Up to 50 properties were lost in NSW bushfires on Tuesday and four people have been charged with breaching fire bans, and 83 blazes are still burning across the state on Wednesday. More
The chairman of a parliamentary committee has accused Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe of hurting savers and retirees with a series of economically damaging rate cuts and laying the groundwork for “radical” money creation programs. More
In August Macquarie’s Adam Lang muttered that Jones and Hadley should be shoved out to make way for younger and more left-wing voices.
Alan Jones has vowed he will never be silenced by anyone, despite a high-profile advertising boycott of his show being blamed by his network’s owners for contributing to a profit downgrade. The longstanding ratings leader extended his reign on Tuesday, collecting an unprecedented 223rd consecutive win for 2GB in the heavily contested Sydney breakfast radio time slot. More
13.11.19. Federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has always been one to face the crowd to explain his point. This time, however, the grief and anger, if not understandable hysterics, from a Nimbin resident whose house just burned down was not to be quelled as Albo quickly found out and turned on his heel for escape. Nimbin in NSW is renown for its hippie collection of pot growers and potheads.
Federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese and Labor state MP Janelle Saffin have been heckled by angry residents during a visit to fire-affected parts of northern New South Wales. The Labor leader promised local fire crews in Nimbin that he would lobby parliament to provide all possible assistance to impacted communities. But he said the unfolding bushfire emergency was not the time to engage in party politics. More
Israel’s military has killed one of the most senior commanders of Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad in a rare targeted strike in the Gaza Strip, prompting retaliatory rocket fire and fears of a severe escalation in violence. More
13.11.19. Maybe, just maybe the voters of Australia had a front seat spectacle of precisely what the Greens stand for. It’s as though they have become politically unhinged in a marvellous display of what is hoped to be their political suicide.
The outrageous senate performance by Greens Senator Jordon Steele-John’s rhetoric around the fires proved he has not an original idea in his head when with same gusto he stole the Greta Thunberg, “How dare any of you suggest that in this moment at this time it is appropriate to be prosecuting a piece of legislation with the aim of propping up coal,” he said. Joron must believe that being in a wheelchair gives him special licence to be an idiot in league with his two idiot masters at the top—it won’t wash! See video below.
Greens MP Adam Bandt has seized on the “catastrophic” bushfires burning across Queensland and NSW, urging Scott Morrison to implement an urgent policy response to the blazes similar to that put in place after the Port Arthur Massacre. Mr Bandt told reporters in Canberra on Tuesday the Prime Minister should make a National Climate Agreement and follow the lead of former prime minister John Howard, who announced a National Firearms Agreement in the wake of the 1996 massacre that claimed 35 lives. More
Russia’s Bolshevik regime dedicated itself to hatred and killing to maintain a strangle hold on Russia: their first leader, Karl Marx’s hatred for the “bourgeoisie” whom he blamed for society’s ills; Lenin and his successor Stalin pushed that philosophy farther, exterminating the so-called “rich” who came to include peasants with one cow. But most of all they hated those that led the country before, the Tsars and their families. Larry Provost discusses this most amazing lady: More