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Australian Politics - Debt Crisis Discovered Again. Solutions Not

By Andrew Bolt ~

Eleven months into the job, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull discovers we have a debt crisis:

Turnbull has unveiled the central mission of his new government and the obligations falling on the coming parliament — it is a moral appeal for all MPs to confront, admit and act on Australia’s unsustainable financial position… …

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Public Opinion

People Scared Of Ideas Should Not Go To University

By Andrew Bolt ~

Just when all seemed lost, the University of Chicago has sent the incoming class of 2020 a letter rejecting the now-fashionable demands for “safe spaces”: 140 more words

Public Opinion

Australian Economy - Treasurer Scott Morrison Warns: Change Or Risk Recession

By Andrew Bolt ~

Australia’s Treasurer Scott Morrison issues the warning we need:

“A generation has grown up not ever having known a recession, of seeing unemployment rates at more than 10 per cent, with one million Australians out of work or mortgage rates at 18 per cent or where inflation is actually a problem, rather than an aspiration.”

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What needs to be done before same - sex marriage can be legal in Australia?

What must be done for same – sex marriage to be legal in Australia? A plebiscite is almost a given, whether anyone likes it or not (I personally prefer it and have explained what I think the dangers are if there is any more censoring on this (and other), topics). 729 more words

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New Submarines For Australia - Huge Secret Document Leak

By Andrew Bolt ~

So, the Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull led Australian Government’s  new submarines are not just overpriced, delayed and built by an unreliable ally… 292 more words

Public Opinion

Australian Politics - A Deadly Lack Of Leaders

By Andrew Bolt ~

Is leadership now dead in Australia? Are our “leaders” now mere managers, just ticking boxes and following process?

Let me give two examples of this deadly managerialism from last week. 1,183 more words

Public Opinion

Day to Day Politics: The problem with Policeman Peter. - » The Australian Independent Media Network

Saturday 20 August 2016 There are no two better politicians at feigning indignation than Peter Dutton and “the mouth that roared” Christopher Pyne. Though it has to be conceded with Christopher that he rather enjoys his notoriety. 34 more words

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