TMR has written extensively about Perth Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi’s grubby conduct.
Today, the WA State Administrative Tribunal (Tribunal) has finally found Scaffidi guilty of 45 serious breaches of the Local Government Act 1995 (WA). A full copy of the decision can be found here.
The sheer brazenness of Scaffidi’s conduct in this matter has been utterly disgraceful.
Continue reading “Scaffidi Guilty”
Do yourself a favour and watch this. If you don’t crack a smile or your heart doesn’t warm just a little bit, then I give up:
In June 2016, the WA liquor licensing authority’s Peter Minchin delivered this horribly conceived and pathetic decision on Aldi’s liquor licence application for its Harrisdale store.
Continue reading “Aldi Stares Down Social Justice Brigade”
Andrew Bolt wonders why everyone seems so blase about North Korea threatening Australia with a nuclear strike:
So why relatively little media concern? Why no breakout stories on how to save ourselves? What to do if the air raid sirens sound?
Continue reading “Un Isn’t Going to Nuke Australia… or Anyone Else For That Matter”
This is Bill Shorten attempting to skol a beer the other day. I say ‘attempting’, because in my books it can’t possibly count as a skol if you take more than 10 seconds and if Bob Hawke can do three in the meantime:
Continue reading “Beer Politics”
Sinclair Davidson brings our attention to these deeply troubling statements from our supposedly conservative, center-right treasurer:
Continue reading “Does This Look Like a Government That Had ALL it Could Eat?”
While everyone in the mainstream media was falling over themselves to congratulate WA Labor on its landslide election victory, TMR noticed that things weren’t quite going to plan in the upper house:
The media’s ‘analysis’ of WA Labor’s victory in the WA election seems to be missing something critical: the upper house results.
For anyone who has passed year 3 maths, it’s obvious that WA voters weren’t quite prepared to wholeheartedly trust Mark McGowan and WA Labor just yet.
While Labor will have a 2 to 1 majority in the lower house, they won’t have anything resembling this in the upper house (a likely 15 seats out of 36).
In fact, the upper house looks like it will cause quite a few headaches for McGowan…
The final result now confirms what TMR saw coming a mile away:
Continue reading “How’s That Landslide Going?”
Only the politically inept would:
- privately tell the Chinese that they’ll ratify the extradition treaty we have with them;
- have four (i.e. the number of death in Chinese numerology) government ministers (including the Prime Minister) publicly declare that the treaty is good for Australia and ought to be ratified ASAP; and
- back down within 24 hours when it becomes apparent that NOBODY will support ratification of the treaty – and cause the Chinese to lose more face than they otherwise would.
Yep, real smart.
Continue reading “Ah Turnbull, You’ve Done it Again”
Given the rarity of cyclones these days, a Category 4 system was all it took for Climate Church Junior Wizard, Adam Bandt, to come rushing out with this hyperbolic untruth:
“Building a new coal fired power station now is like knowing cigarettes cause cancer but starting your kids on a pack a day, or knowing asbestos kills but building your family home with it anyway,” Mr. Bandt said.
“If Malcolm Turnbull uses scarce public money to build a new coal-fired power station he’ll have blood on his hands. The more coal we burn, the more intense extreme weather events like Cyclone Debbie will be. People will suffer.”
(PS: here’s The Sydney Morning Herald refusing to include the ‘blood on his hands bit’. And they wonder why we don’t trust them anymore?!).
(PPS: Dear SMH, I’ve taken a screen shot of your article with a word search showing zero hits for the word ‘blood’ – so please resist any urge you may have to engage in some funny stuff and say that it was all my imagination).
Continue reading “Extreme Cyclone Carbon Theory Refuses to Die”