Tomorrow is the big day in New South Wales. And with the Coalition and Labor locked in a historically tight race, both parties are underscoring some significant…and costly…promises they’ve made to voters.
Newly minted Senator Duncan Spender, the chief of staff to former senator David Leyonhjelm, is taking over his boss’s job in Canberra. For a man devoted to cutting taxes and slashing government spending, the new senator is admittedly ironically named.
Captured on video, New South Wales Labor leader Michael Daley had claimed that young people are leaving Sydney and ‘are being replaced by young people from typically Asia with PhDs’.
European leaders have begrudgingly offered the UK several weeks to ease itself out of the bloc. If all had gone according to plan — and voters’ wishes — the UK would be exiting the EU in an orderly fashion next Friday.
If North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was hoping that he could soften up US President Donald Trump with a few face-to-face meetings and some minor steps towards dismantling his nation’s nuclear weapons programs, he’ll be a disappointed despot today.
The climate warriors want your kids. They want them to be scared. And they want them to march in lockstep with their own left-wing beliefs.
Tens of thousands of Aussie school kids are skipping school today to attend climate change rallies instigated by the group School Strike 4 Climate Australia. But we can’t blame the children for responding as intended to the fear campaign of global warming.
At 4pm today the final report of the Banking Royal Commission will be released. The commission’s conclusions and recommendations are likely to have far-reaching consequences for Australia’s financial industry.While we wait, let’s look at some key areas.
For years the banks acted as if they were invincible, untouchable. They now claim they know they’re not above the law, but prior to the Hayne Royal Commission, you’d be led to believe that that’s exactly what they thought.