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Australian Politics – What I Learned From This Shock Result

May 24, 2019 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ What this amazing election result has told me: the result was too close for pundits now to claim Labor was all bad; the Liberals can’t gloat too much; the Liberals aren’t too Right-wing; the Left’s bullying can backfire; voters fear global warming policies maybe more than global warming. Andrew Bolt writes […]

Australia’s Election Shock Shows The Perils Of Moralizing Climate Change

May 23, 2019 by

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By Adam Brickley ~ Heading into last Saturday’s election in Australia, Prime Minister Scott Morrison was a dead man walking. Polls showed the left-wing Labor Party pulling away from his conservative Liberal-National Coalition in what newspapers across the globe were calling “The Climate Change Election.” Polls were being thrown around showing that more and more […]

After ‘Stunning’ Conservative Win, NY Times Compares Australia To ‘American South’

May 20, 2019 by

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By Scott Whitlock ~ This weekend, another political earthquake hit the establishment. After trailing in every poll and being left for dead by liberals in the media, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and the conservatives in Australia won a shocking victory. But, just like with Brexit, Donald Trump’s win in 2016 and other examples, the New York […]

Australia Votes 2019: Shock! Climate Action Bombs. Pollsters Crash. Skeptics Win

May 19, 2019 by

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From the team at CFACT ~ This is a guest post about the Federal election in Australia held yesterday, and it is from the award winning Australian blogger Joanne Nova. By Joanne Nova ~ Against all the polls, the money, advertising, and the non-stop media coverage, against all expectations and the betting agencies — the […]

Australian Politics – Perfect! Liberal Party Dumps Turnbull, Win Election

May 19, 2019 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Can it get any better? The Liberals dump Malcolm Turnbull, the Leftist, and win a miracle federal election. Scott Morrison’s new government will be without Turnbull, Julie Bishop, Christopher Pyne, George Brandis, Craig Laundy and Julia Banks. The dissident and whiteanting Left gone, and the conservatives and anti-warmists triumphant. You may […]

Australian Politics – Newspoll Sinks As Turnbull And Bishop Strike

March 11, 2019 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ I said that Australian prime Minister Scott Morrison should have called an early election when the Labor Party weakened our border laws. Since then it’s gone downhill with bad growth figures, jobs for boys and the Turnbull trio – Malcolm Turnbull, Julie Bishop and Turnbull-backed turncoat Julia Banks – all campaigning […]

Australian Politics – Former Prime Minister Turnbull Goes Mad: Sacked Because ‘I Would Win’

March 9, 2019 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Has the former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull been driven mad by his political fall? He now thinks his Liberal colleagues dumped him not because he was bad, but because he was just too good: Basically, you could argue that their concern was not that I would lose the election, but […]

Australian Politics – Newspoll Snuffs Out Last Liberal Party Hopes

February 25, 2019 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ The lack of bounce should shock the Liberal Party Government led by Prime Minister Scott Morrison: The Labor Party has weathered a political storm over border protection and maintained a six-point lead over the Coalition following a bruising parliamentary fortnight. An exclusive Newspoll conducted for The Australian shows the two party […]

Australian Politics – How The Labor Party Will Clobber The Economy

February 16, 2019 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Terry McCrann  says attacking the Labor Party’s franking tax credits grab is  taking the focus off the bigger problem: Where I suggest it might be helping Labor is in taking the focus off the broader policy package — just how massively destructive for the economy is what Labor proposes, via what […]

Australian Politics – What The Australian Greens Party Will Cost You

February 6, 2019 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ When the Australian Greens Party demand we ban coal, this is the money they are casually throwing away:    Trade numbers released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics confirm coal was the nation’s largest single export in 2018. Total coal exports in the past 12 months to the end of […]

Australian Politics – Is Julia Banks Just A Stooge For Malcolm Turnbull’s Revenge?

