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  • Tibor Majlath: The Minister claimed that "if you are a nurse, if you are a teacher, if you are a police officer, if you are a paramedic, if you are a Defence Force member, if you are any of these and you want... (3 March 2016)
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  • James Walker: Truly. (3 March 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: It is almost impossible not to hear a Coalition member mention Labor and its policies. You could be forgiven that the Coalition has no policies and spends all its energy talking about the Labor... (1 March 2016)
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  • Dwight Walker: The Centrelink Express Plus mobile app is better than online or call centres in dealing with Centrelink. I also created my own database Web app to track job applications so I could fill in their... (1 March 2016)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: As one who is on the excruciatingly painfully slow line of satellite, Clayton’s broadband and in constant contact with my ISP who is the latest and done a reasonable job. But arduous connection... (1 March 2016)
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  • Mark Duffett: FoE and ACF are not credible sources of information in these matters. Parke would do well to listen to other, better credentialled voices. We are all exposed to radiation every day; the exposure... (1 March 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The member quotes the great Ronald Reagan that with the correct support, 'There are no limits to growth because there are no limits to human intelligence, imagination and wonder'. For real? ... (29 February 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: This seems a fine record of achievements. No tax is good. (1) The abolishing of the disastrous mining tax - it was so disasterous it didn't raise much revenue. (2) The abolishing of the... (27 February 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Finally, a government that sees value in spending on defence. It will generate jobs and innovation in science and technology. It goes to show that throwing money at a problem can fix even a... (26 February 2016)
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  • Neil Aitchison: It is inevitable now that schools will be polarised into "gay schools" and "non-gay schools" as the "gay schools" shout homophobia at anyone who does not want to be a homosexual (it will be a... (25 February 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The politics of envy is often trotted out when the argument is weak. Is that taxable income of $80,000 before or after deductions for an average loss of $10,000 on each property? Is there... (25 February 2016)
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  • Mark Duffett: "Why is it that the nuclear industry looks for these remote high-isolation sites?" Because people like you fearmonger so shamelessly and irresponsibly, Senator Ludlam. And before you ask,... (25 February 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The PM says that house prices will fall if Labor's policy on negative gearing is implemented even with grandfathering on existing properties. Investors will be reduced by one third. Hence... (25 February 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: While the question about the CGT and foreign investors was frivolous, the PM's answer on class war, negative gearing and political courage was just as frivolous. Wasting question time like... (24 February 2016)
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  • Glenn Kerswell: Can I just say about government spending . When government gives money to people to fund things like solar power which has a used by date of about ten years and pink batts or simply to stimulate... (24 February 2016)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: The lesson has been delivered. (23 February 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Tax concessions are really spending in disguise. Someone has to pay for tax cuts/concessions. Surely, all taxpayers are making the sacrifice by paying for this tax concession. How much does it... (23 February 2016)
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  • Andrew JACKSON: Tibor is partly right. Keynesian economics supports deficits in times of crisis. Problem we face at the moment is that both ALP and LNP governments are running deficits all of time. THe Libs... (22 February 2016)
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  • Andrew JACKSON: We need laws that will result in all levels of Supply chain serving jail terms for bringing products into Australia that do not comply with Australian Standards. As a minimum a Director of a... (22 February 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: If Paul Keating agrees with the Coalition then he must be right. Don't governments spend in bad times to provide fiscal stimulus to a sluggish economy and go into deficit? Don't governments... (18 February 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Name-calling is usually a sign of a weak argument. It isn't racist to worry about jobs for your own citizens. It is always right to question what politicians are doing who constantly tell us... (18 February 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Right for whom? What is the function of the tax system if not to tax and spend on national infrastructure, social programs, health and education for the common wealth? Surely, the tax system... (18 February 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The Minister says "I have had a positive response from insurers to my request to start considering a lower request of premium increase, and we are working well with those insurers. We are also... (13 February 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: CORRECTION: I unfairly asked how were the people on low incomes affected? I should have stated that the CPI indexation would have left everyone's premiums at 2014 levels thanks to Labor.... (11 February 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Yes, Mr. Nikolic some of us have a long memory. I still remember long ago when private health insurance premiums were going up because not enough people used private health. The Health spokesman... (11 February 2016)
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