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More Than Words – HSU Secretary gives it straight back to a former MSM journalist

November 8, 2016 - 21:10 -- Editor

In what feels somewhat like Déjà vu I have recently found myself once again correcting the reports of the mainstream regarding to goings on within the HSU.

The mainstream, both News Ltd and Fairfax, who for years told us how heroic Kathy Jackson was as she allegedly bled the unions dry now suddenly think they can convince us that they are an authority on all things HSU.

Dirty Water – Berrigan Council and their strange views on environmental dangers

October 22, 2016 - 17:17 -- Editor

Some of you may have read my articles on the Southern NSW town of Finley and the war memorial hall threatening, puppy factory loving council they are unfortunate enough to be a part of, Berrigan Shire Council. If not, I have dedicated a category to them on my site now as there appears to be a never ending stream on controversy surrounding them.

El Distorto – Rewriting history with Fairfax

October 18, 2016 - 21:24 -- Editor

Some of you may be dismayed to know of Fairfax staff referring to my readers as the “tin foil hat crowd”. Yes, they have reverted to name calling. I on the other hand know that readers here tend to appreciate evidence for what they read rather than sloppy journalism and less than half-truths from some who may well need a hat of some sort as the sun stroke is seemingly affecting their judgement.

More Than A Woman – Kimberley Kitching wins Senate spot and the media are in a frenzy

October 14, 2016 - 16:17 -- Editor

Bill Shorten has raised some huge questions with his support of Kimberley Kitching for the Senate position left vacant by Stephen Conroy, and today the media is all over it.

So let’s have a quick look at the real questions regarding Kitching’ s elevation to the position of Senator and the answers.

Is she qualified for the position? Yes

Has she dedicated her life to promoting the Labor cause? Yes

Was she elected to this position? Yes, almost unanimously