RIP carbon tax: What next? 2nd post this week for The Hoopla.
Tax repeal: Will Clive pull another swifty? This week’s post for The Hoopla.
Smoke and mirrors: What Clive Palmer’s really up to. First post for The New Daily.
The Dynamic Duo and climate change. 2nd post this week for The Hoopla.
I seem to be on a roll with Kevin posts at the moment… Here’s my post for AusVotes 2013, where I canvass the four problem issues that Rudd has neutralised in preparation for an election that I predict will take place on 31 August.
Whether we like it or not, 2013 is going to be the year of the broken promise. While it’s hard to believe there remains even one voter not yet reached by Tony Abbott’s campaign to brand Julia Gillard a venal oath-breaker, there still remain enough politically disengaged Australians to decide the election. And we can […]
Let’s admit it. One time or another, most of us have taken the easy way out. We’ve criticised instead of giving constructive criticism; we’ve focused on what can’t be done instead of what can. When it comes to the carbon tax, my hands aren’t clean. I’ve been critical of the climate change mantra that claims […]
Will Australians’ faux environmentalism derail our greenhouse effort? It seems the Government’s proposed flood levy has tested the limits of Australians’ willingness to help others. While many thousands voluntarily gave money, supplies and physical support to those affected by the floods, opinion polls show around half the population has balked at a modest Government levy […]
The Coalition and conservative media might as well stop flogging the dead horse known as JuLIAR. They’re wasting their breath because the public just doesn’t care if a politician is accused of, or even found to be, lying. These days, lack of truth is what voters expect from all politicians: there’s no political capital to […]
The unknown extent of altruism in the hearts and pockets of Australian voters must be playing heavily on the minds of major political players right now. They will carefully be examining taxpayers’ response to the flood levy to assess whether individuals truly are willing to pay more for the collective good. This willingness has implications […]