Michael de Percy

Art’s gone Woke and no longer serves the common good

21 May 2024 9:31 am

Perhaps the National Gallery of Australia should be renamed the National Fringe Gallery of Australia...

A Federal Budget to celebrate

14 May 2024 10:21 pm

Is this the moment Labor self-destructs?

Fearless sons and daughters of Anzacs

25 April 2024 3:50 am

Fearless sons and daughters of Anzacs, today we commemorate the landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps at…

The Albanese government is our biggest national security threat

16 April 2024 8:58 pm

The bold display of Iranian military drones over the holy city of Jerusalem symbolises the weakness of the Albanese government.…

Dear Senator Wong, recognising a terrorist state is wrong

11 April 2024 12:33 am

Senator Wong’s recent call to recognise Palestine, which is controlled by the proscribed terrorist organisation Hamas, was supported by Senator…

Albo unashamedly takes credit for union buster’s grand vision

8 April 2024 2:00 am

Albanese is selling our young voters a dangerous lie

70 per cent of EV data is made up

2 April 2024 2:00 am

Evangelistic EV drivers tell me that as an academic, I should know better. They are unimpressed when I do not…

Treasurer’s antifragile Budget just another black swan

25 March 2024 10:30 am

The Treasurer is like a boss who enthusiastically makes everyone’s life a misery with every new fad. Only this time,…

How about tax deductions for your home loan interest?

21 March 2024 2:25 am

Imagine if you could claim the interest you pay on your mortgage as a tax deduction. While you can’t in…

Woke tropes informing Australia’s Gaza response

16 March 2024 11:35 am

ACT Senator David Pocock wrote about Australia’s response to the humanitarian tragedy in Gaza recently. The next day, Foreign Affairs Minister Penny Wong…

Our spy laws are out of date (again)

13 March 2024 2:00 am

It appears that ASIO is unable to bring about the prosecution of an unamed former politician who betrayed Australia because…

Eshays, imported riots – are water cannons next?

11 March 2024 1:00 am

Whether it’s antisemitic pro-Palestinians or a gathering of ‘eshays’ in Logan in Queensland, our police forces have lost control of…

Communist roots to anti-nuclear sentiment in Australia

2 March 2024 3:07 am

At the end of the second world war, the Chifley Labor government became involved in a joint project with Britain…

Conservatives have no solutions, or so the story goes

12 February 2024 2:00 am

...and socialists have solutions that are abhorrent

Politicians must permit Australians to speak up

10 February 2024 2:14 am

At a recent public meeting in regional Australia, I asked what politicians could do to capitalise on the current mood…

Your super may be funding Labor’s broken promises

30 January 2024 1:00 am

Industry superannuation funds are great if you are a member of one. Low administration fees, focused on returns for members,…

The end of Woke is nigh

26 January 2024 4:00 am

People used to refer to Paul Keating as the best Liberal Prime Minister we ever had. When Malcolm Turnbull became…

Labor are the masters of their own demise

17 January 2024 2:00 am

Labor’s energy policy has recast Labor from the ‘catch-all’ party of Keating to the ‘upset-all’ party of Albanese

Bowen’s homemade recipe for an energy debacle

6 January 2024 12:20 am

Rewiring the nation won’t happen by rewriting history. Markets work best through light regulation and promoting competition. Government has a…

Activists have severely damaged the arts in Australia

6 December 2023 3:00 am

Some of our finest cultural institutions have been hijacked by political activists. Captive audiences have been subjected to political activism while artists…

Albo’s control of your TV is only the tip of the iceberg

28 November 2023 4:30 am

With Communications Minister Michelle Rowland expected to introduce a ‘prominence’ bill this week, Australians should be very worried about the…

Whither journalism for the common people?

12 November 2023 3:16 am

Who knew that news media services would become so partisan that they would support government agendas that conflict with the common people?…

Superiority complex at the heart of elite activism

3 November 2023 12:59 am

The defeat of the Voice Referendum is no reason to rejoice, but rather a time for reflection. Indigenous communities need…

Fixing potholes is a policy we can all agree on

30 October 2023 4:30 am

On my way to the local tip, my car lurched as I backed out over the naturally occurring drain that…

Coastal wind farms: this Sunday, the people say ‘no’ again

29 October 2023 12:00 am

When the first coastal wind farms were announced by Energy Minister Chris Bowen, I thought I was dreaming. Australia has…