Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's plans for an early double dissolution election have been sunk... The Clerk of the Senate, Harry Evans, is understood to have confirmed that even if Mr Rudd were to go to a double dissolution election to get his … [Read more...] about Australian Politics and Carbon Trading
Archives for August 9, 2009
“THE Pentagon and the [US] State Department have studied issues arising from dependence on foreign sources of energy for years but are only now considering the effects of global warming in their long-term planning documents...” according to John … [Read more...] about Climate Alarmists Morphing into War Mongering Neo-conservatives?
SAM the Koala was euthanized last Thursday. When bushfires were raging the state of Victoria earlier this year, the koala became famous after video footage was released showing her drinking water from a fire fighter’s bottle. But the … [Read more...] about Famous Koala Dies
“The vote that Senators deliver on August 13, and again later should the bill be defeated and resubmitted, is the biggest decision that they will make in their political careers. For the passage or not of this bill will determine the fate of the … [Read more...] about The Most Important Vote Since Federation?
FORMER New South Wales Premier, Bob Carr, obviously has no idea when it comes to the history and ecology of river red gum forests in south western NSW. His misguided comments in The Land one week ago (“Forests or fenceposts”, July 30, pg 19) reflect … [Read more...] about Red Gum Forests Need Water and Thinning: Not Bob Carr