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What Thinking Australians Are Thinking

What Thinking Australians Are Thinking

What thinking Australians are thinking. So, Labor, if elected, will provide “free” swimming lessons for all children at a cost of $41 million of taxpayers’ money. This is populist politics on steroids. What’s next? Free piano lessons, free bread and circuses? Michael...

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Aged Care Hospital Avoidence

This story goes to the very essence of my hospital avoidance argument in my aged care policy positions outlined here. We can only begin to imagine the extra pressure on ambulance and accident and emergency but for an incentive to embrace the principle of hospital...

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Random Note #165,832 All Cultures Are Not Equal

Random Note #165,832 All Cultures Are Not Equal

Back in December last year former Prime Minister Tony Abbott pointed out what most people intuitively understand to be a universal truth. He pointed out that the emperor has no clothes; that all cultures are not equal and in fact western culture is far superior to...

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Careful what you wish for

Careful what you wish for

The Greens political party candidate who has been chosen in Anthony Albanese electorate has spent more time in the international socialist organisation than he has in the Greens political party

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What Thinking Australians Are Thinking

What Thinking Australians Are Thinking

Overspending is at the core of our economic problems is an indictment of the two leaders and the media that it took Rob at the Sky News forum to point out what should be front and centre in this election campaign (“Rob was stating the obvious in querying spending...

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There’s The Problem Right There

The couple makes ends meet in a system which churns hundreds of billions of dollars every year between­ the taxing and spending arms of government. They’re also among the 3.6 million Australian families who ­receive more in payments from the government than they pay in income tax.

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