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Category Archives: Economics and the economy
Uniparty’s Jenny Craig play comes to a predictable dénouement
Tightening its belt to the 48 trillionth hole supposedly shows DC is turning over a new lettuce leaf.
Posted in Economics and the economy, Fake news 9 Comments
Now is the time for Peter Dutton to formally dump net zero hoax
Electricity prices to rise by up to 25 per cent in NSW, SE Queensland, South Australia and Victoria.
Posted in Climate hoax, Economics and the economy 9 Comments
Show Me The Meaning
YOU would have needed more than a feather to knock me over when I read Michelle Grattan’s view of last week’s budget reply speech by Peter Dutton. The queen mother of political journalism didn’t think much of it. Arguably, she … Continue reading
The modern West is committed to spending trillions on ‘climate change,’ endless war, obsolete submarines and lockdown bills
And the ‘conservatives’ who backed all of it suddenly come along with hard Friedmanite sayings. Even worse is bipartisan bullying of traditional societies to be more Western. Why should they?
British Tories now draw inspiration from the old East Germany
Peter Hitchens: Making women wage slaves suits everyone – except women and children.
Man-made virus born of contempt for accountability and reason
US lab leak: It’s unclear if central banks can contain the international banking crisis, analysts warn.
Posted in Economics and the economy, International 8 Comments
Semtex Albo hasn’t blown up an industry for nearly 72 hours…
Former RSPCA boss to advise government on when, how to end $85 million live sheep trade.
Lying to the public and hating the rich hailed as masterstrokes
Posted in Economics and the economy, Federal politics, Media 17 Comments
That 70s Show
It’s Crime: Treasurer Jim Chalmers caps super tax breaks for accounts with more than $3 million.
New Jim In Town: Chalmers Channels Cairns
You know the Treasurer’s superannuation stunt must be weird when even PvO is stunned. We know that if you put a few thousand dollars in super during your working age you will see the magic of compound interest. You will … Continue reading
Posted in Economics and the economy, Politics 25 Comments
Confirmed: Labor has no confidence in Reserve Bank governor
Finance Minister Katy Gallagher (BA Social Work) says she has “full confidence” in Philip Lowe.
Posted in Economics and the economy 8 Comments
How Anthony Albanese is quietly raking in $104,520-a-year (on top of his $564,356 PM salary) by renting out homes while living for free at the Lodge – as families crumble under interest rate hikes. I panicked and called Jenny and … Continue reading
Turns out you can’t manage an economy just with race baiting
Little Gough: Reserve Bank raises interest rates, ‘expects that further increases will be needed’.
Posted in Economics and the economy, Federal politics 12 Comments
■ Thousands will be hit by another hike in gas bills. ■ Aussies will pay more for a beer from today. ■ 800,000 Australian households are set to suffer a major mortgage repayment shock this year.
Doctor of Keating vs. Adam Smith
The market mechanism that has failed humankind for hundreds of years will at last be fixed: Lifetime staffer of the ALP: “We can build something better, more meaningful and more inclusive.”