It’s an odd sounding question but not without foundation. Clive Palmer’s bombshell press conference with Al Gore where he announced his party’s voting intentions in the Senate… Read more “Is Clive Palmer the de facto Prime Minister?”
Month: June 2014
The Ridiculous Debt and Deficit Scam
I am not pretending to be an economist. But I am smart enough to see the difference between the government’s management of the economy and the way… Read more “The Ridiculous Debt and Deficit Scam”
Hockey’s Class Warfare
When a politician defends his/her position by drawing attention to social classes, you can be forgiven for thinking his/her original argument wasn’t that strong to begin with.… Read more “Hockey’s Class Warfare”
Do Taxes Fund spending?
I’m stepping way outside my comfort zone here and inviting a discussion that I think we need to have. It is about money. If the article reproduced… Read more “Do Taxes Fund spending?”
Leadership Speculation: Don’t you just love it?
On current polling numbers, the Liberals could not possibly let Abbott take them to the next election. Turnbull is the only choice no matter how much they… Read more “Leadership Speculation: Don’t you just love it?”
What a Circus!
Why is there a sense of foreboding whenever Tony Abbott travels overseas? Probably because one’s immediate reaction is, “Oh God, in what way will he embarrass us… Read more “What a Circus!”