Monthly Archives: July 2012

Green councils gone wild

Miranda Devine details the shocking tyranny of local governments, conducted under an environmental facade. Councils are crushing small business: Just across the Richmond River from Ballina’s Big Prawn, Bernard and Rikki Grinberg run a caravan park on eight pretty hectares … Continue reading

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Greens: Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

The Greens are a big fan of information; other people’s information. When it comes to their own, however… GREENS leader Christine Milne is sweet with the government’s refusal to release Treasury costings of Greens policies. That is quite a turn-around … Continue reading

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“Climate Change”? $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Philippa Martyr comes across climate change in scientific fields seemingly unrelated, from physiology to civil engineering, from sociology to literary studies. The grants listed total over $2million. Maybe this is why so many horrors have been attributed to greenhouse gases. … Continue reading

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Donna Laframboise in Melbourne

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A Green dissents

Victorian Greens MP Greg Barber, who refused to rule out a $500/tonne carbon tax, makes a gaffe. From todays Herald Sun: Perhaps it was the pressure of a hard-fought by-election or difficulties with this new fangled interweb thingy, but Greens MP … Continue reading

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Coincidence?

Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore explains how watermelons came to be. “World communism failed, the wall came down (in 1989) and a lot of peaceniks and political activists moved into the environmental movement, bringing their neo-Marxism with them, and learned to … Continue reading

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Our Green Navy

With Tony Abbott meeting with John McCain in Washington yesterday, it seems appropriate to revisit some of the Senator’s comments in light of a recent development over in Australia. First, the story: OUR gallant Navy has decided to spend its … Continue reading

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