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  • Andrew JACKSON: Bob Katter is right the Woolworths Coles duopoly needs to be broken up into a dozen competing firms. If this is not voluntary State Governments can implement by "nationalization without... (3 May 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Couldn't agree more, Senator. We don't need a big new electricity tax. We already have a big tax on electricity. It's call the GST - thanks to the Coalition. It is applied to the whole... (3 May 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: This is nothing new. Minister Hunt's giant leap in logic tied the "high price" 2013 model with Labor policy back in 2015 as well. These are the same rehashed projections raised previously... (3 May 2016)
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  • Mark Duffett: Gobsmacking idiocy from the Greens to be looking to exclude nuclear projects literally in the same breath as invoking climate emergency, which their restricted prescriptions are singularly... (3 May 2016)
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  • Andrew JACKSON: The decision of the Government to block the sale of Kidman properties to Agents of Red China is to be congratulated but does any one really think that this had anything to do with their ideology... (1 May 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The senator said "I have realised something that has been a crystal clear awakening for me, and that is that the term 'fairness' when used by those on the other side of the chamber is just... (22 April 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The senator says "I am one of those who acknowledge climate change. I have always been unpersuaded-I do not get into this argument, because I have no scientific background-that it is man's... (21 April 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Yes, there was a moment of clarity when the PM invited the states to consider taking responsibility for raising taxes themselves to pay for public hospitals and schools. Some of us remembered how... (21 April 2016)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: We have been waiting since the liberal government came into office to get NBN or any kind. Though we can only receive satellite services. We knew that we we being sold a pup by the Abbott,... (20 April 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: I was hoping to understand the issue. Initially it sounded as if owner drivers were protesting against receiving higher pay. That didn't make sense. Then I thought perhaps big trucking owners... (20 April 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Back in 2015, Malclom Turnbull had a very different view as reported in the Herald Sun, http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/breaking-news/muir-rejects-... (24 March 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Hope it is for democracy and not for base self-interest. People vote for senators so that the Senate doesn't simply become a 'rubber stamp' for the House of Reps. It is remarkable how much fuss... (24 March 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The member for Lyne stated "I have looked at the papers for the forward figures for 2017-18 and there is a 21.5 per cent increase in Commonwealth funding for public hospitals. That is almost a... (23 March 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The quality of the 'debate' is shameful. It is sweepingly disappointing. (22 March 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The Senator is right in chastising the Labor party for its broken promises. One was Keating's l-a-w tax cuts. The other great lie was from Gillard on the carbon tax. A promise made before an... (21 March 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The Treasurer wants "superannuation (to) have more choice, be more flexible, be more fit for purpose for the working patterns of the 21st century, be fairer, be more targeted". Heard that before.... (21 March 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: They just keep repeating the same lazy and unverified nonsense. Prices did go up, but they were dishonestly confused with general price rises in electricity. While service charges did not... (21 March 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Question time. What a joke. No wonder the Minister avoided answering the question. If you look at the record of both governments listed in MYEFO you can see why. Labor 1983-1996 : Tax/GDP... (20 March 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: So difficult to know what politicians are talking about. Which debt is that? Are we talking about 'gross foreign debt' of $1,692.501 billion or 106.7% of GDP, 'net foreign debt' of $865.462... (20 March 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: "There have been no successful boat arrivals" is not quite the same as stopping the boats. The Minister admitted "We have a very serious threat when it comes to border protection because people... (19 March 2016)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: What about the Grey Headed Flying foxes that, you Mr Hunt, allow to be harassed in Victoria. The reason being because a couple of wealthy people don't like them. It's true that you don't care... (18 March 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The member for Riverina says "Labor cannot be believed when it comes to education." He states that "You've had your go, so just be quiet. Over the next four years, this government is putting... (14 March 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Bernardi's 'aroma of hypocrisy' is a catchy phrase but applies to both major parties which are typically living in denial. What is democracy worth when millions of votes don't amount to the... (13 March 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: China represents a serious threat with its support of regimes around the world in order to procure valuable resources and to build its economic and military power base. Nothing new in that.... (11 March 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The Minister says "The VFACTS new vehicle sales data for February was up 14.3 per cent - 6.7 per cent over the past year. Importantly, business buyers for vehicles were up 15.6 per cent over the... (11 March 2016)
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