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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On Direct Action

With support for “action” on climate change declining and the carbon tax proving to be immensely unpopular, one must wonder why the Coalition is still proposing their direct action scheme. While denouncing climate alarmism and “action” would generate a very … Continue reading

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The bully tactics of the warmists

Matt Neal tries the same old tired bully tactics that have become so familiar to warmists over the years. First, the doctor analogy that has never been used ever. Of the 100 doctors you see, 97 tell you that you … Continue reading

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Greens getting desperate

With the recent ALP attacks on their parliamentary partners, the Greens are using this as an opportunity to rally their base. “Labor must turn on the Greens and destroy them.” Tony Maher, 7 July. Prominent members of the ALP have … Continue reading

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