Australian Government’s interest payment 3.25% of 2014 budget

By |September 13th, 2015|

This year we are spending $13.5 billion dollars, or almost half the education budget, just to service our interest payments. This equates to 3.25% of the $415.3 billion dollar budget of the Federal Government.

Labor’s legacy of reckless spending on foreign aid, […]

The Rudd Family Values

By |August 27th, 2013|

Rudd Family Values starring Gomez (Kevin) Rudd, his wife Morticia (Therese Rein) Rudd,  his son Pugsley (Marcus) Rudd, his daughter Wednesday (Jessica) Rudd and Uncle Fester (Nicholas) Rudd, Thing played by Albert TSE and Lurch played by David Gonski.

The Scene […]

A disgraceful Tax

By |August 13th, 2013|

I am no longer a smoker, I will never smoke again, I dislike the smell of smoke, however, my views on smoking & cigarettes are simple.

I disagree totally with the amount of taxation on cigarettes.

Either it is a legal product […]

Continued attacks on our troops overseas and in Australia.

By |August 12th, 2013|

Australia has given Afghanistan about $1 billion in civilian aid funds during the past five years and will provide about $200 million a year indefinitely. In addition the military will “gift” millions of dollars worth of equipment, including hundreds of armoured accommodation containers, for use when coalition forces depart during the next 18 months.

Fight against the Duopoly

By |August 5th, 2013|

King Rudd II has finally coughed up the magic number, or should I say recycled number?  Kevin07 has chosen Kevin’s favourite number 07 of September as the election date in a masterstroke of political boorishness that only this recycled Labor […]

A Mess Of Their Making

By |August 3rd, 2013|

In 2007 ALP blamed the Global Financial Crisis on their woes and their need to spend.  This August 2013 mini budget Chris Bowen blames a shortfall in tax collections from the budget forecasts of 2 months ago for a $30.1 […]

Just Vote NO – Here are more reasons why

By |August 2nd, 2013|

In a research paper  Anne Twomey, Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Sydney, assesses the impact of recognising local government in the Commonwealth Constitution.  sydney.edu.au/law/cru/documents/2013/CRU_Report_3_%20Local_Government.pdf

Professor Anne Twomey, teaches Federal Constitutional Law and Public Law. 

Her areas of interest and expertise are in

Constitutional […]

Politicians have received 3 substantial Pay rises in 16 Months

By |July 31st, 2013|

As we all know Labor is the Party of the Battler.  They run around the country either as Politicians or as Union officials and scream out the injustice of the low income earners, the Pensioners and looking after Australian workers. […]