On Saturday, 7th March, Richard Denniss joined Alan Jones and Peter Martin in speaking at a rally of more than 1200 people at Bowral, NSW. The crowd were gathered to show their concern over consequences of coal mining operations proposed in the Southern Highlands.
You will need to go a very long way and look very carefully to find a worse decision than yesterday’s one to restore Automotive Transformation Scheme funding until the car industry shuts up shop in 2017.
Some decisions are bad policy but good politics, or vice versa. Some are good decisions but are poorly implemented, or vice versa.
Once again Tony Abbott kicks an own-goal with all the aplomb of a determined suicide-bomber.
the liberal (CONservative) catholics that had infiltrated the Labor party piss on workers, once more...
When Martin Ferguson (left in the toon) retired from parliament, he was lauded by Tony Abbott with fond tears in his eyes, as "representing "old Catholic Labor" (which Tony Turdy contemplated with B A Santamaria's DLP) or such... Since then, Ferguson has joined the "corporates".
a sea change for the most insensitive dorky incompetent bullying costly prime minister ever in this fair country...
The Federal Opposition is demanding the Prime Minister apologise after he suggested it is a lifestyle choice to live in remote indigenous communities.
The structure and working of the machinery of government rarely corresponds with perfect administrative form. Mind you, apart from the sound common sense of God and the aesthetics of former prime minister Paul Keating, few things get close to perfection. Even William Shakespeare and Piero della Francesca probably had off days.
Back in the days of Dubya, YameriKa was like an episode of the famous Springfield family... (above mischief by Gus Leonisky — 2008). Now it's a bit more like "Everyone Loves Obama (Raymond)" and "That 70's Show" mixed with the "Vampires"...
And you thought there would not be any tollway on your ROUTES... REJOICE! SING! As your cash goes TINGALING ! Another con-way from the BRUTES...
Allan Fels will take on the role of electricity price tsar for the Baird government, charged with ensuring power bills are lower under privatisation.
In a move to combat the aggressive union campaign against the electricity privatisation that Premier Mike Baird has staked his political life on, bidders for the electricity networks will also be required to sign a price guarantee that network prices will be lower in 2019 than they were in 2014.