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Michael Danby

The Strangest of Bedfellows: Michael Kroger and the Greens Party

Tuesday, 12 January 2016 08:30

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I, like Michael Kroger, have spent over 40 years manning polling booths, organising party meetings, encouraging people to attend fundraisers and more. I would have thought that in that time, Mr Kroger, who is a conservative’s conservative, would have the wisdom to know that to do an opportunistic deal with the Greens political party will backfire. Surely Liberal voters who are diametrically opposed to the Greens on all matters political, socio-economic and, above all, national security, would not approve.

 

The pressure is on

Wednesday, 02 December 2015 05:53

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The pressure is on Mal Brough, Malcolm Turnbull’s mistaken choice of Special Minister of State, and so it should be. Not only is Brough alleged to have breached the Crimes Act, by procuring official documents without authorisation, but he now appears to have misled Parliament.

The Waffler from Wentworth

Tuesday, 10 November 2015 09:13

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As the smoke clears, the dust settles and the bodies of the fallen are stretchered to the government backbench or sent to the embassy in Washington DC, it becomes increasingly clear that our new unelected Prime Minister, the 'Waffler from Wentworth', is all talk and no action.

Marriage equality: Malcolm Turnbull, New Show Bag, Same Contents

Thursday, 05 November 2015 02:59

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Mean Port Melbourne landlords who won’t allow a local gay couple to hang a gay pride flag outside their property are narrow minded. But the bigger issue of the difference between the two sides of national politics on this issue have, unfortunately, become clearer with the elevation of a new Prime Minister.

Foreign Minister's Iran Kowtow

Monday, 19 October 2015 02:32

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This is Michael Danby's speech that calls on the Foreign Minister to support a parliamentary debate during the current sitting on the Australian Government’s strategy in response to the crisis in Syria and Iraq.