Andrew Laming, the member for the federal seat of Bowman, is today ‘bumping’ this article from the Redlands Bulletin in a bid to raise his profile. Akin to the little boy who stuck a digit into a pie pulling out a piece of fruit and claiming “what a good boy am I!”
an approach that evaluates theories or beliefs in terms of the success of their practical application. Richard Marles, Labor’s Deputy Leader of the Parliamentary Party, has come out stating that Labor needs to be ‘pragmatic’ in it’s approach to policy development between now and the next federal election. “be prepared to ignore and avoid and look past the manufactured parliamentary tests, the stunts and the wedge politics the Liberals spend so much of their time constructing for us”. “We know that sometimes that will hurt in the short term, sometimes it will sting our passionate supporters who might prefer a […]
I don’t write much here anymore basically because I feel that my voice is just another of the many whispers lost in the rabble of overtly right-wing conservative shouting about neo-liberalistic idealism. What’s the point, right? However, once in a while I get a bee under my bonnet. The current bee has been disturbed & set a-buzz by coverage on the ABC – that’s the AUSTRALIAN Broadcasting Corporation, myABC if you will – about this piece of legislation currently in the Senate. The Treasury Laws Amendment (Personal Income Tax Plan) Bill 2018. This legislation seeks, according to government propaganda, to […]
I used to think the Lowy Institute was a forward thinking collective. Clearly not, if the best they can muster to deliver their annual lecture series is Rupert Murdoch.
A Red Letter Day for Radio National Breakfast!
Courtesy of the Guardian’s Hilary Osborne
All countries will be affected by climate change, but the poorest countries will suffer earliest and most.
Average temperatures c…