Defending the Fourth Amendment, Gorsuch’s Constitutional Case

[Image Source: Getty/Drew Angerer] In the landmark Carpenter v. United States case on the privacy of historical cell phone location records, the Supreme Court ruled in favour of requiring government needing a warrant to collect such data. Surprisingly for some, the liberal Justices on the court, joined by Chief Justice Roberts, authored the majority opinion. Prior to this case, government entities did not require a … Continue reading Defending the Fourth Amendment, Gorsuch’s Constitutional Case

Why the ‘Bully Hunters’ are Another Garbage Leftist Movement in Gaming

Do you remember getting bullies off your back during high school by getting someone else to tell them off anonymously? Neither do I. Strange then, that this new movement in the world of gaming – the self-proclaimed ‘Bully Hunters’ – thinks that the way to help women ‘targeted’ by trolls in online video games is to join the victim and play their match for them, … Continue reading Why the ‘Bully Hunters’ are Another Garbage Leftist Movement in Gaming

The Second Amendment Doesn’t Give the Right to Bear Arms

The Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States reads as follows: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed. In reading this, it is necessary to understand – the Second Amendment does not actually give you the right keep and bear arms. Instead, it … Continue reading The Second Amendment Doesn’t Give the Right to Bear Arms

Trump’s Tariffs Reveal Complete Economic Illiteracy

[Image Source: AFP] US President Donald Trump revealed plans in a meeting with US industry officials at the White House this week to impose a weighty tariff on imported steel and aluminium, come next week. Speaking of decades of ‘unfair’ treatment that the US steel and aluminium industries have suffered, President Trump vowed to take action to rebuild these industries and to protect their workers … Continue reading Trump’s Tariffs Reveal Complete Economic Illiteracy

AU: Sydney Rail Strike Will Cripple City Next Monday

[Image Source: Christian Gilles] Sydney Train workers voted to proceed with a 24-hour strike – the first in almost two decades – following a supposedly overwhelming ‘NO’ vote to stop the industrial action from taking place. The strike will occur on Monday next week, although an overtime ban which will significantly reduce the number of services will take place beginning Thursday. This comes after a … Continue reading AU: Sydney Rail Strike Will Cripple City Next Monday

The Memo, Weaponizing Intelligence

[Image Source: Getty / Andrew Burton] On Thursday, Republican congressmen took to the media and Twitter, calling for the release of a classified intelligence memo on what is being described as extensive FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) abuse. The classified report, they say, will cripple the Russia Collusion investigation and remove people from government. The four-page memo has already been made available to House members to … Continue reading The Memo, Weaponizing Intelligence

Judicial Activism, Beware a Double Standard

[Image Source: Getty / Scott Olson] Conservatives have long bemoaned judicial activism – when a judge is suspected of ruling based on personal belief or opinion rather than an adherence to the law. Recently the most blatant case of this was when lower courts, notably the Ninth Circuit Court, repeatedly attempted to block President Trump’s ‘travel ban’. The Ninth Circuit Court is infamous for judicial activism, … Continue reading Judicial Activism, Beware a Double Standard