Barnett Removes Another Knife From His Back

John Poynton has decided to ramp up his interference in Western Australian politics. This time, he has played a significant role in commissioning a private electoral poll in order to put pressure on Colin Barnett’s leadership.

As always, significant facts have been withheld from the public.

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Turnbull’s Thought Bubbles

Malcolm Turnbull now has quite a number of thought bubbles that are going – or have gone – nowhere. A running list is clearly needed:

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Will Hillary Make it?

At first glance, the above image appears to be little more than the usual ‘out of context’ shot designed to make to Hillary Clinton look mentally challenged. Goodness knows you can take your pick when it comes to Donald Trump. However, in the case of Clinton, it appears that there is a lot more to it.

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Travelling ‘Smart’ in Germany

Here are some of the things the Australian Smartraveller site has to say about travelling to Germany:

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Rudd’s UN Failure Shows Again That the Delcons Won

Anyone who thinks that the supposedly deluded conservative base of the Liberal Party didn’t win – or achieve exactly what it set out to achieve from the 2016 federal election – needs to look at the Kevin Rudd’s failed UN campaign and think again.

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Labor’s Factional War Continues

Shortly before the 2016 federal election, I suggested that Labor’s left was sabotaging Shorten’s election campaign:

As for Andrews, he and Labor’s socialist left (more relevantly) hardly came down in the last shower. They’ve had Shorten lined up for a while and the CFA matter hasn’t been foolishly timed. It’s been perfectly timed…

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Gratuitous Advertising – Siena House and Andrew Bolt’s Book

Politics and the scourge of the left couldn’t have been further from my mind while exploring Tuscany.

Consequently, the purpose of this post is to recommend the magnificent Siena House, run by Malvin and Amanda Tyler. Located in the heart of Tuscany, this four-room B&B is the perfect hub for exploring the region and is a stone’s throw away from:

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It Still Snows at Lake Como

TMR’s European tour continues at Lake Como.

On being overwhelmed by the incredible scenery, TMR noticed something quite interesting and decided to investigate further.

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TMR on the Road

TMR is on the road in Europe and sends you the heartiest of greetings from its first stop in Munich.

Among many interesting things to note so far are that:

  • smokers and non-smokers seem to have an amazing ability to co-habitate, without one group having to wipe the other from the face of open air public spaces*; and
  • mindless political correctness is definitely not on the menu (see various items in the first section):

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