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Should the Senate listen to The Australian on economics?

On Friday the 11th of July 2014, The Australian published, "Educating crossbench in conventional economics" , about the importance of our Government living within its means and keeping debt under control. Whether PUP, Labor & the Greens are concerned about any of...

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Judith Sloan trips on negative gearing

Judith Sloan trips on negative gearing

A response to Judith Sloan supporting negative gearing in, “Doomsayers ignore the facts when picking targets.” Imagine you are the new CEO of a successful Australian media organisation that is merely a subsidiary of a larger international parent. New to your role, you...

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Leith Van Onselen vs Alan Kohler: Land tax

Leith Van Onselen vs Alan Kohler: Land tax

Commentating on a commentator who is commentating on a commentator who is commentating on rumors that a deficit levy may be introduced in the upcoming budget, where those same rumors include the fact that the Greens & Labor are likely to block any such change may seem a little pointless, but since I can smell a land tax argument coming, let’s have a peek.

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Bob Officer loses his grip on negative gearing

Bob Officer loses his grip on negative gearing

The Australian Financial Review (aka the AFR) raised the negative gearing issue on 24 February 2014, when they published an opinion piece by Bob Officer titled, "Removing negative gearing would be a mistake", link here. Bob Officer is professor emeritus, University of...

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policy manifesto

  1. Index ministers wage to a fixed multiple of full-time earnings (private sector earnings)
  2. Abolish negative gearing and the capital gains tax discount
  3. Home ownership target of 60% (i.e. 6 out of 10 households have paid off their mortgage)
  4. Reform fractional reserve banking
  5. Only Australians shall own Australian land and houses
  6. Zero population growth
  7. Legalise cannabis for recreational use
  8. Aim for 100% sustainable energy
  9. Maintain minimum level of production in Australia in the event of supply chain disruption (eg Covid-19 & PPE )
  10. Productivity per capita per hour in top three in the world

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