Browsing All posts tagged under »Australian Labor Party«

Australian Politics – The Fall Of Labor Party Leader Bill Shorten

May 23, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ David Crowe describes a Labor Party leader with nothing left to say: When reports emerged that three suspected jihadists wanted to return to Australia without going to jail, Labor Leader Bill Shorten talked of rehabilitation but offered no concrete position. “We’ll seek a briefing from the government,” he said. Yesterday, when […]

Australian Politics – How Labor Party Leader Bill Shorten (Doesn’t) Answer Questions

May 5, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ From Bill Shorten’s astonishing press conference yesterday, this list of complete non-answers from the man who promised this would be the “year of ideas”: JOURNALIST: What do you make of the reports this morning Mr Shorten that the deficit levy could be gone in this coming Budget after 2017, and also […]

The Australian Labor Party Sells Its Soul For The Muslim Vote

April 30, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Australian Jews are reminded again that the Australian Labor Party represents danger, not help. It is driven by demographics, not principle. Simply put, there are more Muslim votes that Jewish in Labor marginal seats: NSW Right power broker Tony Burke will lead the push for a historic shift in Labor’s position […]

The Australian Labor Party Must Finally Kick Its Deadly Greens Habit

March 31, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Labor can’t keep treating the Greens as their finer selves, endorsing iconic Greens issues from global warming to the anti-coal seam gas movement. That way it will always be vulnerable, not to mention irrational, and once more some Labor thinkers are demanding a fight: Sam Crosby, who heads the McKell Institute, […]

Australian Politics – New South Wales Labor’s Electricity Bill: An Extra Charge To Keep Unions Sweet

March 2, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Henry Ergas on how NSW Labor wants the poor to pay more for electricity – just to look after Labor’s union mates: Between 2008 and 2014, electricity transmission and distribution costs increased by some $400 per household in Queensland and New South Wales, where the poles and wires are government-owned, but […]

When The Left Quotes Twitter, It Just Quotes Its Friends

March 1, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ . It is the laziest form of modern journalism – to quote Twitter comments to make or back a story that the journalists really wants to be true. For instance, there’s Peter FitzSimons: The best example of just how much of a gutful the electorate has had came this week with […]

Can You Blame Them If They Hate Australia?

February 26, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~  SURE, Prime Minister Tony Abbott was right to tell our Muslim leaders they must do more to turn young Australians away from terrorism. But why are we letting so many non-Muslim leaders off the hook? Why not demand the same help from the politicians, teachers, artists and journalists who recklessly make […]


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