Monthly Archives: June 2004

Labor’s advertising joke, Herald Sun

Any demand from a Latham government that the Howard Government repay money spent on government advertising programs should be followed by similar demands to Paul Keating and Steve Bracks. Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share with Stumblers Tweet about … Continue reading

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They’ll get it one way or the other, The Australian

Mark Latham’s announcement to over-regulate banks is merely the 2004 equivalent of past ALP policy to nationalise banks. Now the ALP has “grown up” and learnt there is little achieved by owning banks, but it has not stopped them wanting … Continue reading

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Values one day, none the next, Herald Sun

Good to see that a man of principle such as Peter Garrett has fitted into the ALP mould by throwing out principles he held previously. Dumping his opposition to Pine Gap after years of carping about its evils is an … Continue reading

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Spurlock’s Sham, The Age

I was glad to read that the managing director of McDonald’s has decided to expose the sham that is Morgan Spurlock’ s Super Size Me (The Age, 14/6). The simple fact is the consumption of any food in excess, including … Continue reading

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Latham’s democracy, Herald Sun

If Mark Latham becomes Prime Minister, will he override the interests of rank-and-file Australians to promote his mates into top jobs? Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post … Continue reading

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