December 7, 2012
Gillard stands by surplus promise. Leave a comment
September 12, 2012
Because Austerity has been such a raging success everywhere it’s been tried, Queensland has a go too. 2 comments
March 23, 2012
Australian Federal Treasurer quiz Leave a comment
March 16, 2012
Peter Costello, the best treasurer ever? Only if you don’t look closely. Leave a comment
March 9, 2012
Joe Hockey graduated from the Mitch McConnell school of economic theory One comment
March 6, 2012
A rising tide lifts three boats Leave a comment
October 27, 2011
Coalition MP might cross the floor to support mining tax Leave a comment
October 14, 2011
The accumulated lies of the anti-carbon tax lobby Leave a comment
October 1, 2011
“Another reason to shop online I s’pose” One comment
September 7, 2011
Daily fear monger debunking. Leave a comment
September 5, 2011
Right-wing shills: Mining tax will stop mining – Miners: About that… Leave a comment
The only trickle down from the mining boom is warm and yellow Leave a comment
August 11, 2011
Greens, Indies support leaving budget in deficit a bit longer, now that the global economy is starting to look shit(tier) Leave a comment
August 3, 2011
Terry McCrann admits that he was wrong at least once. No word on when he’ll admit to being wrong all those other times. Leave a comment
July 22, 2011
Malcolm Turnbull : The sane man’s Opposition Leader Leave a comment
July 19, 2011
The failure of Reaganomics Leave a comment
July 7, 2011
Greens “wacky” new policy? Bank account portability. The horror! Leave a comment
July 1, 2011
For all the miners’ rhetoric about how the wider economy needs the industry to be rolling in profits, the boom is doing fuck all for the wider economy Leave a comment
June 16, 2011
RBA head: suck it up, retailers Leave a comment
June 3, 2011
ANZ boss attacks negative gearing Leave a comment
May 25, 2011
Karl Bitar – Loathsome man, or most loathsome man? Leave a comment
May 19, 2011
Actual headline – Labor: taxing the rich or screwing students and the unemployed? Leave a comment
April 28, 2011
O’Farrell’s auditor didn’t find the budget black hole O’Farrell said there was. Whoops. Leave a comment
April 27, 2011
Labor takes a closer look at trust tax loophole Leave a comment
On peak oil: social and economic change isn’t just about CO2 Leave a comment
April 13, 2011
Feds pledge “millions will be better off” under carbon tax Leave a comment
April 12, 2011
Deutsche Bank: Carbon tax not scary, Europe’s industry still going strong Leave a comment
April 8, 2011
Turnbull offers brand spanking new idea that’s never been thought of before (so long as you ignore it being longstanding Greens policy, which this article certainly did) Leave a comment
Pension increase planned to compensate for carbon tax Leave a comment
April 6, 2011
Uh-oh… Looks like someone’s looking at the facts instead of just demagoguing The Greens. Leave a comment
March 30, 2011
Big supermarkets under scrutiny, amid calls for them to be broken up Leave a comment
March 16, 2011
S&P: Retail super funds are shit Leave a comment
March 8, 2011
Feds commit to not throwing out the Medibank Private revenue stream for a quick buck Leave a comment
March 4, 2011
Flood levy gets go-ahead from Xenophon, on condition of states being forced to get insurance (just like homeowners. Shocking) Leave a comment
February 28, 2011
Carbon price a boon for jobs Leave a comment
February 24, 2011
WA Lib calls for a mining tax (though, different to the current proposition) Leave a comment
February 17, 2011
Greens won’t let mining super profits tax rest Leave a comment
February 4, 2011
The Work Choices 2.0 branch of the Liberal party breaks cover again Leave a comment
February 3, 2011
Gillard: Levy won’t be increased to deal with Yasi recovery Leave a comment
February 2, 2011
High speed rail gets a closer look Leave a comment
February 1, 2011
Speculation galore about supermarket ulterior motives in milk war Leave a comment
January 28, 2011
Gillard: Levy and budget cuts to take pressure of interest rates Leave a comment
Independents want long term disaster relief fund, not one-off levy Leave a comment
January 21, 2011
ATM fees get some long overdue scrutiny Leave a comment
January 19, 2011
Government determined to get the budget back to surplus on time, despite floods One comment
January 5, 2011
While Libs whine about bludgers, the OECD’s calling bullshit on our unemployment benefit Leave a comment
January 4, 2011
Labor and Coalition plans on tax and benefits reform would make things worse for the poor Leave a comment
December 23, 2010
Greens to use control of senate to pursue their policies (commie bastards!) Leave a comment
Teddy Swan tired of speaking softly Leave a comment
December 15, 2010
More support for bank super profits tax than mining, but both still majority Leave a comment
