The Age has today dug up retired Lieutenant Commander Barry Learoyd to say he was baffled that the Australian Navy didn’t know where they were when they “inadvertently wandered” into Indonesian waters numerous times.
The Left is white with rage that Abbott has been able to stop the boats. It is blind to 1200 deaths at sea yet wide-eyed to New Guinean savages killing one Iranian on an island detention centre that Rudd reopened.
Syrian rebels celebrated severing a man’s hand with live coverage via Twitter on Friday. It was reported the man, who had been accused of stealing, had requested the amputation to, “cleanse his soul”.
If ever a multi-national Australian company should be exposed to international shareholding, majority or otherwise, it’s the globally competing QANTAS! Only short-sighted Labor unions would stand in the way.
My Dad thinks you are terrific and my Mum thinks you are sort of okay. My Aunty Mavis calls you a dreamboat, but Mum says she’s just got oldtimers disease or something.
The Federal Court today overturned Justice Rares’ decision to disallow James Ashby a hearing regarding sexual harassment complaints against Peter Slipper. If Justice Rares’ ruling was designed to keep the Gillard Government in power he succeeded, but he did Slipper no favours, today he was lumbered with Ashby’s court costs.
In 2007 a computer model predicted that the Arctic would be free of ice by 2013. But in 2013, Arctic ice was abundant.
How well did you know Schapelle Corby during the time you were in Kerobokan? “I knew her very well.” Were you in for the same offence?
Mending a previous Government’s fences is never a popular pastime and Julia Gillard knew that was true when she went on her crazy spending spree. Crumbs, she couldn’t even get through lunch with Hugh Jackman without slipping him a cool $12 million.
Craig Thomson has paid in spades for his hookers, the question is when should he stop paying. He is a pariah to both sides of politics. Labor no longer needs him and he is the symbolic first of many corrupt unionists about to meet their maker.
Bill Shorten has many deficiencies but his political prowess proves more than woefully wanting when it comes to his objection to a Royal Commission into union corruption.
While an obnoxious Christine Milne and a snarling Richard Marles unite in blaming Abbott for their own transgressions there remains a PNG lesson to be learnt for all.