Gary Johns. Just who the hell is Gary Johns when he’s at home?
Aaaah, the good old days…
Judith Sloan, the very same Judith Sloan who appeared on last night’s QandA program…
Well, Hooplah and Lack-A-Day! The PM’s Carbon Price mechanism looks just like the one scrapped this time last year.
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.
Robert Gottleibsen is clearly anti-government, and dare I say it, anti-Labor to boot.
There’s a couple of very ‘doom_and_gloom’ articles on Business Spectator today by Messrs Kohler and Gottliebsen in relation to the Rudd government’s attempt to rape and pillage the resources sector. Some of the articles I agree with, such as Gottliebsen’s postulation that a capital strike will be enacted by the big miners, but seriously, I had to laugh at Kohler’s piece. Is Alan Kohler seriously that naive, or does he honestly believe the voters are so gullible as to not appreciate where in the political cycle we are right now? It’s an election year, for fuck sake! Of course the […]
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.