December 10, 2010
Labor on course for even more free trade Leave a comment
December 2, 2010
Economy slowing Leave a comment
November 16, 2010
Unemployment benefits even worse than pension Leave a comment
November 15, 2010
OECD recommends GST hike Leave a comment
November 9, 2010
Banks apparently surprised about public anger. It’s not like they’re making a cash grab on the back of record profi… oh, right. Leave a comment
CBA Boss: Some foreclosures, a necessary sacrifice Leave a comment
Industry: why should we pay people more for working on Christmas? That cost us money, dammit! Leave a comment
November 8, 2010
Banks set to dump mortgage exit fees, in attempt to dodge even bigger smackdown from government Leave a comment
November 5, 2010
Strong dollar weakens budget Leave a comment
ACCC powers to tackle banks could extend to supermarkets and servos Leave a comment
Big banks dodge existing taxes, cry poor when a banking super profits tax is proposed Leave a comment
November 4, 2010
Banks’ costs are going up, be nice to them! (And ignore the multi-billion dollar profits) Leave a comment
November 3, 2010
Banks’ rates grab to trigger crackdown Leave a comment
October 22, 2010
Liberals split over just how much of a hardon they have for the free market Leave a comment
October 20, 2010
We’re all worse off if the rich get richer while the poor get poorer Leave a comment
October 18, 2010
Which is why Bartlett desperately wants to stop any attempt to redistribute some of that wealth Leave a comment
October 7, 2010
You know those banks with more than healthy profits? Yeah, they’re still trying to find an excuse to jack up prices Leave a comment
October 6, 2010
Income inequality continues to rise Leave a comment
October 1, 2010
Big banks: Our booming profits aren’t enough, we’re really strapped for cash. How about paying more interest? Leave a comment
Easing house prices take pressure off  rates. Maybe. Leave a comment
September 30, 2010
IMF (that bastion of socialism *cough*) backs mining tax Leave a comment
September 23, 2010
Long term unemployment falling Leave a comment
September 20, 2010
Aus business: free trade deal not worth the bother Leave a comment
September 17, 2010
Coalition increasingly isolated as industry push for carbon tax Leave a comment
Attempts to move population to the regions doomed to fail Leave a comment
September 15, 2010
‘Regional Australia not that hard done by’ Leave a comment
Mining boss wants Coalition to negotiate on mining tax Leave a comment
September 14, 2010
Housing reform overdue Leave a comment
September 13, 2010
Quit complaining, Gillard better for economy than Abbott Leave a comment
Wilkie threatens to block mining tax if it’s not redrawn and expanded Leave a comment
September 9, 2010
Calls for GST to be examined at tax summit Leave a comment
Miners’ ‘mining tax doom’ scare at odds with highest expansion spending in years. Could it be they were lying through their teeth and just wanted more money? Leave a comment
September 8, 2010
Gillard gets an economic dream run as Day 1 present Leave a comment
Henry free-for-all on the table Leave a comment
September 3, 2010
“Please, don’t throw us in the briar patch and have more spotlight given to our policies. That’s the last thing we’d ever want.” 3 comments
September 2, 2010
Coalition costings have a $10b hole in them, which doesn’t bode well for the Indies’ support Leave a comment
But Tony swears he’ll still deliver surplus Leave a comment
August 17, 2010
Desperate need for election promises to be costed properly Leave a comment
August 10, 2010
He’s also embraced the Henry Tax Review (except for the mining tax part) Leave a comment
August 9, 2010
Yeah? Well, this Nobel laureate thinks you’re a moron for that (and other things, too) 2 comments
August 6, 2010
Garnaut: Julia, Tony, you both suck. Leave a comment
August 5, 2010
If you believe the Coalition’s debt bogeyman, you’re an idiot Leave a comment
August 4, 2010
Abbott offers “faith-based economics policy”, seems to have already given up on his real action contract Leave a comment
August 3, 2010
Labor to take get extra funds from Medibank Private. Hockey doesn’t understand the RBA. Leave a comment
Abbott pushes paid parental leave scheme back Leave a comment
Labor says it’s “too hard” for Abbott Leave a comment
August 2, 2010
Why’s the Coalition criticising Gillard for being fiscally conservative on pension? Oh, right, it’s their job to complain Leave a comment
See, Tony’s not racist! He only hates the poor foreigners One comment
July 30, 2010
Joe Hockey. Talking about the economy. This will be way more entertaining that Gillard v Abbott. Leave a comment
July 29, 2010
Coalition’s “bad with economy” line takes a hit, as rates on hold (also, who called it? Yeah.) Leave a comment