BlogRandom Notes - Idle Thoughts
What-a-Day. From Palm Beach to Dee Why. The mood is the same. Ugly. People everywhere, waiting on their porches with their baseball bats.read more
“…It is instead a choice between bad and worse, with the reality to come worse still.
On the one hand, we have a Government that claims to be lowering taxes when it is in fact raising them to historically high levels.
But bad as the Liberals are, Labor will be even worse and just as deceitful.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten last week promised — as if it was a good thing — to impose another $65 billion of taxes over the next decade, all to be frittered away on yet more spending…”
The man arrived in Australia with his second wife and their first-born daughter in February 2013. His first wife and their four children soon followed, and the whole family lived together until that November, when the first wife left Australia without her children, and the second wife fled to a women’s refuge in Sydney’s west. She was pregnant at the time with the man’s sixth child.read more
So, my choice on July 2 is between a bloke who stabbed one serving prime minister in the back, and a bloke who stabbed two serving prime ministers in the back.
Jean-Pierre Zajac, Umina Beach, NSWread more
The grass roots conservative reaction to Falinski’s pre-selection has been visceral.read more
The Greeks. Sorry, strike that, it’s an easy mistake. Start again. The Green’s Trojan horse, now inside the gates of the inner sanctum, and they're now unloading their human cargo. From the Andrew Bolt Blog ...read more
If only it were as simple as this. But it never is. You pay your income tax, sure. As you should. But then on top of that there's the GST on just about everything and all manner of other disguised taxes, stamp duties and surcharges and the other incidental taxes,...read more
A $50,000 paint job? And that's just for the front door. That's fine in the private sector but the ABC despite being the nations largest media operator with a multiplicity of platforms reaching into every nook and cranny of the country is not In the private sector....read more