They say it takes time to learn how to be in Government. In turn it takes time to learn how to be in Opposition. If you were to read the … Continue reading
Listening and reading about what’s happening in Parliament and barely a day goes by when I don’t remember this fantastic line delivered by Inigo Montoya in the movie The Princess … Continue reading
For me one of the most boring debates of the Abbott-Gillard era was that of climate change. It was mind blowing to see two political parties shed so much blood … Continue reading
The Coalition wants to scrap Complementary Protection. That’s an unwise decision, writes Mark Fletcher.
Policy discussion in the public space begins and ends with the price tag, writes Mark Fletcher.
Listen above for our weekly chat on the the government’s early stumbles, the renewal of the war on Aunty, and name calling in politics. On this week’s Dog Whistle, Ed Butler, Paul … Continue reading
During the last Federal election campaign, there was a local candidate forum in Lindsay held by the Penrith Press – one of the few to include all of the candidates … Continue reading
On Wednesday 27th of November I took part in the regular AusOpinion Dog Whistle pod-cast series. During that discussion with Ed Butler and Damien Walker one of the topics covered was the … Continue reading
Old people had their chance to sort out their retirement and they stuffed it up. Our generation shouldn’t appease their need to retire, writes Mark Fletcher.
It’s an Americanism, to be sure, but the idea that the first 100 days of a presidency (or in this case, a Prime Ministership/new government) is the most important has … Continue reading
Listen above for our weekly chat on the the government’s broken promise/lie/weasel words around education funding, the continuing imbroglio with Indonesia, and defamation law. On this week’s Dog Whistle, Ed Butler, Paul … Continue reading