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Australian Politics – Labor Party Fail: If Solar Power Is The Cheapest, Why The Need For Subsidies?

November 22, 2018 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Here in Australia, the Labor Party’s Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy, environmental spokesman Mark Butler: The cheapest and cleanest replacement power generation is renewable energy. That’s, of course, ignoring the effect it has on the rest of the system, which must supply 24-hour, reliable power. But wait. If renewables […]

Australian Politics – The Labor Party Rejected Turnbull’s Offer To Join. Alas, The Liberal Party Didn’t

July 31, 2018 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Here in Australia, the Labor Party had more sense than the Liberal Party did. It rejected Malcolm Turnbull offer to join, saying he was too much of a Liberal. He then became Prime Minister of a Liberal Government despite being too Labor. Malcolm Turnbull wanted to become Kim Beazley’s shadow finance […]

Australian Politics – Coalition Ahead In Longman

May 12, 2018 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Background: A few Months back, here in Australia, there was a problem with some of our Parliamentarians. To be a member of the Australian Parliament, whether In The House Of Representatives or in The Senate, you must have Australian citizenship only, and have no dual citizenship with any other Country. It […]

Queensland State Election – How Can You Tell The State Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk Is Lying?

November 24, 2017 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Background: Tomorrow, Saturday, is the date for the State Election in Queensland. The Incumbent Premier is Annastacia Palaszczuk. (and that is pronounced as palashay) Her big problem throughout this whole campaign has been the huge Carmichael Coal Mine, planned for Central Queensland, and the proposer is the Indian Billionaire Gautam Adani, […]

Gay Marriage Australia – Labor Party Seats Reject Same Sex Marriage: Will Labor MP’s Represent Their Voters?

November 15, 2017 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Journalists kept demanding Liberal MPs respect the will of their voters if those voters said yes to gay marriage. In fact, the nine seats which voted most strongly against – in one case by 74 per cent – are all held by Labor MPs. The nine highest no-voting electorates: Jason Clare’s […]

Renewable Power Australia – Labor Party Panics Over Its 50% Renewables Promise

February 17, 2017 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ The Australian Labor Party suddenly realises its promise of 50 per cent renewable energy – mostly unreliable wind – is disastrously unrealistic. It would cost $48 billion and give us massively expensive electricity no one could trust to stay on. That’s why Labor Leader Bill Shorten, Mark Butler and Chris Bowen […]

Australian Politics – Paul Kelly Claims There’s No Laboral Party

February 11, 2017 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Background from TonyfromOz: The premise of the title combines the two major political parties in Australia. They are The Liberal Party (the major Conservative Party in Australia) and The Labor Party, (from the left side of politics) hence, combining the two, we get the Laboral Party, with barely a difference between […]

Australian Politics – Liberals Can’t Rely Any More On Being The Lesser Evil

February 10, 2017 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Background from TonyfromOz: As you read this, be aware of the difference in political party names here. In Australia, The Liberal Party is the major political party on the Conservative side of that political divide, and the Labor Party is the party on the left side of that political divide. The […]

Australian Politics – Senator Dastyari and Carr: Took China’s Cash, Took China’s Side

September 8, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ How many times did Senator Sam Dastyari and Bob Carr before him – recipients of China’s cash – take China’s side against Australia and its allies? Something sticks here: Sam Dastyari (pictured) was quoted in a leading Chinese newspaper in 2014 attacking then prime minister Tony Abbott over a speech in […]

Australian Politics – Why Is Carr’s University Accepting Chinese Propaganda Cash?

September 7, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Australian Senator Sam Dastyari should go for taking Chinese cash and singing China’s song. But this kind of donation – meant to influence graduates and tomorrow’s leaders -is surely red hot: Labor senator Sam Dastyari (pictured) has apologised for accepting money from Chinese companies amid fresh revelations the Yuhu group, which […]

Australian Election Result – The Labor Party Must Now Help The Liberal Government To Save Us

July 11, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Chris Mitchell warns that Australia’s finances are in deep trouble and it’s time the Labor Party was held to account for its opportunistic vandalism: [N]ow about half of all Australian voters receive more in government payments than they shell out in tax. Young journalists push the cause of higher welfare as […]

Australian Election Result – Toxic Labor Party Flops Even Against A Turnbull

July 7, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Terry McCrann points out that Labor’s campaign was terrible and its brand bust: ONE lesson from the election is that Malcolm Turnbull is a dud. But perhaps the more important lesson is that the Labor brand is absolutely toxic. In an election where people deserted the “Turnbull Titanic” in droves, they […]

Australian Election 2016 – Spend More, Tax More, Borrow More. Which Labor Party Genius Thought This Would Work?

