So this week has been all about Barry O’Farrell. That’s not really a surprise, when you consider what happened. A Premier regarded by most as honest and decent (overlooking of … Continue reading
When Barry O’Farrell was elected in 2011, he came in declaring that NSW was to be a new state, a corruption free regime. As it turns out, his term of Premier … Continue reading
So it comes to pass that the Telegraph’s long running campaign to get Badgery’s Creek Airport to get built has come to fruition. The “Infrastructure Prime Minister”, Tony Abbott and … Continue reading
Perhaps it’s time to ask why CSIRO still exists, writes Mark Fletcher.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that any significant issue of public policy will inevitably descend into ‘goodies vs baddies’ sloganeering. This is no less true of the discussion about the Racial … Continue reading
The Federal Coalition is in a terrible place and only the most tragic Liberal sycophant would deny it. By staying out of the media spotlight, Bill Shorten has forced the Abbott … Continue reading
When I was studying history at high school, one thing I remember the most was the signs. Angry baby boomers marching down streets in our capital cities holding signs designed … Continue reading
The left is quick to downplay the impact of the carbon price. But in doing so are we forgetting the whole point of the policy?
Why is ‘preventing death’ such an argument finisher in the asylum seeker debate? Ed Butler doesn’t really know
When the poorest and most dispossessed refugees wait upwards of 17 years for a resettlement solution, an open doors policy is short-sighted, writes Mark Fletcher.
The Dog Whistle this week welcomes a new member and talks Manus, Manufacturing and the WA senate