Of Curmudgeonly Interest This Week – 13 April 2017

I normally post these on a Sunday, but seeing as we have Easter coming up, plus it's been a few weeks between posts, I thought I'd get in early. There's only a couple of items this week, but I think they're all well and truly worthy: Panpan Wang's story about Chinese tourists; A Paradoxical Millennial's thoughts on Brexit, nine months on; and Roaming Millennial's reflections on fatherless homes. Do read on ...

Of Curmudgeonly Interest This Week – 5 March 2017

I've got quite a few for you, this week: Keysar Trad, the inconvenient face of Islam in Australia. Clive James being an inconvenient conservative. Academics waking up to the fact that there is something rotten in the ivory towers, and Sam Harris waking up to the fact the left is rotten. Rebel Media taking a stand against Milo, and Mother Jones standing up for Trump. And more! Click on ...

What if they raised Swastika flags in Australian classroom?

A thought experiment This is quite an old column I wrote for the Connor Post, but which I didn't realise I hadn't reposted yet. The thought experiment in this case is to ask, what if an academic infatuated with not one, but another controversial ideologue whose theories had directly lead to millions of deaths last …

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