February 2, 2019 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Revenge against one of the Ministers who votes against Malcolm Turnbull:  Malcolm Turnbull’s son Alex has admitted he was ‘involved’ in a bombshell campaign by Julia Banks to unseat Greg Hunt… But he denied his father was also involved. He would say that, wouldn’t he? And how telling that Banks, a […]

Climate Change Australia – Liberal Party Pays For Saying Me Too On Warming

January 31, 2019 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ The last two Liberal environment ministers pushed global warming and now reap what they helped to sow. Both are being challenged by warming crusaders – Greg Hunt by Liberal deserter Julia Banks, and Josh Frydenberg by Oliver Yates. Lesson: the Liberals can never outflank the Left on warming, and should have […]

Australian Politics – Hope: Liberal Party Goes From Wipe Out To Bad Defeat

January 29, 2019 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Here in Australia, the Liberal Party takes hope from a Newspoll showing they’re on 47 per cent to Labor’s 53: It is the best result for the Morrison government since its post-coup peak in October and marks a four-point reversal in the two-party vote since December, when it was behind 55 […]

Australian Politics – Mundine’s List of Green Sabotage

January 24, 2019 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Even morons can stop mines and jobs. In fact, that’s all morons can do, since they lack the skills or drive to actually create them. Warren Mundine, the former president of The Australian Labor Party, who is now the Liberal Party candidate for Gilmore, lists just some of the damage done […]

Australian Politics – Bigger Surplus A Danger For The Labor Party, But Dare The Liberal Government Wait Until May?

December 17, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Good news for the Morrison Government: Next year’s long-awaited ­return to surplus… will be revised up in today’s budget update… to just over $4bn… This is forecast to… reach accumulated surpluses of $30bn by 2021-22. Most of the improvement comes from surging revenue, not more cuts. Will that rise in revenue […]

Australian Politics – Licensed Bullies Hijack Shorten

December 16, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ It must be so exciting to be so morally superior that you can trample over the rights of others – including the right of the Leader of the Opposition and Australian Labor Party Leader Bill Shorten to address the members at the Labor Party conference who paid to hear him. Check […]

Australian Politics – Don’t Let Us Stop You

December 6, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Why wait?:   Liberal insiders say Julie Bishop will retire from parliament just before the next election, despite speculation she might consider a career as opposition leader should the government lose the election, and despite the fact she has been re-endorsed for her seat of Curtin. One theory in Liberal ranks is […]

Australian Politics – With Liberals Like Turnbull, Who Needs The Labor Party?

November 29, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ I’ve said that the current Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison had to call out former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, who is determined to destroy the Liberal party that rejected him: Malcolm Turnbull has been in ­regular contact with Kerryn Phelps and one of his staff members helped the independent MP, who […]

Australian Politics – Left Trashes The Liberal Party, Right Gets Blamed

November 28, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, of the Liberal Left, lost 14 seats at the Federal Election. He called a needless by-election for his seat and ensured the Liberals lost it. MPs, of the Liberal Left, blocked the leadership challenge of conservative Peter Dutton and installed Scott Morrison instead. Kelly O’Dwyer, Julia […]

Australian Politics – Victorian Election Result – Liberal Party Left Blame The Right For Liberal Party Left Defeat

November 26, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ The Liberal Party Left makes no sense in exploiting the Victorian debacle. Senate president Scott Ryan says this was “primarily a state campaign” and the state Liberals were in the “strong Liberal tradition” of Jeff Kennett – socially “liberal in their outlook”. I think Victoria is historically a liberal state… A […]

Australian Politics – Victorian Election Result – Liberal Party Fail

November 25, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Victoria’s election was a disaster for the Liberal Party that has federal implications: The incumbent Labor Party Government looks set to win at least 60 of 88 seats… The win is the biggest for the Labor Party since Steve Bracks won 62 seats in the 2002 against Robert Doyle. The Liberals […]

Australian Politics – Liberal Party Government Must Smash Former Prime Minister Turnbull On Global Warming

November 24, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ The Coalition Government led by Prime Minister Scott Morrison must now leak material to discredit former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his global warming policies. The logic is clear: Turnbull is trying to destroy the Liberal Party he once led. Turnbull has already started to attack the Liberals on global warming, […]

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

November 22, 2018 by

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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 – Prime Minister Morrison Kind Of Offers To Cut Immigration Like He Said We Shouldn’t

November 20, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ It’s not even a firm promise from Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison: I also know Australians in our biggest cities are concerned about population. They are saying: enough, enough, enough. The roads are clogged, the buses and trains are full. The schools are taking no more enrolments. I hear what you […]