AFL 2022 Collingwood: Heritier Lumumba releases new Nathan Buckley audio tapes, recordings

Former Collingwood player Heritier Lumumba has released new secret recordings as he announced his decision to “walk away”. Former AFL star Heritier Lumumba has posted on Twitter he is walking away from his crusade against Collingwood. His announcement came just minutes after he released new secret audio recordings of conversations he had with former Magpies … Read more

Buried cash: $2.1m Runaway Bay home built on site where tradies dug up $500k

On a picturesque street in the sleepy Gold Coast suburb of Runaway Bay, a luxury $2.1 million home hides an incredible secret. On a picturesque street in the sleepy Gold Coast suburb of Runaway Bay, a luxury $2.1 million home hides an incredible secret. The four-bedroom, two-bathroom waterfront “dream home” was sold off the plan … Read more

‘My body my choice’: Thousands rally across US for abortion rights

About a thousand abortion rights protesters gather outside the Planned Parenthood clinic in Louisville, one of the two abortion providers in Kentucky Thousands of activists, many in pink, took to the streets across the United States on Saturday in a national day of action calling for safe and legal access to abortion. The demonstrations are … Read more

Clerk who worked on Roe decision blasts Supreme Court leak

A former Supreme Court clerk for Justice Harry Blackmun who worked on the jurist’s landmark opinion majority in Roe V. Wade strongly condemned the recent leak of a draft decision potentially overturning the case. Jim Ziglar, now 76, ripped the leak as a “travesty” and “disgrace,” and believes it likely came from an activist clerk … Read more

Mitch McConnell on Abortion: It’s the Supreme Court’s Job to Issue Rulings Americans Don’t Want

One of the most outrageous aspects of the news that the Supreme Court is likely to overturn Roe v. wade is the fact that—despite what some conservatives would have people believe—a majority of Americans believe abortion should be legal in all or most cases and want to see the landmark decision upheld. But according to … Read more

Terrified Susan Collins Calls Cops After Chalk Vigilantes Politely Ask Her to Protect Women’s Rights

Chalk. If it’s been a while since you held a piece of it or watched someone else use some in action, a quick reminder that this soft, porous, sedimentary carbonate rock is popularly used in classrooms, by small children, or outside of coffee shops to lure in customers with promises of cold brew and freshly … Read more

Elizabeth Warren grabs center stage

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is eclipsing President Biden with endorsements and, at times, as the Democrats’ leading voice on major issues, including abortion and canceling student debt. Why it matters: The progressive’s prominence is pressuring the incumbent president and White House to move left. It’s also raising questions about her ambitions, especially as the Democratic … Read more

Anti-abortion campaign targets Labor candidates

Labor candidates have reportedly become the targets of an anti-abortion scare campaign organized by a “pro-life” group. An advertising campaign has targeted Labor candidates over an earlier policy to allow abortions in public hospitals. Pamphlets reportedly delivered to voters in the marginal seat of Macquarie bear the slogan: “Labor wants you to fund abortions”. An … Read more

Mitch McConnell Acknowledges a National Abortion Ban Is “Possible” if ‘Roe’ Is Overturned

Last Tuesday, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell was asked whether he would try to pass a national abortion ban if the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, as it appeared poised to do, according to the leaked draft opinion that had been publicized the night before. The Kentucky lawmaker dodged the question, insisting that the … Read more

Trial for alleged murder of Canberra man Peter Keeley hears teenage boy thought he was a paedophile

One of the three boys accused him of murdering Canberra Peter Keeley spoke to through a dating app before he was found dead, while another believed he was a paedophile, a NSW court has heard. Key points: Two of three then-teenage boys charged with the murder of Peter Keeley are facing a judge alone trial … Read more