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We first noticed a shift from the Liberals when the Coalition dropped its commitment to free speech and the repeal of Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act.
by David Leyonhjelm - 31/05/2016 - 1 comment
But in fact, if we want to INVEST in education, health, aged care, transport and communications infrastructure, then we do need more progressive tax and higher spending.
by Tristan Ewins - 31/05/2016 - 1 comment
With both major parties talking about innovation as a major part of growing our economy, how is it possible that clean technologies were not connected to that message?
by Suzanne Harter - 31/05/2016 - 1 comment
In 2016-17 the Commonwealth net debt to GDP ratio is forecast to be the highest since 1970-71 (as far back as the budget papers data go).
by John Stone - 26/05/2016 - 10 comments
The first is to recognise that the rapid ageing of the population will destroy our nation economically and socially unless we urgently develop and implement a visionary plan to turn grey into gold.
by Everald Compton - 25/05/2016 - 7 comments
If treachery and betrayal on this scale are not punished, they will beget more such treachery and betrayal, as Labor Party experience amply demonstrates.
by John Stone - 24/05/2016 - 7 comments
The counterintuitive thing about Andrews is that the public emphasis on his socially conservative positons goes wholly against what he has achieved in politics.
by William Hill - 24/05/2016 - 2 comments
I want someone to be talking toughly to us, reminding us that our country is not a kind of holiday resort, but a work in progress. Iím probably old-fashioned.
by Don Aitkin - 18/05/2016 - 17 comments
If the task involves work that would ordinarily be undertaken by a paid employee as a form of production rather than participant-observation then it is work that should be paid at an employees' rate.
by Rob Cover - 12/05/2016 - 10 comments
The problem is that politicians are slowly realising they don't need to appeal to the people that actually follow politics.
by Bessie Hassan - 12/05/2016 - 7 comments
The facts are that every tax cut has created some more billionaires, but few jobs down on Struggle Street. The trickle down effect has never ever trickled down.
by Everald Compton - 11/05/2016 - 11 comments
By contrast, the royal commission into trade unions was always questionable, and difficult to justify on public interest grounds.
by Max Atkinson - 10/05/2016 - 4 comments

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