Australia’s Catholic Church: Politics, Paganism And Pandering

Two weeks ago, the Plenary Council met in Sydney for the second time, and quickly descended into radical activism.

The lack of courage from those who should be defending the faith was palpable as Bishops voted in favour of incorporating pagan symbols and rituals into the liturgy.

There were only two who voted against it.

Read my latest for The Spectator Australia.

Albanese: Putting Australia Last?

While Albo has been on a world tour full of photo-ops, handshakes and handouts, Australians have been suffering from floods, inflation, rising interest rates, and ridiculously high petrol prices.

Now, with the PM seeking to allow New Zealand citizens to vote in our elections, it seems apparent that Anthony Albanese just won’t stop putting Australia last.

My latest for The Spectator Australia.

Australia’s Corporate Surveillance State

Just like freedoms have been compromised over the last two and a half years, privacy is now being infringed upon.

Big Business, including Kmart, Good Guys, and Bunnings, are using facial recognition technology in their stores.

Meanwhile in Victoria, the Andrews government has been using an agency called Insights Victoria to track the credit card transactions and social media sentiment of its citizens.

When Big Brother is watching, no one is safe.

Read my latest for The Spectator Australia.