2
As well as agreeing to merge with BHP’s oil and gas assets, Woodside has approved its proposed Scarborough and Pluto Train 2 developments.
Crown Resorts receives another offer
The casino group remains an attractive target, and Blackstone has lobbed an increased bid.
Greg Norman tries to revive the Asian Golf Tour
The Aussie great is partnering with Saudi Arabia to try to improve the Asian golf scene.
Sydney Airport accepts a takeover bid
Australia’s busiest airport is going private, if the ACCC approves the transaction.
The truth starts to come out regarding the Trump Russian collusion scam
The allegation that Trump was somehow compromised by Russia was always absurd, and now the truth is finally coming out.
Biden suffers a major setback
Consistent with Biden's low approval ratings, voters backed Republicans across the country on 2 November.
The big banks cost problem
Cost savings from closing branches and reducing headcount are being more than offset by higher regulatory and tech costs.
Why is requiring voters show ID “racist”?
Treating people the same way regardless of skin colour is the exact opposite of racism.
Crown Resorts keeps its Melbourne licence
Despite all the frantic media coverage, in the end sanity prevailed.
Retail A-REITs start to recover from the pandemic
Hit by both the pandemic and the rise of online shopping, the big listed shopping centre landlords are due to benefit from reopening.
The problem with corporatising government agencies
Privatisation has been an unequivocal success, but corporatisation of public agencies less so.
Star Entertainment gets the Crown treatment
After pursuing an anti-Packer crusade against Crown (ASX: CWN), The Age, Sydney Morning Herald and Nine are now targeting Star Entertainment (ASX: SGR).
Google and YouTube would have censored Galileo
The decision by Google and YouTube to censor those who oppose the theory of man-made global warming is anti-science.
The fake Facebook whistleblower
This is clearly a co-ordinated hit job on Facebook and other social media to further Democrat attempts to censor their opponents.
APRA tries to limit house prices
The banking regulator is taking the first steps to cool Australia’s booming housing market.
Trump tries to get back on Twitter
After the social media companies worked together to kick Trump off their platforms, the former President is fighting back.
Gladys Berejiklian forced to resign
Why do unelected bureaucrats and lawyers think they have a right to choose our Premier?
The fight for PM Capital’s listed Asian fund heats up
PM Capital has made an offer for its listed PM Asian Opportunities Fund (ASX: PAF) – but Wilson Asset Management has entered the fray.
Have Magellan and Hamish Douglass lost their marbles?
Shares in fund manager Magellan Funds Management (ASX: MFG) are underperforming along with the funds the firm manages.
Will travel bounce back?
After the devastation caused by foreign and domestic border closures over the past 18 months, will the travel industry bounce back?
Happy days are here again
After a long shutdown featuring tyrannical government and police brutality, NSW is due to open in October.
Former Attorney-General Christian Porter continues to be targeted by his enemies
The treatment of Christian Porter by the media and allies of his alleged “victim” is a disgrace.
The ESG scam
ESG should stand for “Energy Stops Growing” – and it is creating another energy crisis.
Event Hospitality & Entertainment prepares for reopening
Event Hospitality & Entertainment (AXX: EVT), the owner of hotels, cinemas, the Thredbo ski resort and $2 billion in commercial real estate, is in a good position to benefit from Australia’s reopening.
Gladys Berejiklian deserves an Order of Australia medal
The NSW Premier is the best leader in Australia – and it’s no contest.
The IVF market is booming
Lockdowns and travel restrictions have increased the demand for IVF services.
Politicians, not judges, should decide whether coal mines are built
An activist justice on the Federal Court seems to think they he, rather than our elected representatives, has the right to approve – or disapprove – new coal mines.
Crown Resorts updates investors
As expected, the casino operator reported a disappointing 2021 result, and updated investors on potential changes once it learns its fate.
Booktopia goes from strength to strength
Australia’s version of the original Amazon – an online bookseller – continues to grow profits.
Endeavour Group brews a decent result
Drinks and hotels company Endeavour (ASX: EDV) has reported its first result since splitting from Woolworths earlier this year.
Biden continues to show incompetence on Afghanistan
Whatever the deal with the Taliban, allied forces need to stay long enough to get our citizens and those who helped us to safety.
Apple intends to scan your photos for illegal images of minors
The company appears well-intentioned but this move raises serious questions too.
BHP’s stunner of a result
The Big Australian also announced an entry into potash and a merger with Woodside.
The fall of Kabul shows the incompetence of the American elites
Afghanistan has fallen to the Taliban, proving our elites are incompetent fools.
There is no alternative to learning to live with the virus
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian realises that the COVID genie can’t be put back in the bottle.
Kangaroo Island Plantation Timbers’ sorry saga comes to an end
After struggling for years to build a wharf that would benefit all of Kangaroo Island, selfish NIMBY locals have won.
Pining for a modern-day Alistair Cooke
A modern version of Alistair Cooke’s Letter from America radio broadcast is sorely needed today.
What right does YouTube have to censor anyone?
YouTube’s disgraceful action in banning Sky News Australia for alleged “misinformation” raises serious questions.
Pinnacle Investment Management’s stellar result
Financial firm Pinnacle (ASX: PNI) is going from strength to strength.
Australia decides on a pandemic exit strategy
It’s not perfect but it’s the only way out of this debacle.
The January 6 commission is a farce
Do Pelosi and the Democrats really think we don’t realise what’s going on?
Rio Tinto’s dividend bonanza
The iron ore boom is proving very lucrative for Rio Tinto’s (ASX: RIO) shareholders.
Anti-lockdowns protests show Australia’s COVID-19 response has been a disaster
Given the incompetence at all levels of government, why are people so surprised as these protests?
Crown Resorts: The prosecution rests at the Victorian Royal Commission
Counsel Assisting the Commission has made its closing submissions.
The best way to respond to “bad” ideas, whether on vaccines or anything else
Rather than ridiculing or censoring people with “bad” ideas, it’s better to try to persuade them to change their minds.
The Australian media plunge to new depths
The worst thing about the COVID-19 pandemic is the Australian media.
Crown is in good hands
CEO Steve McCann is the perfect choice to run Crown, as he showed at the Victorian Royal Commission.
With Sydney’s latest COVID-19 outbreak getting worse, what is Australia’s exit plan?
Ongoing lockdowns across Australia show the COVID-19 eradication strategy has failed. Australia needs an alternative.
Who’s to blame for Australia’s slow vaccine rollout?
Australia’s vaccine rollout has been universally panned – but who is really to blame?
PEXA lists on the ASX
This digital property settlements firm is a very good business but is being priced as one too.
It keeps getting worse for Crown Resorts
The various enquiries into Crown Resorts and its casinos in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth keep finding behaviour that is unacceptable.
Trump Organization charges prove you can indict a ham sandwich
A biased Manhattan DA appears to have won the first round – but at the expense of the rule of law and due process.