Bolt - Still Not Sorry
Still Not Sorry
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|Format: ||Paperback, 260 pages|
|Published In: ||Australia, 03 October 2016|
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Andrew Bolt is Australia's most prominent and controversial commentator. Bolt - Still Not Sorry is an updated, revised edition of the best-seller, showcasing a selection of Andrew Bolt's best newspaper columns from the early years of the 21st century. This was an era of great volatility in Australia and around the world as we struggled to come to terms with the growing threat of terror and Islamic extremism in the wake of the 9/11 attacks on the United States, the resultant War on Terror and the 2002 bombings in Bali. Still Not Sorry looks at the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq; the Australian Republic Debate; the dangers of the new "Green Religion"; as well as immigration, boat people and the need for Australia to secure its borders, amongst other topics; and includes some of Andrew's best columns. From the author of Bolt: Worth Fighting For.
Table of Contents
Preface; Introduction; My Australia; Their Australia; Groping for a New Morality; Ceremonies & Celebrations; The Green Religion; The "Stolen Generations"; Films, Books & Other Lies; Teacher-Preachers; Grumbles in Grants-Land; Mark Latham's Swamp of Hate; Our World at War; Our Trouble with Islam
About the Author
Andrew Bolt is Australias most prominent and controversial commentator. In this second book of columns and reflections, Bolt is again in the front lines of our most urgent political and social debates, from Islam and immigration to the green movement and the rise of the slacktivist. But he also reveals his more personal side the experiences that have shaped his values and love for this country. For some this book is ammunition. For others its fair warning. But for everyone its a test of their own values and the reasons they hold them. Bolts columns are published nationally in News Corp newspapers, including Melbournes Herald Sun, Sydneys Daily Telegraph and Brisbanes Courier Mail. He also runs Australias most-read political blog and hosts two week night shows The Bolt Report on Sky News and a national Macquarie Radio show with Steve Price.
"A great deal of sense." -- John Howard, former prime minister of Australia
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