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What Thinking Australian Are Thinking

What Thinking Australian Are Thinking

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, NSW
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Trojan Horse

Trojan Horse

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    

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Not The Full Picture

Not The Full Picture

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,...

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Their ABC

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....

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What Thinking Australians Are Thinking

What Thinking Australians Are Thinking

What thinking Australian's are thinking, Saturday, May 7. The budget speech from the blue corner was a bit ham-fisted from a business-oriented conservative government. From the red corner, a well-crafted speech from an opposition socialist leader who has never...

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On Porches and Baseball Bats

On Porches and Baseball Bats

Random note #185,438 Former Queensland Labor Premier Wayne Goss in 1996 made the observation about the Keating Government that the people were biding their time, sitting on their front porches, waiting with their baseball bats, come the election. Turnbull's Liberals...

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