June 28, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ The Australian Labor Party kissed the election goodbye three weeks ago when it promised – actually promised – to spend more and borrow more than even the Liberals over the next four years. On Sunday Labor confirmed the size of disaster, revealing it would add an extra $101 billion to our […]

Australian Election 2016 – It’s over. Labor Party Killed By Its Mad Spending

June 27, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Newspoll confirms Labor will lose: The Coalition has pulled ahead of Labor for the first time in the campaign, and enters the final week leading by 51 per cent to 49 per cent as the economy takes centre stage amid fallout from Brexit. I’m not sure that Brexit made much difference. […]

Australian Election 2016 – Labor Party Launch – The Secrets To Labor’s Failure

June 19, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Telling points from Labor’s launch: Chris Bowen lavishly praises the Labor Left’s Tanya Plibersek in his speech – more than he does Bill Shorten. A tip about Labor’s post-defeat line-up? Three former Labor leaders are at the launch – Bob Hawke, Paul Keating and Julia Gillard. Kevin Rudd, the unwanted one, […]

Australian Election 2016 – Labor Party Spent Its Way To This Deep Trouble

June 18, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ I said after two weeks of this campaign that the Labor Party had been crippled by the number of candidates who thought our border laws too strong. This was not just damaging on its own, but reminded voters how recently Labor wrecked so much. But the final blow to any of […]

Australian Election 2016 – Labor Party Stronger In Western Australia Than When Tony Abbott Was Prime Minister

June 15, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ I still can’t see the Australian Labor Party picking up more than 10 seats, although the electorate seems so resentful that any last-minute issue could set it off. But Labor friends in the campaign still hope for better, and today I read this: Labor is on track to secure the largest […]

Australian Election 2016 – Shorten Goes Back To Labor Party’s Disastrous Past

June 14, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Terry McCrann on a Labor party that’s learned nothing: Australian Leader Of The Opposition, Labor Party Leader Bill Shorten has now officially committed to embracing two of the three policies that defined the Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard governments as the two worst in our history… Yesterday, Shorten committed to go […]

Australian Election 2016 – The Left In Denial: Terror, Refugees And Other Challenges To Our Values Are Actually Central

May 20, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Yet again the Australian Labor Party goes into an election battling allegations – well-founded – that it is weak and evasive on borders, culture clashes and national identity. Labor and journalists yet again scream that such issues as “diversions”, “distractions”, “divisive” and “racist”. They just don’t get it. These issues are […]

Australian Election 2016 – The Labor Party Says It Will Abide By An Umpire’s Decision As Long As It’s The Decision It Wants

May 17, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ I have no idea what the Australian Labor Party is covering up here. Is it that the party’s leader Bill Shorten made a commitment he won’t keep to abide by the umpire’s decision on Sunday penalty rates? Or is that he made a commitment he won’t keep to keep Sunday penalty […]

Australian Election 2016 – A Liberal Pact With The Forces Of Darkness

May 10, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Background from TonyfromOz: Here in Australia in reference to politics, where you see the word Liberal, that is the official name of that political party, The Liberal Party Of Australia, and that is the major party from the Conservative side of the political fence. A General Election for the Federal Government […]

Australian Politics – The Australian Labor Party Is Signing Australia Up For An International Rort In Carbon Offsets

May 3, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ The Australian Labor Party will open us up to being rorted blind by carbon credit shysters trading in hot air. Here is Labor’s plan: Labor’s Climate Change Action Plan will … create new opportunities for Australian firms to trade and engage with other ETS [emissions trading scheme] jurisdictions – already 40 […]

Australian Politics – Here Comes Another Financial Disaster Inherited From The Labor Party

April 16, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Another grand scheme without the cash to pay for it – the fruit of warm fuzzies, not hard heads. Rick Morton: In the months before Christmas 2014, Bruce Bonyhady — the chairman of the $22 billion flagship National Disability Insurance Scheme — was scared. The country was in the grip of […]

Victoria’s Labor Party Built A Desalination Plant We Did Not Need. Now It Buys Water We Don’t Need, Either

March 29, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Here in Victoria Australia, the Labor Party cannot be trusted with your drinking water. Years ago I warned that the then Victorian Labor Government was making a terrible mistake, building a desalination plant that would produce only a third of the water of a new dam for at least four times […]