‘Rhetorical Momentum’ – Quote of the Day

Today's quote of the day comes from American journalist, Steve Sailor. Writing for 'Taki's Magazine', Sailor states: I’m often told, in effect, “You’re a smart guy, but you sound like a crazy extremist when you speak...

The Gender Contradiction

A few days ago I wrote a piece here, criticising some of the material used by the Safe Schools Coalition to 'educate' children on gender. In that piece, I spelled out some of the...

Straight to the point – March of the militant Labor Left

Indigenous leader Pat Dodson is going to replace Labor Senator Joe Bullock after Bullock resigned due to Labor disallowing a conscience vote on same-sex marriage after 2019. Support for Labor will clearly contribute to the...

BREAKING NEWS – Trump wins 7 primaries

Donald J. Trump wins primaries in Virginia, Alabama, Tennessee, Massachusetts, Arkansas, Vermont and Georgia. The Trump campaign to ‪#‎MakeAmericaGreatAgain is clearly resonating widely with Americans.

Sam Smith sin-binned for Oscars speech

British musician Sam Smith has been embroiled in controversy over his acceptance speech after receiving an Academy Award for Best Original Song for his James Bond theme song, Writing on the Wall. His speech...

Wowsers ban grid girls

In response to the ending of Grid Girls at the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide, Grumpy Motorist has the following to say: Just saw on the "news" (Today Show while I am in a waiting room)...

Cultural Marxism anyone?

Unfortunately behind the paywall is the "exclusive" from today's Oz, which actually tells us what we already knew - namely that the Safe Schools Coalition is not only a way of promoting homosexual and...

Food for thought – Clinically delusional ABC host

Regularly the XYZ attracts Leftist trolls who contend that the “ABC isn’t inherently left-wing”, to which I often advise they seek psychiatric assistance for their clinically delusional beliefs. While this is a common condition...

The Problem with Speed Limits

A while ago I did a rant on speed limits and the reason behind them not actually being safer at their current speeds... And here, thanks to a study done by car advice, we can...

The Australian economy and the housing boom: Winning

Colour me pink - I agree with Labor on something - and the Greens last week. I hate politics, and I hate the two party preferred system. I have a love for policy. I believe...

Food for thought – Bugger their ABC

Reflecting back on the ABC coverage for the week, has left me to consider General Curtis LeMay’s opinions over the effectiveness of putting down the enemy with a “rusty bayonet”. Coverage this week consisted of...

Say it with a Picture: The White Guilt Awards

The beauty of the Say it with a Picture segment here at The XYZ, is that by definition, we don't really need to say that much.  So with regard to today's Academy Awards ceremony,...

Food for thought – Statesman Salesmanship

There is a truly ripper quote by conservative Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson, which states: “Everybody lives by selling something.” Whether you are spruiking a particular product line, selling yourself in an interview or haggling the...

Quote of the Day: The “heteronormative” minority

There has been a lot of talk recently about heteronormativity, cisgenderivity, masculofluiditisation, and cisheterofluidopolarisationingsisationpoofivity. What's that? We made all those words up? Nah. They have been proven to exist. By science. Anyway, here is a...

Hostility to the Human Body

Parents of Australian school students will most likely be surprised, if not a little shocked to discover that their children are being taught that "genitals and body don't actually reflect anything about a...

3MBS and Mendelssohn outshine ABC Classic FM

Today, Melbourne community radio station 3MBS (103.5) has been holding its annual "Music Marathon" at the Hawthorn Town Hall. Previous years have celebrated the work of Beethoven, Brahms, and Schubert - today was the...

Food for thought – Christie causes Rubio to urinate

Yesterday the spineless light weight, Marco Rubio, was delusional enough to suggest he had beat Donald Trump with debating “mind games”, to which Mr. Trump responded (with eye brows raised) “Is this guy sniffing...

People too Scared to Speak: John Howard

Former Prime Minister of Australia, John Howard has expressed concerns that the culture and standards of Australian society are being threatened by an increasing intolerance towards those who do not subscribe to a range...

Food for thought – Wake up and hit back

As the pretentious poof posse (holding up at their ABC) continues to flog trendy cosmopolitan rhetoric, the bourgeoning forces of common-sense conservatism is beginning to come to a boil (both here and abroad). While these...

Pranks aren’t terrorism

In a different direction of my style of writing I take aim at the media, the police and one of the worst shows on Australian television – ‘The Project’. Recently on social media a...