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Monthly Archives: August 2011
Julia Gillard sweeps through Queensland No visits to shopping centres planned. PS Sheesh, missed the chance to use a reference about brooms!
Back-pay rort triggered $15,000 union refund
We set off Craig Thomson inquiry:
Third inquiry over MP Craig Thomson
Dropped Malaysian deal will create many ripples Note the last line.
Two Years Since Franny Launched 10:10 It is still sick! Still disgusting. And it is still the sun, not carbon, which warms the earth.!
Interview with John Howard (Video)
What about Gilligan’s Island?
Cut and Paste
Climate v Climate Alarm
All at sea without a paddle I wouldn’t have put it quite so politely.
…. on the sci-fi gadget …. because I am wondering how I will whip the cream for the pavlova while I am cooking the roast.
Correct words taken out of our mouths
A complete mess Anywhere but Nauru … even though they have now signed the refugeee convention.
I still Hate the Murdoch Media: Bob Brown
Media must stop slander nonsense: minister This from the man who called a recent convoy a ‘convoy of no consequence’. Fortunately for him he was protected by parliamentary priviledge. (The priviledge wouldn’t extend to my lounge room.)
Malaysia refugee deal declared unlawful High Court ruling on Malaysian Solution may not be clear-cut
It is not surprising news … North Qld cattle farmers still struggling
… so long as you shut up
Gillard considers an inquiry that could muzzle her critics
So, they will explain complicated court decisions in 140 characters or less. Courts must take to Twitter: Vic judge
Q&A’s between Smith and the PM Well, questions anyway!
Our Great Democracy, under siege from within… Personally I think it is under seige from above rather than within.