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  • Ben Paterson: I am totally disgusted by the comments made by David Bradbury. I can personally attest to the evilness of Brother Richard to me and to other boys while I was at Patrician Brothers Granville.... (2 days, 16 hours ago)
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  • Bill Thomson: "toxic methane gas" is emotive tosh. It is non-toxic. (1 week, 6 days ago)
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  • Bill Thomson: "For decades, those industries have had to operate in the shadows of exploration" If they've operated for decades, they've hardly been stifled then, have they? It's sad that after so many... (2 weeks, 1 day ago)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: The wildlife part of this bill, referring to clearing up congestion in wildlife matters, does not mean that shortcuts should be taken, and wildlife suffer. That has already been happening too... (24 March 2020)
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  • Tibor Majlath: How is it that the member can apply the best science available for mapping the future of water security to maximise the ability to make money, yet at the same time is so contemptuous of the best... (7 March 2020)
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  • Bill Thomson: Public safety would be markedly improved by the replacement of coal with nuclear in the Hunter. And it wouldn't use any more water than the current coal generators do. (6 March 2020)
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  • Andrew Jackson: Excellent to see that even the LNP can see the evil of the neo-liberal agenda forced on us by the likes of Keating and others. We need a complete commitment to Australian Manufacturing and... (25 February 2020)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Government books aren't balanced when you are in surplus. With a surplus, government revenue outpaces the rate it is spending that money. With a deficit the government spends more than it... (13 February 2020)
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  • Bill Thomson: The United States is an excellent example that Senator Birmingham could have used https://www.washingtonpost.com/climate-environment/us-greenh... (13 February 2020)
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  • Bill Thomson: "expert in new energy technology" does not mean "expert in energy grids and systems". The difference is very important. That you apparently don't get this is at the heart of why you are getting... (13 February 2020)
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  • Bill Thomson: So much for your bipartisanship. (12 February 2020)
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  • Bill Thomson: We already *have* the technology proven to achieve the scale of decarbonisation required. But your party just supported a motion against it in the Senate on this very day!! (12 February 2020)
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  • Bill Thomson: That same Professor David Bowman supports nuclear power for climate action. http://energyforhumanity.org/news-events/news/energy/open-le tter-environmentalists-nuclear-energy/ (11 February 2020)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: All those things that Morrison does not regret, were things that he came to and started late. There was certainly too little to late response to the drought. After his holiday he should have... (7 February 2020)
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  • Bill Thomson: "pristine waters that stretch from Newcastle to Manly"? Bwahahahahah! (7 February 2020)
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  • Isabel Storey: I have a lot of respect for you in your fight for veterans and for the people of Tasmania, but today I can only feel and express my great disappointment in your action this day. Many Australians... (4 December 2019)
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  • Isabel Storey: I have a lot of respect for you in your fight for veterans and for the people of Tasmania, but today I can only feel and express my great disappointment in your action this day. Many Australians... (4 December 2019)
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  • Andrew Jackson: Our wages system has become far too complicated since the introduction of Enterprise Bargaining, Time to mandatory Industry Wide Award system with a requirement that only those being paid 3 or 4... (4 December 2019)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: Is this for real? What a ridiculous equation to attempt to demonstrate that logging should continue? This is as stupid as the politician that was willing to live a week on the money that... (3 December 2019)
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  • Alis Jacob: Yes, absolutely YES. Keep pressuring these truths onto the Parliament, makes me wonder what has happened that changed our Parliament into NON representation as it is the case in point regarding... (3 December 2019)
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  • Bill Thomson: What is so unjust about Vattenfall being able to pursue the German government for its completely unjustified trashing of extremely valuable assets? If that's the policy Germans voted for, they... (2 December 2019)
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  • Andrew Jackson: Senator McGrath Dams are a natural monopoly. A free market can therefore not work. Government has a responsibility to build dams so that anyone on reticulated water has water without... (18 November 2019)
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  • Andrew Jackson: Congratulations. It has taken Liberal Party 62 Years to catch up to position of Vince Gair when he was Premier of Queensland. WE need the Bradfield Scheme. Andrew Jackson apjackson2@bigpond.com (18 November 2019)
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  • Bill Thomson: "...four to six degrees of global warming by the end of the century. To spell it out for citizens: that is the end of the human race" This is a misrepresentation of the science. “I don’t... (14 November 2019)
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  • Bill Thomson: "Nuclear power is just too toxic" This level of ignorance completely unmoored from objective reality is a disgrace to the parliament. (25 October 2019)
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