Let the Policies do the talking

It seems that taking some time away from the media spotlight has done Julia Gillard some good, with her popularity increasing in the recent Newspoll, gaining a big five-point swing to Labor. This puts the Gillard government in a somewhat comfortable position in comparison to previous Newspolls, which haven’t been so kind. Current stats prove … Continue reading

Islamic Protests: spitting in the face of Australian multiculturalism

I’m writing this entry today out of pure fury. We value multiculturalism in this country. Our constitution prohibits our government from any interference with the freedom of religion. We value freedom of expression. But when chants such as “Obama, Obama, we love Osama”, and signs projecting discriminatory thoughts such as— “behead anyone against Islam”, fill … Continue reading

Sitting on the Green Fence

Let’s be frank. Many Gen Y’ers reading this have the guilty conscience of throwing away a perfectly good vote come election time to the Greens. Now, there is nothing wrong with voting for the Greens, if you’re voting for a reason, however many of us are guilty of voting for the Greens because the thought … Continue reading