Lefty blogger can't find a right-wing site worth reading
Erstwhile Asian Correspondent contributor Jeremy Sear can't find a single "honest and fair and open to reasonable discussion" right-wing site so he asks his readers for recommendations. Helen Dale's Skeptic Lawyer site gets several nods but there's no way Sear is going to acknowledge these recommendations because Dale's co-blogger Legal Eagle dares to link to a right-winger Sear doesn't like: me.
In a separate post Sear alleges that "modern Australia doesn’t build railways". He's wrong, of course: the 1,420 kilometre Alice Springs to Darwin rail link began construction in 2001 and was officially opened in 2004. So it's business as usual for diehard lefty Sear who misrepresents, with a leftist slant, damn near everything he writes about.
I don’t know about skepticlawyer – they’re okay in what they write, but they also fraternise quite openly with the sort of bottom-dwelling righties who have no limits to which they will not sink – which they know very well. I find that very difficult to respect. There are a couple of links on their sidebar which are like a flashing orange WARNING sign.
None of Skeptic Lawyer's links has yet sunk to the depths plumbed by Sear himself.