Dangerous Labor-Green Renewables to blame for everything says LNP

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The LNP is expected to announce today that even though the spate of blackouts and potential power outages across the country over the past few days cannot be attributed to using renewable energy – this doesn’t mean that dangerous Labor-Green backed Renewables are not to blame. When asked for further details about what it was that renewable energy sources were

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One Nation: Australia’s own ‘Alt-Fact’ party?

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It’s no secret that Australian Senator Pauline Hanson’s One Nation party proudly see themselves as the Trumpian party of Australia. Following Trump’s victory in the US presidential elections last November, three of One Nation’s Donald Trump groupies – shown on the right – giggled like school girls outside Parliament House as they popped a bottle of French champagne. To be

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What kind of a President would Donald Trump be? (The top 5 signs your would-be world leader’s narcissism is out of control.)

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With the US Election only days away, the rest of the world watches on as the American public decides who will be the next ‘leader of the free world’ – Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump? Hillary Clinton has been a key player on the world stage for years now, so we have some idea of what she would be like

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Turnbull’s Folly: The Double Dissolution Disaster

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The Senate results are finally in, and one thing’s abundantly clear – Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s decision to take Australia to a double dissolution election instead of just calling a standard election has backfired big time. Roll back the clocks to March this year, and unable to convince the Senate that they should pass his ABCC legislation, Turnbull threatened Senators with a double

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Ever wondered why the Nationals have seven times as many seats as the Greens with less than half the votes? It’s all in the Gerrymander.

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Earlier this week I wrote about inaccuracies in our voting system which are impacting  who wins government. I showed how the LNP have held government far more often than Australia’s voting preferences suggest they should – and how if we had used a more accurate model in the 2016 election, Bill Shorten might be PM now instead of Malcolm Turnbull.

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Would we have an LNP government now if we used the NZ provisional voting system?

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If you look back at the last thirty Australian Federal Elections, the Australian Labor Pary has won the countrywide two-party preferred vote sixteen times, and the Liberal National Party only fourteen times. If our electoral system were accurately translating Australian voters’ wishes into election outcomes – as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said in February that it should – then this would mean that the

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