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Policy discussion in the public space begins and ends with the price tag, writes Mark Fletcher.
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
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 Indonesian fracas, the ICAC fracas and the Rob Ford fracas. On this week’s Dog Whistle, Ed Butler, Simon Copland and Kate Carruthers enjoy a … Continue reading
A continuing theme in Australian discussion in the commercial media is funding for their Government funded rival, the ABC. This theme is hitting fever pitch recently with their part in … Continue reading
A gift of Custom vessels to Sri Lanka shows that the Greens were wrong about the difference between the ALP and the LNP, writes Mark Fletcher.
On this week’s Dog Whistle, Andrew Tiedt, Kate Carruthers and Paul Davis talks about the Senate recount in West Australia, and muse on old faces (and eyebrows) suddenly reappearing on the Australian political scene, not to mention the media’s sudden preoccupation with moths.
Worried that politics is nastier, less reasonable, and more antagonistic than ever? Then find better conservatives, writes Mark Fletcher
Shortening. (n) The process undertaken by Australian media outlets and political opponents whereby they seek to undermine and discredit the Federal Leader of the Opposition, William Richard “Bill” Shorten. Those … Continue reading