My small but very close family had our New Years lunch yesterday
The longer we can prevent a bushfire, the greater the eventual bushfire.
The ideological Gillard/Green carbon pricing scheme is beginning to look a little sick and recent fires have not been factored into estimates.
The Reserve Bank chairman is pulling what's left of his hair out over the ineffectiveness of his rate cuts. It's a different game now and we won't be returning to the old game
Gillard's sun is setting in the west. According to Newspoll, up to ten Federal ALP pollies will battle for their seats this year. Five are almost certain to go.
To my friend Larry, you and your lovely family and all bloggers and visitors to your site have a great New Years.
Fairfax is an icon in decline
Successive Labor and Coalition Governments have condoned, supported and even assisted in the slaughter of 200,000 East Timorese.
When looking for someone decadent enough to refer a conspiracy claim in the Slipper saga to the AFP, Supergrub McTernan needed to look no further than the Member for Porn.
To the thousands who sent Xmas cards and gifts to Bob: Never, ever underestimate the good you have done.
Endemic corruption uncovered in Sydney Airport customs lends weight to Schapelle Corby's claims of innocence.
What Swan really said in his clearly uncomfortable Press conference today was that the time available to him to further cook the books had lapsed.
Defence force chief, General David Hurley, said yesterday the Federal Opposition policy to turn back asylum seeker boats won't stop people smuggling. Mmmm, now it's getting serious.