Labor’s negative gearing hoax

10 Jan

It is disingenuous for Labor to claim that its negative gearing policy would have a negligible impact on the housing market. Isn’t it the purpose of policy to have an impact? In reality, Labor’s proposal to restrict negative gearing to … Read More »

What is a housing bubble?

10 Jan

Written by Douglas Ross in Buying on January 2, 2018 Share Tweet Pin A housing bubble is just one example of the various kinds of economic bubbles that can occur in the market. The basic definition of a bubble is … Read More »

BILL SHORTEN’S CRIME GANG

8 Jan

EYEING UP FRAUD AND THEFT ON THE $59 BILLION ANNUAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE The take-over of Australia’s capital, Canberra, by Bill Shorten’s Crime Gang seems to be complete with known fraudster and thief Andrew Landeryou now spruiking himself as a “Labor … Read More »

The breakdown of law and order.

6 Jan

is being aided and abetted by the very people we have given the responsibility for law enforcement and the administration of justice i.e. the apprehending, prosecuting & punishing of law-breakers. We, the public, are being disrespected and defrauded with our … Read More »