The Morrison government has made it clear to crossbenchers the income tax cut package will be presented to parliament as a whole. The government will need four crossbenchers to support the three-stage tax package if Labor doesn’t back it.
Just do it already! No, we’re not promoting Nike’s old slogan. We’re talking about the government’s income tax plans.
The CFMMEU’s days may be numbered. At least if Industrial Relations Minister Christian Porter has his way. Porter says the peak construction and mining union should be deregistered. And he’s prioritising laws that could help make that happen.
Japan has been a remarkably peaceful nation since the end of the Second World War.
But that doesn’t mean the island nation can afford to let its guard down.
Since the British voters first chose to part ways with the lumbering bureaucracy of the European Union, we’ve maintained that vested globalist interests (aka ‘the deep state’) would never allow the UK to leave. And indeed they’ve done their best to foil the divorce every step of the way.
Gold in Aussie dollars has been in a bull market for years. The breakout you saw in the US dollar gold price last week confirmed that we’re now resuming the global bull market in gold.
The quacks running the show have managed to convince all and sundry that paying higher power bills or more school fees or dearer food prices is something that should be targeted. Seriously?
I’m going to reveal the single most important thing that an investor needs to do to be successful. It’s not rocket science. In fact, it’s very simple.
Stocks justify being ‘expensive’ as long as the economy holds up and sustains company earnings growth. But if it slows to the point where widespread earnings downgrades start to kick in, then the market will sell off sharply.