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Australian Politics - You Do Know We’re Broke, Don’t You?

By Andrew Bolt ~

Another billion-dollar promise. You would never guess the Australian government was deep in debt:

The Turnbull government will invest an extra $1.2 billion… over 2018, 2019 and 2020 – the final two years of the Gonski Education Plan, plus an extra year.

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Public Opinion

The Double-Edged Sword of Social Experiment/Interview Videos

Disclaimer: This article’s purpose is to reveal the truths about “social experiment” and interview-style videos, and not to ascertain whether any certain video is correct in its message or intentions. 2,217 more words

An Appeal To Reason

The public vs. the press on Labour's 'antisemitism problem'

A YouGov survey published today finds that a plurality (45%) believes that Labour has ‘no’, or ‘only a very small’, antisemitism problem:

That 22% of the population believes that Labour, the UK’s principal party of opposition, has a ‘fairly big’ or ‘very big’ problem with antisemitism is remarkable.   159 more words

UK

Beirut | Samir Kassir Square: Stand Against Syrian War and War Crimes This Afternoon #SaveAleppo

Five years of ongoing armed conflict is filling Syria’s generations with more terror and violence. Today, Syria has become a conventional battlefield for the US and Russia, two world powers wrecking as they go. 90 more words

Social Talks

Scapegoat

Hey Readers On day 29 of NaPoWriMo My penultimate poem is written on a controversial topic and they don’t come much more controversial than capital punishment which was suggested by my friend and fellow poet Stephen Watt.  179 more words

Poetry

Survey reveals 58% of farmers back EU exit

An overwhelming majority of farmers are in favour of the UK leaving the European Union – and intend to vote that way on 23 June – according to new research by Farmers Weekly. 116 more words

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