Tag Archives: bill shorten

SHORTEN’S END

Twenty years ago, Trade Union legend Bill Ludwig introduced me to Bill Shorten, telling me that here was a young guy who was going places. Shorten and I met for coffee at Melbourne University where he was studying part time to … Continue reading

Posted in Elections, Government, History | Tagged , , , ,

BARNABY or HANSON

The Angry Vote is growing throughout Australia and is doing so at an ever increasing pace as voters grow more and more disenchanted with a political establishment which is so appallingly out of touch with the aspirations of voters. Currently, Angry Voters … Continue reading

Posted in Community and Values, Elections, Government, Infrastructure Water | Tagged , , , , , , | 15 Comments

Tax Reform and the Politics of Fear

There are thousands of laws that provide the basis of governing our nation. Every one of them can be improved in order to meet the needs of a changing world, particularly taxation laws, as they are an out of date … Continue reading

Posted in Business and Enterprise, Everald Posts 2015, Funding and Finance, Government, Join the Debate, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

TONY ABBOTT AND THE LONG SEARCH FOR YESTERDAY

Whenever our nation is in crisis we yearn for the good old days when threats like this did not happen. Whenever we avoid a crisis we say it is because we honoured old traditions that were certain to keep us … Continue reading

Posted in Ageing, Australian Republican Movement, Carbon Debate, Environment, Government, History | Tagged , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

For whom the bell tolls – The last days of Rudd or Abbott or both.

Saturday will be a time of great personal relief for the vast majority of Australian voters. After the most painful and boring election of a lifetime, we will have made the decision that most of us would prefer not to … Continue reading

Posted in Business and Enterprise, Everald@Large Newsletter 2013, Government, Join the Debate | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,