1. Travelling along the Murray River
This morning I went for a walk over the Richard Peninsula sand dunes to Goolwa Beach. Photographs here:
And lots more of the trip at my Facebook, for example, images of a boat trip along Gunbower Creek… Note the black water coming out of the Gunbower Creek merging with the brown waters of the Murray.
2. ‘Goodbye Kyoto’ by Fred Singer at American Thinker http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/03/good_bye_kyoto.html
3. Some great articles at Quadrant Online http://www.quadrant.org.au/
4. Protests are being organised against the Carbon Tax
“The rally was an enjoyable success. A crowd of around 600 gathered at Julia Gillard’s electoral office in Werribee to protest against Julia Gillard’s Carbon Dioxide Tax. Media from ABC/SBS TV and Radio were in attendance to record the scenes of the angry crowd, fired up but very well behaved. Police directed traffic on the old Princess Hwy but smiled a lot and talked amongst the crowd. The masses listened to Rally organisers speak on behalf of the people. Senator’s and MP’s made speeches condemning Gillard as a liar and marked the occasion as, “Only the Beginning”, of the Australian peoples uprising against the Government, on the introduction of a Carbon Tax.
“Most notable was a great speech by protest organiser Tony Hooper and Senator Mitch Fifield who stirred the crowd into a roar, chanting “Gillard and her Tax must go!”
For more information on rallies…
Stop Gillard’s carbon tax page http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_113660108709587#!/pages/Stop-Gillards-Carbon-Tax/197122506973202
Revolt against the carbon tax page http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_113660108709587
Petition against the carbon tax page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Stop-Gillards-Carbon-Tax/197122506973202?sk=app_4949752878
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