Seems we haven’t learned from Jill Meagher, Masa Vutkovic and the rest. The tragic murder of Eurydice Dixon in Melbourne has sparked vigorous discussion on a number of issues. However among all the virtue signalling, hashtags, self-righteous teleprompter readers like Lisa Wilkinson going on vacuous rants
The recent David Dunstan fiasco and it’s “resolution” raised many questions over the legitimacy over using firearms for self-defence. One of the main things to come out of the incident was NSW Nationals MP John Barilaro moving to launch an inquiry in to NSW’s self-defence laws.
Two of three by-elections in NSW have seen the Nationals suffer more massive swings against them. In Cootamundra, the Nationals held onto the seat but suffered a 19.4% swing against them with Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party candidate Matthew Stadtmiller receiving 23.3% of the primary vote in
Predictable. On the eve of both the Cootamundra and Murray by-elections and trying to ride the wave of Las Vegas emotion the NSW Nationals, who are living in fear of another Orange backlash, wheeled out two old fossils in vein hope of securing a last minute
The case of Albury farmer David Dunstan has seen the consistently anti-firearm Australian media decide to come out on the side of self-defence this past week. Andrew Bolt has written briefly about self-defence before and even had John R Lott protégé Kesten Green on The Bolt