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Renewable Power Australia – Prime Minister Turnbull Can’t Admit His Snowy Scheme Costs Too Much

December 22, 2017 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull needed his new Snowy scheme so badly for political reasons that it was clear he’d pay anything for it. He first sold it as a $2 billion plan, but now is still hot for it at anything up to six times the price: August: There’s nothing […]

Australian Politics – Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce Wins In Turnbull’s False Dawn

December 3, 2017 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Background by TonyfromOz: The Australian Deputy Prime Minister, Barnaby Joyce was referred to the High Court of Australia because of questions regarding the possibility of dual citizenship, with respect to his father, who was born in New Zealand. So, get this, his father migrated to Australia in 1947, 70 years ago, […]

Australian Politics – Revolt Mounts Against Prime Minister Turnbull’s Lack Of Leadership

November 29, 2017 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ A revolt against Malcolm Turnbull is rapidly growing ahead of Parliament’s final sitting of the year next week. The Nationals plan to rebel: A meeting of federal National MPs next week is brewing up to be a heated affair with ministers and backbenchers at odds over a sweeping banking inquiry. As […]

Australian Politics – One Nation Just Showed Why Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull Must Go

November 27, 2017 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ The Queensland State election result sends one screaming message to the federal Liberals: sack Malcolm Turnbull or you’ll lose, too. If you don’t get yourselves a leader who can win Pauline Hanson’s followers, you are gone. Don’t buy the media gloating that Hanson’s One Nation Party crashed on Saturday, proving that […]

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 […]

Australian Politics – If Prime Minister Turnbull Is The Problem, Julie Bishop Is Not The Answer

November 13, 2017 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Liberals and commentators must stop backing leaders on the basis of poll popularity, rather than strategic and leadership smarts. Take Peter van Onselen today, repeating arguments for Julie Bishop he once made for Malcolm Turnbull. Haven’t we seen with Turnbull – and Julia Gillard – that popularity melts like summer snow […]

Australian Politics – Former Deputy Prime Minister John Anderson: Why Is The Liberal Party Ignoring Freedom?

November 11, 2017 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Former Australian Deputy Prime Minister John Anderson warns the Liberals to take freedom seriously. Where are its planned protections of freedom of conscience when gay marriage becomes law?  Too many fixers and chancers: (TonyfromOz adds that here In Australia, The Liberal Party is the major party from the Conservative side of […]