Angus Taylor is the Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction, and he is arguably one of the best educated people in our parliament, with a degree in Economics, one in Law, and a lazy Master of Philosophy (Economics) from Oxford. Each of these degrees is necessarily reliant on the use of facts, and figures, real evidence, and reasoning. That is why Angus Taylor’s position on … Continue reading Our Minister for Climate
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In VFL/AFL football there is a time honoured tradition of the crowd being vocal during matches. Most of the watchers know the game, many have played the game, or aspired to do so. Many who watch, or listen, know the intricacies of the game, and how demanding and merciless it can be. Many consider it a game which requires extreme… Continue reading Booing is for Babies.
When elections are held most people take a partisan position. Those positions can range from a mild barracking for one side, to outright political warrior hysteria. When the result is in however, it is considered good form to respect the decision, because the people have spoken, and their choice, no matter how dopey it looks, stands. This is the nature of democracy, and we are … Continue reading This Government Is Already Awful
Scott Morrison has had two jobs this year. One was to govern the country, the second was to win an election. He has managed one, out of two. Like all marketing guys he has a short memory, and he believes that the election victory has washed away all his government’s sins, and there is a new day. He is emboldened, and somehow believes that the … Continue reading Groundhog Day – The Usual Suspects.
So Labor lost. It was not a landslide, but it certainly ruined the party. Of course there were many reasons for the result, but they are only interesting after the central fact is acknowledged: The Conservative Party won, and Labor lost. So we need to celebrate the win for democracy, and respect the decision of our fellow citizens. It is worth speculating on the reasons … Continue reading That Was Awkward – For Labor
Changing governments changes the country. But it doesn’t necessarily change peoples’ lives, most of the time. This time it will.
Years ago we were all of the belief that Tony Abbott was unelectable. He was supposedly too crazy for the mainstream, too far to the right, he had let his real opinions be known, and having seen them, we would recoil. Wrong! He unleashed the crazy people, and we have been stuck with them ever since.Continue reading “Who Do You Want To Wake Up With?”
No home – no hope
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