Seuss wasn’t cancelled, Seuss was sacrificed

Attorney-General Christian Porter outed himself as the Cabinet minister alleged to have committed rape in 1988. In doing so, he’s also set a new ministerial standard. And we address the cancellation of Dr Seuss – why it’s a watershed moment in the destruction of the culture.

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Time to face the music

Today a Cabinet Minister will own up to being at the centre of the 1988 rape allegations. It should not have taken this long and the Prime Minister should not have taken his word (if it actually is who almost everyone believes it is).

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The toxic culture of politics

Today on The Breakdown, another MP has been accused of rape, Emma Husar takes an almighty swipe at Albanese about her treatment in Labor, and SA Liberal Nicolle Flint walks away from it all after being the target of a vicious campaign from the left.So if politics is so awful, whose fault is it and what can be done about it?

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Where the Forrest meets the swamp

Less than three months after he left the epicentre of Australia’s national security apparatus, Nick Warner is working with Andrew Forrest who is neck-deep in business deals with Chinese state-owned enterprises. Can you see a problem?

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Trump goes two-for-two

Impeachment is over, so that means the war against Trump is ended, right? Not by a long shot. And the leftist purge continues – this time the useful idiots at the Lincoln Project are imploding.

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The woke attack

Today on The Breakdown, after 23 years of only opening his mouth to change feet, Eddie’s left Collingwood, but why are the woke now going after Waleed? And is a Magic-8 Ball smarter than a magistrate?

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This is The Daily Breakdown

If you only listen to the mainstream media you aren’t getting less than the news, you’re getting a diet of bulldust. At The Breakdown, my goal is to break through the lies with analysis that will put you ahead of the game. Or not.

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March 2021