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Thanks to another 30-day ban on (((Facebook))) for “hate speech”, I’ve had lots of free time this week to rack up a tonne of shift work, while affording me a moment or so to...

No, it's not what you think. This isn't a tired overreaching Vox hit piece on the not even tenuous connection between the hit television series based on a book by Margaret Atwood and the...

It is with great pleasure that The XYZ can announce, in the spirit of gender equality to which it always strives, its second Wally of the Week, named after Everybody's Favourite Muslim Apologist, Waleed...

In a move that was not so much foreshadowed in the just completed season of Doctor Who as dragged across the sky in a very large banner, the soon-to-regenerate Doctor is to become a...

The last time I spoke to my mother was almost nine years ago. I rang to let her know that I was getting married. As we were living on opposite ends of the planet...

I have noted several times on The XYZ since the epic political victories in 2016, that an intellectual space has opened up for those of us on the right, whether we consider ourselves conservatives,...

About a decade and a half ago, my left-wing friends started coming back from Europe and lecturing anyone who would listen on how everything was better there. Two main points stood out from the...

To start with, I am a nerd, and I have accepted this as my lot in life. Thankfully, I never reached neckbeard status. One of my nerdy pleasures has always been the BBC show Doctor...

Editor's note: Liberator Zen has produced a wonderful video on the life and work of the late Bill Leak. It covers his early years, his strong reputation for challenging the fascism of political correctness,...

An unintentionally hilarious article in The Australian today: All the indicators are pointing to a dearth of women in economics. "I wholeheartedly agree that the lack of women in senior roles in business and economic...

Dean Hamstead I have had two conversations on social media recently in which I have argued for free market broadband in Australia as the answer to repeated government failures in that sector. I won't offer...

For a very brief period this month I was a contributor to the Spectator Australia. Then suddenly I wasn’t. It turns out the Stasi commissars over at Overland Journal wrote a very badly structured...

Section 44 of the Australian Constitution sets out restrictions on a person's eligibility to hold Federal Office: 44. Any person who - (i.) Is under any acknowledgement of allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power,...

It has been a while since XYZ held a Wally of the Week, but this is about as good as it gets. Federal Greens Senator for Western Australia Scott Ludlam has been forced to resign,...

There is a new player in town on the Australian Alt Right, and they have hit the ground running, making the news in Sydney with some well designed flyers which triggered the usual suspects: "RACIST...

(((Brad Sherman))), the Russian Jewish Democrat for California's 30th congressional district, and Al Green the Democrat for Texas's 9th congressional district (and former Houston President of the NAACP) formally introduced an article of impeachment...

I’ve been in Holland for three weeks, and in this time certain observations have turned into realizations of fundamental differences between where I was and where I now reside. That’s a convoluted way of...

Being either a brave independent spirit who refuses to bend the knee before the tyranny of the Hollywood commandments, or alternatively just a lazy sod who takes forever to get around to doing things,...

In what is now a fairly standard statement to the Senate today in Rome, Human Rights Commissioner Timus Southoftheanus declared that Rome remains far too Latino-Roman and that there must be greater ‘cultural diversity’...

Rollo has a great post up at The Rational Male titled Confidence and the safety net. Ostensibly it’s about how understanding red pill awareness gives a man an emotional and mental safety net if...