Monthly Archives: August 2012
No, the sky didn’t fall the day the carbon tax arrived, not that anyone said it would, but its effects are already starting to emerge. (Council of Small Business Australia) executive director Peter Strong said the survey results show the “real concern … Continue reading
The IPA’s John Shipp discusses how green ideology has driven the government’s National Food Plan. The green paper rejects large-scale irrigated agriculture in northern Australia on the explicit authority of a 2009 report by the Northern Australia Land and Water taskforce. … Continue reading
When Kevin Rudd signed the Kyoto agreement after John Howard held out for a decade, the federal government conspired with the states to effectively steal people’s land. Now, the Coalition wants more of the same. THE Coalition has declared its … Continue reading
As the biggest priority for America right now is the economy and getting the debt and deficit under control, who better for Mitt Romney to run with than the only guy who has a plan to tackle this? While Paul Ryan’s economic … Continue reading
Remember Bob Brown? Well, he’s continuing his crusade against industrial developments and the associated jobs and prosperity. Now, he’s met a sharp rebuke. Our people have had to make a choice about allowing development on our lands. It hasn’t been … Continue reading
Brian Wimborne discusses environmentalist ideology present at the beginning of the German nation. He then outlines some disturbing similarities with our modern greens.
We’re often hearing from environmentalists how renewable energy is the “energy of the future”. Barack Obama endorses this view. This is despite the fact that the industry can’t seem to survive without public subsidies and government efforts to hamper fossil fuel energy. … Continue reading