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US public broadcasting only gets 27% of its total $3.04 billion revenue from government taxes and grants
by Chris Lewis - 21/05/2020 - 35 comments
Queensland’s parliamentary majority stands on a very jagged knife’s edge. Out of 93 seats the ruling ALP holds 48.
by Graham Young - 15/05/2020 - 11 comments
An extensive field of opportunists is already running in this race to gain profit .....
by Charles Essery - 30/03/2020 - 13 comments
One would expect that the leader of one of Australia's major political parties, the Liberal Party, would have thanked them politely for their advice, and then proceeded to do exactly as his party wanted.
by Mark Buckley - 26/03/2020 - 18 comments
It also illustrates the point that our system elevates the leaders of political parties to positions that are sometimes beyond their capabilities.
by Mark Buckley - 13/03/2020 - 12 comments
Scott Morrison is a member of the Australian Pentecostal Church. Last week I visited a church which falls under the umbrella of Morrison's church.
by Mark Buckley - 4/03/2020 - 55 comments
Has our Prime Minister improved in his demeanour since the bushfire crisis?
by Mark Buckley - 5/02/2020 - 24 comments
Scott Morrison is now having to deal with the two very distinct wings of his party, as they gird themselves for the culture war which will probably erupt at any moment.
by Mark Buckley - 20/01/2020 - 26 comments
We also note that you just had to go on holiday outside Australia. I guess that is because you couldn't find anywhere in Australia that wasn't either on fire.
by Mark Buckley - 13/01/2020 - 61 comments
Entering a new decade in 2020, can Australia improve its economic, social and environmental policy mix at time of unprecedented policy difficulties?
by Chris Lewis - 8/01/2020 - 2 comments
Having Shorten as leader was a handicap. Six years which had included seeing off two prime ministers had taken a toll on popularity.
by Binoy Kampmark - 11/11/2019 - 12 comments
Instead of “taking money out of politics”, new electoral funding laws announced by the Premier just change the mix and move more of the chips to Labor’s side of the table.
by Graham Young - 7/11/2019 - 4 comments

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