#AusPol #BillShorten #Election2019 #ShiftTheWindow Let’s have a look at a recently leaked communique from the US Consul in Melbourne about Bill Shorten and then examine some of his recent election blunders with that context. References https://wikileaks.org/plusd/cables/09MELBOURNE69_a.html
AusPOL #Recession #Australia I discuss five way’s people can prepare for the impending recession in Australia, with a bonus sixth way tacked onto the end of my video. Difficult times are not insurmountable and can be character building.
#AusPol #Recession #Election2019 Bill Shorten is making promises to casual workers to provide them with a smoother pathway to permanent positions. Sounds great but might end up hurting more than helping. I would prefer more support for small businesses or addressing the issues of labour-hire companies. Where people employed are de-facto employees of a third […]
£AusPol #Recession #Election2019 Australia’s inflation rate was 0 for the last quarter and our GDP growth was only 0.2% and is trending down. It looks like Australia is heading for a recession, so why isn’t this the biggest issue of the election? Why are we worried about electric cars and political gender quotas? Will this […]
#Unions #PrivateHomes #SiteInspections Legislation in Western Australia might give unions access to private homes. Once again legislation will hurt those at the bottom of our economy. References https://www.soundtelegraph.com.au/?politics%2Fstate-politics%2Fwa-industrial-laws-could-give-union-officials-right-to-enter-private-homes-ng-b881165962z&fbclid=IwAR02RmWZN08B8EZoDBOzdfj0zMvY6gaW1qSR2gDhe5ZZUdZB2i68W4T1moY
#AusPol #Election2019 #ShiftTheWindow Today on Minor Matters we look at the the Liberal’s election advertisement.
#AusPol #Election2019 #ShiftTheWindow Let’s look at Labor’s first advertisement for the 2019th Australian Federal Election. Nice to see a positive message as a start for this election. But are their promises too good to be true? References Australian Labor Party https://www.youtube.com/user/australianlabor