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    Libs forgetful on ETS origins

    Libs forgetful on ETS origins

    15 Oct 2009 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    Kevin Rudd may be leading the charge on the ETS, but another PM had the idea first. ...

    Financial crash not unexpected

    Financial crash not unexpected

    08 Oct 2009 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    Flouting basic economic principles can have disastrous consequences. ...

    Rudd’s all about managing media

    Rudd’s all about managing media

    24 Sep 2009 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    The Rudd government should concentrate its efforts on planning for Australia’s long-term needs. ...

    Spending strategy a risky path

    Spending strategy a risky path

    17 Sep 2009 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    The major political parties in Australia are coming ever closer in their approach to governance. ...

    Liberals backed the wrong horse

    Liberals backed the wrong horse

    10 Sep 2009 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    The proposed ETS could be the defining policy decision – for Labor and the Liberals. ...

    Politicians in a vacuum on ETS

    Politicians in a vacuum on ETS

    27 Aug 2009 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    Ordinary Australians will bear the brunt of the government’s proposed ETS. ...

    Warming warnings a global con

    Warming warnings a global con

    13 Aug 2009 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    The science just doesn’t add up on climate change. ...

    Nationals lead the way in big ideas

    Nationals lead the way in big ideas

    30 Jul 2009 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    The defection of Vince Catania is a sign of the Nationals’ growing stature in WA politics. ...

    Rudd shows interventionist streak

    Rudd shows interventionist streak

    02 Jul 2009 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    A clearer picture of what the Rudd government hopes to achieve is starting to emerge. ...

    Washington at the heart of crisis

    Washington at the heart of crisis

    18 Jun 2009 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    Politicians should look a bit closer to home when apportioning blame for the GFC. ...

    Ducks line up for Rudd’s UN pitch

    Ducks line up for Rudd’s UN pitch

    11 Jun 2009 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    Rumours of Kevin Rudd’s plans for life after The Lodge won’t go away. ...

    A poorly conceived crisis response

    A poorly conceived crisis response

    04 Jun 2009 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    Most countries have taken the wrong approach to the economic crisis. ...

    Stimulus payments no free lunch

    Stimulus payments no free lunch

    07 May 2009 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    The tax burden on working Australian families keeps mounting. ...

    Taking credit for a world in crisis

    Taking credit for a world in crisis

    04 Feb 2009 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    US Supreme Court ruling paved the way for financial meltdown. ...

    China’s regime running on empty

    China’s regime running on empty

    21 Jan 2009 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    WA’s economic future is critically tied to that of China, and the signs aren’t promising. ...

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