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Negative Gearing

Negative Gearing

If it’s good enough for those with established assets to negatively gear investments and offset their costs against other forms of income, a strong argument can be made to allow for first home buying families, trying to get on the property ladder to tax deduct the interest on their first home.

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What Thinking Australian Are Thinking—Saturday May 14

What Thinking Australian Are Thinking—Saturday May 14

Andrew Bolt is right and Shireen Morris is wrong. I too am born here, have nowhere else to call home and therefore an indigenous native of Australia. Having watched Shireen Morris on Andrew Bolt’s program on Sky earlier this week, I couldn’t help but arrive at the conclusion that she embodies and epitomises all of the condescending, conceited and sneering traits of the hoyty, up herself, politically correct that Australians loath.

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The Rubik’s Cube Of The Election

The Rubik’s Cube Of The Election

From the Andrew Bolt blog... "...Former head of Treasury, John Stone has a particular beef in the seat of Mackellar, and mentions an intriguing alternative to the “Liberal” on offer; In Mackellar, however, where a strongly conservative Independent (Jim Ball) will be...

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Who Is Indigenous?

I couldn’t help but arrive at the conclusion that she embodies and epitomises all of the dripping, condescending, conceited and sneering traits of the hoyty, up herself, politically correct that Australians loath.

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What Thinking Australian Are Thinking (Part 2)

What Thinking Australian Are Thinking (Part 2)

I make the exact same point as the first letter in my editorial re the State and Federal Departments of Education. And the Feds don’t run one school or employ one teacher. Ditto, State and Federal Health Departments

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What thinking Australians Are Thinking.. Friday 13th May

What thinking Australians Are Thinking.. Friday 13th May

If you click on the "Education" category in my blog index you'll see my own post on this as well as another from American Thinker earlier this week, highlighting the same problems in the US. Suffice to say it is no accident. The reference to Antonio Gramsci in the...

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Council Amalgamations

Council Amalgamations

“..Baird’s decision simply feeds the cynicism and the narrative in the minds of average Australians that the politicians can’t be trusted to look them squarely in the eye and level with them..”

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