Wednesday 1st of April 2015

good old aussie CONservative know-how to CONfuse, CONfound and deCONstruct australian industries...

aussie workers

Independent Senator Nick Xenophon says the Federal Government needs to come clean about whether it has decided to scale back the number of new submarines Australia will buy.

global warming is crap...

eden

If you are freezing your balls off (or your tits off) in some eastern part of the USA now, you're entitled to say "global warming is crap"...

don't be a fool: a moderate with a gun is an extremist...

 

moderate war...

The United States and Turkey have signed a deal to train and equip Syrian opposition forces, officials say.

ring around the rosy ....

ring around the rosy .....

The NSW Freedom Ride saw student activists tackle racist discrimination against Aboriginal people - a fight that continues today, writes Lachlan Marshall

his barnacleness is loosing his puddling...

no more magic

 

Australians will "fall of their chairs" when the inter-generational report is released, Treasurer Joe Hockey says, because for all the government's efforts "we still don't get anywhere near being able to reduce spending over the medium-term to the same level that exists today".

In a blunt warning ahead of the release of the report in the coming weeks, Mr Hockey said Australia faced a downward spiral of rising debt levels and ballooning interest repayments that would break the "compact between generations" of Australians.

giving conflicting signals...

busted

Josh Frydenberg nominated busting the grip of unions over Australia's $1.9 trillion superannuation industry and giving a leg up to retail super funds as one of his first priorities upon becoming Assistant Treasurer.

But the star recruit of Prime Minister Tony Abbott's recent cabinet reshuffle has not exactly put his own hard-earned money where his mouth is on creating a level playing field for commercial and industry super.

An update to Mr Frydneberg's pecuniary interests register shows the Kooyong MP has switched his work super out of an AMP super fund (retail) into Australian Super (industry).

the politics of hate .....

the politics of hate .....

from PoliticOz …..

a nice bloke not defending nor condoning demeaning damaging dingles to children but defending freedom to be an arsehole...

affable arsehole

Tim Wilson, former policy director for right-wing think-tank the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA), has been appointed as the human rights commissioner. His remit will be in the area of "freedom", focusing particularly on freedom of speech. Attorney-General George Brandis explained that Wilson's appointment would bring "balance" to the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC).

"I'm not prepared for B and D"

50 shades of grey .....

Point to this is that the 50 Shades thing was pretty much the only cinema choice for Valentine's Day.. who knows the repercussions?  (Sung to the tune of The Banks Of The Ohio)

I asked my love to take a walk, a little walk to where the movies play. 
so we could celebrate Valentines Day by watching Fifty Shades of Grey 
(Chorus) And only say that you'll be mine, and your arms I will entwine
I won't forget that Valentines Day when we watched Fifty Shades of Grey

regulatory capture .....

regulatory capture .....

Joe Hockey, Australia’s most hated Treasurer (and that’s just within the Liberal party room), is committed to cracking down on tax avoidance.

So much so that he decided a few weeks ago not to proceed with former Labor government proposals to stop big business claiming legitimate interest deductions against exempt income. It would be too hard to do.

shakespearian dilemma for the king of vintage whiffs...

 

like vintage cheese...

Minister for Communications Malcolm Turnbull has done little to allay leadership speculation after carefully deflecting questions in a coy appearance on ABC's Q&A.

The one-time leader of the Liberal party, who was tipped to replace Prime Minister Tony Abbott if a leadership spill came to fruition last week, delivered a thinly-veiled criticism of the sacking of Chief Whip Philip Ruddock and refused to say whether he would step up to the plate if the leader's position became vacant.

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