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Here are some words from a letter in the Sydney Morning Herald of June 25th, 2016 …
She’s at it again.
The daughter of former President Bill Clinton and ex-Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, explained in a new interview why she left lucrative professions and opted to work with her family’s philanthropic foundation: “I was curious if I could care about (money) on some fundamental level, and I couldn’t.” she said.
The pivotal issue of election 2016 isn't jobs, or tax, or growth, climate, education, refugees, healthcare or super. It's Australia's politicians.
As we pass the halfway mark of the 2016 federal election campaign (how long is it since you heard so many grown adults effectively asking “are we there yet?”), key message scripts and political performances are daily in evidence.
The US has succeeded at last with its audacious con-job. The lead NATO member has managed to orchestrate a huge turnaround for increased military spending among its European allies.
It is utterly appalling that the deteriorating state of the Australian economy is being swept under the carpet while Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison continually tell the country that they can be trusted to steer us through this so-called transition.
Malcolm Turnbull’s election campaign strategy has taken an unexpected turn, with an uncharacteristically heartfelt video popping up on social media positioning the Prime Minister as coming from a “battling” background.