Browsing All posts tagged under »The Liberal Party of Australia«

Australian Election Result – Let The Detractors Now Weep

September 12, 2013 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Where you see Liberal Party here, this indicates the larger of the two political parties from the Conservative side of politics in Australia. Those 2 Parties are The Liberal Party of Australia and The Nationals. In some States, those 2 parties have amalgamated to form the LNP, (Liberal National Party) which […]

Tony Abbott Will Be Australia’s Most Culturally Literate Prime Minister

April 6, 2013 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ As I said at the IPA anniversary dinner, I believe Tony Abbott – if successful at the election – will be the most culturally literate and thoughtful Prime Minister since at least Robert Menzies. While I have at times argued with him over policy, I have not once had reason to […]

The Greens Are Eating Labor Alive

October 30, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt You may think it unusual to be adding a post about a State election here in Australia, but this is indicative of how the left side of politics, for so often represented by just the one main Political Party is now fracturing into smaller Parties, and one especially, The Greens Party, is […]

How This Poll Deadlock In Australia Could Be Broken

August 22, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt With the deadlock that resulted from the federal election yesterday, there are many things that could happen, and here. Andrew lists just some of those connotations…..TonyfromOz. Above is how Antony Greens sums up the state of play. Now let’s add up the seats to try to reach a majority of 76. The […]

Australian Federal Election Results – Live Blog

August 21, 2010 by


Today, Saturday 21 August, is polling day in Australia for the Federal Election. I’ll be ‘Live Blogging’ the results as they come in. For in depth background on the Australian electoral process, the major players and the two main Parties involved see the post at this link. By the time most of you read this, […]

Medal For Defence Force Service

April 10, 2010 by


If you click on the image, it will open in a new and larger window. I have mentioned in earlier posts that I served as a member of the Military Forces here in Australia, in my case, the Royal Australian Air Force. I served for 25 years from January 1967 until April of 1992. That […]

Australia – Climate Change Turmoil

November 27, 2009 by


Could it just be that Australia has become the touchstone in the fight against Climate Change Legislation to introduce an emissions trading scheme. This story is raging across Australia at the moment. At that link are further links to related matters, all worth looking at. The story is also making headway in the UK as […]


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