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Australian Election 2016 – Why Isn’t The Truth Enough For Treasurer Morrison, A Big Spender Himself?

By Andrew Bolt ~

There was no need for the Treasurer to exaggerate – a desperate overreach which lost him the high ground.

David Uren: 772 more words

Public Opinion

Try to proclaim instead of shame on tax

24 May 2016

I don’t need to remind you of the debates that we’ve been having in Australia about taxation and budgets and deficits and the economy.   444 more words

Key highlights of the 2016/17 budget

The recent highlights of the budget included forecasted 2016/17 underlying cash deficit to be of the order of $37.1 billion, while underlying cash deficit is expected to fall to $6 billion in 2019-20. 1,536 more words

Australian Economy

Australian Politics - The Debt Truck Is Coming

By Andrew Bolt ~

David Uren on the danger that both sides of politics are recklessly ignoring:

Australia’s $1 trillion foreign debt is emerging as the biggest concern for credit ratings agencies as they consider whether to give formal notice that the government’s AAA sovereign credit rating is in danger.

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Public Opinion

We wouldn't be here if it weren't for high debt and taxes - The Drum (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

To all the conservatives who decry debt and taxes and laud mother England, you might be surprised to hear that it was big spending that kept the French at bay all those years ago and allowed the Brits to settle in Australia. 20 more words

Australian Economy

Super under threat in the 2016 budget

Tuesday’s federal budget may well irrevocably damage its attractions as a retirement savings vehicle for many Australians.

Source: Super under threat in the 2016 budget

Australian Economy