Monthly Archives: June 2012

Tax cuts tomorrow

Exciting things are happening tomorrow. Let’s ask Wayne Swan to see just what’s going down. Yeah, what else is happening, Swanny? I know there are some tax cuts, but what else? Hmmm. Were they reopening the Nauru detention centre? No, … Continue reading

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Journey of the Carbon Tax

August 16, 2010: The Australian people were given explicit assurances that no carbon tax would be foisted upon us. January 23, 2011: Whoops! So much for that. Gillard announces the carbon tax alongside her partners in the minority government. Just … Continue reading

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Afraid of the contest

James Taylor details the lengths Michael Mann has gone to in order to avoid having his claims scrutinised. He then proceeds to scrutinise them. If Michael Mann had presented any of these arguments on a panel with an objective participating … Continue reading

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Monckton on Rio+20

(Via: Andy Semple)

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Matthew England compares skeptics to flat-earthers

Matthew England babbling on to the ABC: ASHLEY HALL: Well Mrs Rinehart says that that’s an important role for them to play, that they need to balance out what she describes as climate extremists. Is that not reasonable? MATTHEW ENGLAND: … Continue reading

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Starck responds to UNESCO

Great Barrier Reef expert, Walter Starck¬†addresses the recent UNESCO report on the state of the reef. He also provides a stunning critique of the environmental movement. He concludes: Signing away our sovereignty to inept and unaccountable UN bureaucrats with a … Continue reading

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Battling those nasty vested interests

A puff piece in the declining Fairfax press revolves around climate activist Anna Rose. First, we get an insight into her scientific understanding. “But there are three pretty simple facts. One, greenhouse gases trap heat in¬† the atmosphere… Duh. two, … Continue reading

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