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Only now, when Australia is threatened with monetary action from the rest of the world because of its pathetic stance on climate change, does the government appear to respond.
Courage. Endurance. Mateship. Sacrifice. The man-babies running around throwing a tantrum should learn about the men that these words describe.
Paul Keating exposes Scott Morrison’s spectacular own goal and Labor’s limp response.
Acting Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce’s dismissal of Christian Porter’s behaviour as “a bad day at the wicket” dilutes the seriousness of his actions.
Christian Porter’s resignation from the ministry should not be an end to the “blind trust” matter. The public should be told who has bankrolled his legal fees.
Sydneysiders will be aware that they will have nuclear-powered submarines in the harbour in the distant future.
Religious leaders argue that everyone has the right to worship in their churches regardless of vaccination status. What about the rights of those vaccinated people who will be harmed by possible exposure to the virus?
This decision to create the AUKUS alliance locks Australia into another nation’s foreign policy and is an affront to our national sovereignty.
The Prime Minister is all revved up about the nuclear-powered submarine deal with the US and the UK.
Australia’s housing investment-led economic recovery is unsustainable. Australia’s current investment pattern is pear shaped.
I admire Kristina Keneally but the Labor Party might do well to remind itself of the results of the last federal election down here in the seat of Gilmore.