We’re witnessing a core reasons why we don’t get the best parliamentary representation available. Labor’s handbag hit squad is embroiled in an unedifying old fashioned street scrap over preselection for retiring MP Martin Ferguson’s Melbourne seat of Batman.
Minister for Trade and Competitiveness, Craig Emerson, PM Julia Gillard and Treasurer Swan continue to trot out the line that Ford's manufacturing closure is due to the high Aussie dollar.
With all Australians, I’ve watched in despair as my power bills soared quarterly over the past few years.
Today Malaysia faces an important election; a poll that has unreported consequences (by our media) for the Gillard government.
Imagine an imbecile called John. John votes Labor. John has been in the same job for the past 20 years. For the period in 2003 – 2007 every year his employer gave him a sizable bonus. Then in 2007 Labor was elected to government.
Did I read that right? Minister for Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, Greg Combet, is appearing before ICAC for supporting a tainted coal mine in the NSW Hunter Valley.
I've just watched you on The 7:30 Report lecturing the interviewer, Leigh Sales, on the "...roit thing to do..." for our kids on education.
Just last week, Communications Minister Stephen Conroy, mocked the Coalition's NBN plan for being initially 75 mbps slower than his own $40 billion NBN.
Since yesterday, the Fairfax online news has been leading with various headline versions of, "Experts Agree: Liberal NBN plan a 'lemon'".