Why are people so blatantly stupid?
Peter Reith’s piece in The Drum today is nothing short of sheer, unadulterated, fantasyland twaddle. The man is surely an attention-seeker.
I missed this on AM this morning, Must have been while I was drifting in & out of wakefulness, deciding whether I would take a ‘mental health day’ or not.
I haven’t written anything on the Great Poker Machine Debate up until now. To me, it’s a no-brainer, to coin an Americanism.
Peter Reith, the horse upon whom John Howard rode during his tilt at unionism windmills, is again bellowing from the barn of retirement about ye goode olde days of industrial conflict and workplace disputation over workers rights.
There’s some intriguing argument beginning to surface in regard to the much vaunted National Broadband Network (NBN).
Robert Gottleibsen is clearly anti-government, and dare I say it, anti-Labor to boot.
Steve Keen, economics commentator and contributor to Business Spectator, is suffering the ignominy of having lost a punt he felt certain would come off in his favour.