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Berejiklian’s “Shock Resignation” Was No Shock at All

By Sonia Hickey: Sydney Criminal Lawyers Blog. Many who watched the final press conference in which Gladys Berejiklian resigned from politics, have been wondering why the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC)  had chosen a critical time in the State’s fight… Continue Reading →

Friendlyjordies and the NSW Government’s Demise

By Michelle Pini, Managing Editor of Independent Australia. The resignations of the Premier and Deputy Premier of New South Wales, blaming ICAC and Friendlyjordies, respectively, signal the worst time of mourning for establishment media. WHY DID both Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Deputy… Continue Reading →

Freedom from Information: Thank You Gladys Berejiklian and NSW Health.

By Callum Foote: Michael West Media. Dear Premier Gladys Berejiklian and NSW Health, thank you for finally responding to our Freedom of Information request. We ask that, in future, you simply send us an old roll of toilet paper. An… Continue Reading →

ICAC is Not a Curse, and Probity in Government Matters. The Australian Media would do well to Remember That.

By Denis Muller, University of Melbourne. Journalists are adept at creating and reflecting public sentiment. It is a reciprocating process: journalistic portrayal creates the sentiment, then the sentiment feeds back into journalistic portrayal. This phenomenon can be seen clearly in… Continue Reading →

Gladys Berejiklian: NSW Premier of the Lockdown State Political Wolf in Liberal Clothing

By Paul Collits SOME years ago, I essayed that Malcolm Turnbull was, for the Liberal Party, the Manchurian Candidate par excellence.  Readers may recall the 1962 film classic in which a prisoner of war was brainwashed by communists into becoming… Continue Reading →

Is The NSW Government Becoming a Hobessian ‘Leviathan’?

By Mark Powell Gladys Berejiklian, the Premier of New South Wales, announced at her most recent press conference that the government is working on a “proof of vaccination app”. This will in effect take the place of the current QR… Continue Reading →

What NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian Is Really Up To

By Paul Collits: The Freedoms Project Those who thought that the NSW Government’s approach to Covid management was both liberal and proportional have been delivered a rude shock, with escalating Covid State totalitarianism that is only just beginning.  This article… Continue Reading →

Pants on Fire: Australia’s Governance Hits Rock Bottom

By Paul Collits Should Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews, leader of Australia’s second most populist state, resign?  Should his NSW counterpart, Premier Gladys Berejiklian?  The chances are that each of these paragons of morality and competence has covered up the truth… Continue Reading →

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